(a) A normal eccrine unit composed of secretory glands and ducts. Magnification 10× (H&E). (b) Closer view of eccrine glands showing the double layer ...
Cranio‐facial hyperhidrosis. It may be sufficiently profuse to drip off the face and wet the hair.
Ross syndrome. (a) The pupils are tonic, asymmetrical and irregular in outline. (b) Most of the skin is anhidrotic but the remaining areas of enervate...
Identifying the extent of axillary hyperhidrosis – the skin has been cleaned with povidobe iodine solution and then sprinkled with corn starch powder ...
94.6Plantar hyperhidrosis showing maceration of the plantar keratin and secondary pitted keratolysis due to infection with Kytococcus sedentarius .
Miliaria rubra affecting the cheeks of an infant. (Courtesy of Dr Richard Logan, Bridgend, UK.)
Axillary hyperhidrosis: patients often wear white or black garments as the wetness is not as visibly obvious as with coloured clothes.
Circumscribed (naevoid) hyperhidrosis on the wrist. There is a solitary area of hyperhidrosis with normal sweating elsewhere on the rest of the skin.
Normal apocrine glands lined by cells with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm and decapitation secretions. Magnification 40× (H&E). (Courtesy of Dr Arti...