Elevated prostaglandin levels in affected individuals with cytokine-mediated tissue remodelling and vascular stimulation may underlie PHO and associated features as hyperhidrosis
Primary hypertrophic osteoarthropathy with digital clubbing and palmoplantar hyperhidrosis caused by 15‐PGHD/ HPGD loss‐of‐function mutations First published: 23 March 2011
Hyperhidrosis (92%), arthralgia (65%) and eczema (33%) were variably associated features.
[…] in children; Topical therapies; Iontophoresis; Botox for axillary hyperhidrosis; Botox for palmar/plantar hyperhidrosis; Botox for other hyperhidrosis; Systemic therapies
The Minor starch-iodine test can be used to confirm hyperhidrosis .
Minor's iodine starch test demonstrated a localized hyperhidrosis on the periorbital area over the right zygomatic arch [Figure 1].
[…] the insidious nature of the disease, is generally based on symptoms of excess growth hormone, such as acral enlargement, soft-tissue swelling, arthralgia, jaw prognathism, hyperhidrosis
[…] enlarged facies, lips, tongue, nose, jaw, hands, feet, supraorbital ridge and frontal bones, widely spaced teeth, bone proliferation in extremities, soft tissue thickening, hyperhidrosis
We also collected the clinical symptoms of acromegaly: acral enlargement; headache or visual field defects; facial changes; widely spaced teeth; diabetes; hyperhidrosis; arthralgia
GeneCards Suite gene sharing: Human phenotypes related to Pheochromocytoma--Islet Cell Tumor Syndrome: 31 (show all 13) # Description HPO Frequency HPO Source Accession 1 hyperhidrosis
[…] norepinephrine 0003345 Episodic hypertension Intermittent high blood pressure 0000875 Hypercalcemia High blood calcium levels Increased calcium in blood [ more ] 0003072 Hyperhidrosis
Lawrence, Axillary hyperhidrosis: eccrine or apocrine?, Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, 28, 1, (2-7), (2003).
Early symptoms of HS include pruritus, erythema, and local hyperhidrosis.
The apocrine glands in axillary hyperhidrosis are significantly larger than those in axillary hidradenitis and in normal controls.
All patients presented distinct extraneurological symptoms, such as hypersalivation, hyperhidrosis, nasal congestion, sleep disturbances and hypoglycaemia.
[…] instability 0000712 Feeding difficulties in infancy 0008872 Gastroesophageal reflux Acid reflux Acid reflux disease Heartburn [ more ] 0002020 Global developmental delay 0001263 Hyperhidrosis
Keratoderma is most often complicated by hyperhidrosis, secondary bacterial and fungal infections, and is associated with foul smell.
Abstract Meleda disease (mal de Meleda) MIM *248300 is an autosomal recessive disorder, clinically characterised by transgressive palmoplantar keratoderma, hyperhidrosis and
Hyperhidrosis with maceration is feature of MDM and is often accompanied by malodour.
[…] loss resting tachycardia or impaired heart rate variation abnormal GI motility erectile dysfunction and lack of ejaculation anhidrosis, heat intolerance, dry skin, focal hyperhidrosis
[…] hearing, crackles and tinnitus); pain in the neck (occipital/paracervical and shoulder region), low back pain or precordial pain; weakness, fatigue, lethargy; palpitations and hyperhidrosis
[…] individuals included large prominent ear pinnae, tooth enamel hypoplasia, hypoplastic nails, bilateral partial cutaneous syndactyly, hypotrichosis, palmoplantar keratoderma and hyperhidrosis
الصفحة 151 - Follicular keratosis and verrucous lesions on the extensor surfaces of the arms and legs and on the buttocks (36%) (Figures 11.5 and 11.6) • Palmopiantar hyperhidrosis
However, such a reorganisation of sweat gland innervation could not explain the excessive hyperhidrosis occurring during autonomic crises.
Episodic hypertension alternating with hypotension, hyperhidrosis, cyclic vomiting, and skin blotching are common.
This might also explain excessive episodic hyperhidrosis in situations with increased central sympathetic outflow.
Hyperhidrosis Profuse sweating, Excessive sweating, Sweating, Increased sweating, Sweating profusely, Diaphoresis [more] Abnormal excessive perspiration (sweating) despite
Alacrima, hypostomia, and erectile dysfunction were also noted together with regional hyperhidrosis.
Erectile dysfunction and regional hyperhidrosis were also noted. His walking had deteriorated and had limited mobility with one stick.
Botulinum toxin A may be an effective augmentation treatment option for severe axillary hyperhidrosis in patients with SAD.
While there are numerous manifestations of social anxiety, including performance anxiety, fear of public speaking, selective mutism, erythrophobia (fear of blushing), hyperhidrosis
This began as a treatment for excessive sweating (Hyperhidrosis) and surgeons then found that blushing was reduced too after this intervention.
Skin infections Candida albicans Tinea infections Erythrasma Folliculitis, furunculosis Altered collagen structure and function Impaired wound healing Sweating Hyperhidrosis
Dermatological causes: primary, idiopathic hyperhidrosis Psychoautonomic causes: physical and emotional stress (e.g., hypoglycemia, agitation, anxiety ) Endocrinological
Beta-blockers : The indications include tachycardia and supraventricular arrhythmias, eyelid retraction, tremor, and hyperhidrosis.
