sudor-, sudo-, sudori-, suda- sud-

(Greek > Latin: sweat, sweating; perspire, perspiring, perspiration)

sudor sanguinosus
The appearance of blood or blood products in sweat gland secretions; hemathidrosis.
sudor urinosus
The excretion of urea or uric acid in the sweat; uridrosis, urhidrosis.
Pertaining to, caused by, or marked by sweat; as, "sudoral eruptions".
1. Profuse sweating.
2. Pertaining to, characterized by, or promoting sweating.
3. An agent that promotes sweating.
sudoria (pl), sudorium (s)
Places that specialize in providing conditions for sweating.
sudoriceratosis, sudorikeratosis
Keratosis of the sudoriferous ducts.

Keratosis is a skin lesion that is abnormally sensitive to the effects of ultraviolet light (sunlight).

sudoriferous, sudoriparous
1. Producing, or secreting, sweat.
2. Sudoriferous glands, small convoluted tubular glands which are situated in the subcutaneous tissues and discharge by minute orifices in the surface of the skin; the sweat glands.
3. The superficial portion of the sweat gland that passes through the corium and epidermis, opening on the surface by the porus sudoriferus or sweat pore.
Causing sweat or an agent that produces sweat; such as, sudorific herbs or sudorific medicine.
Sweat, perspiration.
Producing, or secreting, sweat.
sudoriparous abscess
An abscess due to inflammation of obstructed sweat glands.
1. An instrument used for the detection of sweating.
2. An instrument utilized for measuring the amount of perspiration.
Consisting of sweat; sweaty.
Excessive sweating or perspiring; hyperhidrosis.
transude, transudatory
1. To pass, as perspirable matter does, through the pores or interstices of textures; as, liquor may transude through leather or wood.
2. To pass through a membrane or permeable substance.