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Figure 94.1
(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 ...
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Figure 94.5
Cranio‐facial hyperhidrosis. It may be sufficiently profuse to drip off the face and wet the hair.
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Figure 94.9
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...
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Figure 94.2
Identifying the extent of axillary hyperhidrosis – the skin has been cleaned with povidobe iodine solution and then sprinkled with corn starch powder ...
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Figure 94.6
94.6Plantar hyperhidrosis showing maceration of the plantar keratin and secondary pitted keratolysis due to infection with Kytococcus sedentarius .
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Figure 94.10
Miliaria rubra affecting the cheeks of an infant. (Courtesy of Dr Richard Logan, Bridgend, UK.)
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Figure 94.3
 Axillary hyperhidrosis: patients often wear white or black garments as the wetness is not as visibly obvious as with coloured clothes.
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Figure 94.7
Circumscribed (naevoid) hyperhidrosis on the wrist. There is a solitary area of hyperhidrosis with normal sweating elsewhere on the rest of the skin.
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Figure 94.11
Normal apocrine glands lined by cells with abundant eosinophilic cytoplasm and decapitation secretions. Magnification 40× (H&E). (Courtesy of Dr Arti...
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Figure 94.4
Palmar hyperhidrosis.
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Figure 94.8
Granulosis rubra nasi in young adult female showing localised hyperhidrosis with beads of sweat on nose and philtrum together with multiple vesicles a...
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Figure 94.12
Axillary apocrine miliaria (Fox–Fordyce disease).