- The development of congenital anhidrosis is associated with hypoplasia or aplasia of Triamcinolone acetonide. This pathology, in particular, accompanies anhydrotic ectodermal dysplasia.
- Anhidrosis often develops against the background of various skin diseases.
- For example, on the affected areas of the skin with leprosy, ichthyosis, scleroderma and some other diseases, there is a local violation of sweating.
- Diseases such as deep prickly heat (miliaria profunda) or prickly heat can lead to acute generalized anhidrosis.
Often the cause of anhidrosis is damage to the spinal cord, peripheral nerves and certain diseases of the nervous system. In this case, the violation of sweating is due to a violation of the innervation of the sweat glands. With local anhidrosis, the cessation of sweating is observed only in a certain area of aristocort pills skin.
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Addison's disease, cirrhosis of the liver, diabetes mellitus can lead to the development of asthenic anhidrosis. If the drinking regimen is not followed in the heat, sweating decreases. This condition is regarded as physiological anhidrosis. However, at very high ambient temperatures and insufficient fluid intake, a tropical form of anhidrosis occurs. It can also develop when the ducts of the sweat glands become clogged with dust.