[…] hormone Beta blockers : if severely symptomatic Cholestyramine : binds to T 3 and T 4 in the intestine and interrupts the enterohepatic circulation Differential diagnosis of hyperhidrosis
Severe primary IGF-1 deficiency Growth hormone deficiency Turner syndrome Neurosciences Blepharospasm Cervical dystonia Cerebral palsy Equinus deformity Hemifacial spasm Hyperhidrosis
[…] germ-cell or seminoma: May be occult Breast: Occasional CSF: Abnormal MRI: Temporal lobe ± Hypothalamic change Morvan's fibrillary chorea : Thymoma Clinical Neuromyotonia Hyperhidrosis
[…] germ-cell or seminoma: May be occult Breast: Occasional CSF: Abnormal MRI: Temporal lobe ± Hypothalamic change Morvan's fibrillary chorea: Thymoma Clinical Neuromyotonia Hyperhidrosis
Evidence of neuronal hyperexcitability (hyperhidrosis, quantitative heat-pain hyperalgesia, or electromyographic excitability) was 25-fold more common in pain patients.
Palpitations 3 2272 Risk Ratio (M‐H, Fixed, 95% CI) 3.02 [1.97, 4.63] 8.6 Increased heart rate/tachycardia 3 2272 Risk Ratio (M‐H, Fixed, 95% CI) 5.42 [2.87, 10.25] 8.7 Hyperhidrosis
[…] reduction, improvements in PGIC and FIQ 60 mg/day; start 30 mg/day for 1 week then increase to 60 mg/day Nausea, dry mouth, somnolence, constipation, decreased appetite, hyperhidrosis
[…] formation and for deep vein thrombosis Cutaneous signs of homocystinuria include: Hypopigmentation due to inhibition of tyrosinase Fair and thin hair Thin, translucent skin Hyperhidrosis
[…] syndrome (treatment with propranolol slows progression of aortic dilation and its complications) Prevention of variceal bleeding in portal hypertension Possible mitigation of hyperhidrosis
Labor, DR, Mohr, JP, Nichols, FT, Tatemichi, TK Unilateral hyperhidrosis after cerebral infarction.
Autonomic disturbances were present in all patients, consisting of hyperhidrosis or tachycardia.
Tachycardia resolved within 2 to 3 weeks after admission; however, hyperhidrosis persisted throughout the period of observation.
Night sweats Other names Sleep sweats, nocturnal hyperhidrosis Specialty Infectious disease, oncology Night sweats is the occurrence of excessive sweating during sleep.
[…] epilepsy  and stupor lactic acidosis  memory impairment,  amnesia,  depression,  psychosis   hypothermia,    polyneuropathy,  hyperhidrosis
[…] due to chronic stimulation of sympathetic receptors in adipocytes, hepatocytes and various tissues • Hyperglycemia due to inhibition of insulin secretion by the pancreas • Hyperhidrosis
Additional clinical findings were onset in the neonatal period or early infancy, which included generalized muscle weakness, hyperhidrosis, high-arched palate, protruded calcanei
Flexion contracture Flexed joint that cannot be straightened 0001371 Follicular hyperkeratosis 0007502 High palate Elevated palate Increased palatal height [ more ] 0000218 Hyperhidrosis
Cardiomyopathy Apnea Abnormality of the cerebral white matter Cough Ventricular hypertrophy Hypoventilation Malignant hyperthermia Thoracolumbar scoliosis Nonprogressive Hyperhidrosis
[…] includes a. spontaneous muscular activity resulting from repetitive motor unit action potentials of peripheral origin (multiplets), b. autonomic dysregulation with profuse hyperhidrosis
[…] needles" Sensory (Small Fiber) Sensory loss to pain and temperature "Burning" "Stabbing" Autonomic Postural hypotension Anhidrosis Impotence Bowel or bladder disturbance Hyperhidrosis
[…] dysfunction constipation the slow movement of food through your stomach (gastroparesis) In some cases, you may need more invasive treatment, such as botulinum toxin injections for hyperhidrosis
This is most often secondary to anhidrosis in the limbs and thorax and reflects compensatory hyperhidrosis in the restricted areas that maintain normal sweating.
A 71-year-old woman previously diagnosed with reactive hypoglycemia was transferred to our emergency unit because of loss of consciousness. Her plasma glucose level was 27 mg/dL, and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) revealed postprandial asymptomatic hypoglycemia. A hypervascular tumor was identified via[…]
In the United States, 36% of the population are clinically obese as of 2010. Obesity remains to be a looming major health crisis internationally where its prevalence rate is increasing rapidly especially in the first world countries worldwide. Obesity is technically defined as having a BMI of more than 30. BMI is an index[…]
The concept of "structural plasticity" has emerged as a potential mechanism in neurodegenerative and psychiatric diseases such as drug abuse, depression, and dementia. Chronic alcoholism is a progressive neurodegenerative disease while the person continues to abuse alcohol, though clinical and imaging studies show[…]
Gout is a common form of inflammatory arthritis that causes sudden, severe pain, swelling and tendernes. Patients present with one or more erythematous, swollen and painful joints with restricted movement. The big toe is frequently involved (podagra). Other commonly involved joints include the instep, ankle, knee[…]