hidero-, hider-, hidro-, hidr-, -hidrosis, -hidrotic +

(Greek: sweat, sweating, perspire, perspiration; sweat gland)

hemihidrosis, hemidrosis
Sweating confined to one side of the body.
hemihyperhidrosis, hemidiaphoresis, hyperhidrosis unilateralis
Excessive sweating on one side of the body.
hidradenitis, hidroadenitis, hydradenitis (s) (noun); hidradenitides; hidroadenitides; hydradenitides (pl)
Inflammation of the sweat glands: Meg's skin hurt her and her dermatologist noticed that the glands responsible for persperation were infected and termed her condition as being a case of hidradenitis .
Resembling sweat glands.
hidroa (s) (noun) (no pl)
Any skin condition occurring with associated abnormal sweating: Valerie's dermatologist explained to her that she had a case of hidroa indicated by little skin blisters that could have been caused by an excess of perspiration.
1. A cystic form of sweat gland adenoma (adenoma, sweat gland).
2. A benign cystic tumor of the sweat glands.

It is produced by the cystic proliferation of apocrine secretory glands. It is not uncommon, occurring in adult life in no particular age group, with males and females equally affected. The commonest site is around the eye, particularly lateral to the outer canthus. It is cured by surgical removal.

Pertaining, or referring, to sweating or to a sweat gland.
Divination with water, tides, and ebbs.
hidropathy (s) (noun), hidropathies (pl)
A reference to any disorder or ailment of sweating: In the textbook Jack was reading, it said that hidropathy related to some illnesses of persperation.
hidroplankton (s) (noun), hidroplankton (pl)
Small life forms that achieve buoyancy by means of surface secretions: There wasn't much information about hidroplankton in Jane's science book, only that its floatability was possible because of surface emissions.
The formation of sweat or perspiration.
Pertaining to, characterized by, or promoting hidropoiesis (causing sweat).
hidrorrhea, hidrorrhoea (British)
Excessive flow of sweat (perspiration).
The suppression of sweating.
Excessive sweating.