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

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

acrohyperhidrosis (s) (noun) (no pl)
Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) of the hands and feet: The young man, Mr. Simmons, suffered from an immoderate amount of perspiration on his digital extremities, so he asked his doctor who told him that it was a condition of acrohyperhidrosis.
1. Absence of sweat.
2. Not sweating.
3. The deficiency or absence of perspiration.

For some people, the inability to sweat may seem a blessing; but it is not, since to sweat makes it possible for us to stay cooler. Anhidrosis creates a dangerous inability to tolerate heat.

anhidrosis, anidrosis (s) (noun); anhidroses, anidroses (pl)
1.The deficiency or absence of perspiration or sweating: Grady appeared to have a condition of anhidrosis because he was not sweating even on very hot and humid days.

Dr. Clay told Doyle that it was not a healthy condition to suffer from anhidroses because his skin needed to sweat in order for his body to be healthy.

2. Absence of sweating in horses, a condition more noticeable in hot climates; affected animals develop severe dyspnea (bad breathing) and cannot work: The farmer was concerned because his horses appeared to be ill so Conrad called the veterinarian who told him that they were suffering with anhidrosis.
3. Absence or deficiency of sweating; in humans this is usually due to the absence or paralysis of the sweat glands or to some kind of obstruction of the sweat ducts: When a person experiences anhidrosis, it can be a dangerous health concern.

For some people, having anhidroses may seem to be a blessing; but it isn't, because to sweat makes it possible for us to stay cooler. Anhidrosis creates a dangerous inability for people to tolerate heat.

1. An agent that reduces, prevents, or stops sweating.
2. Denoting a reduction or absence of sweat glands, characteristic of congenital ectodermal defect and anhidrotic ectodermal dysplasia.
antihidrotic, anhidrotic
1. Acting to reduce or to prevent sweating; antiperspirant.
2. An agent having an inhibitory action upon the secretion of sweat.
bromhidrosis, bromidrosis
1. Sweat that is fetid or offensive due to bacterial decomposition. It occurs mostly on the feet, in the groin, and under the arms.
2. Also called kakidrosis, cacidrosis, fetid sweat, fetid perspiration, osmidrosis, ozochrotia.

Bromhidrosis, or body odor, is caused by bacteria growing on the body. These bacteria multiply considerably in the presence of sweat, but sweat itself is almost totally odorless. Body odor is associated with the hair, feet, crotch (upper medial thigh), anus, skin in general, breasts, armpits, genitals, and pubic hair.

Profuse bromhidrosis. Also known as, bromohyperidrosis.
cacidrosis, kakidrosis (s) (noun), cacidroses, kakidroses (pl)
Sweat that is fetid, foul smelling, and offensive as a result of bacterial decomposition which occurs mostly on the feet, in the groin, and under the arms: Despite washing his feet regularly and using a special foot powder, Huck continued to have cacidrosis and was afraid to take off his shoes in the presence of other people because his feet had a terrible odor.
chromhidrosis, chromidrosis
1. The production of colored sweat.
2. Sweat that has a color.
The excretion of sweat with a blue tint.
Blue sweat.
1. Any disturbance in sweat production or excretion.
2. A recurrent vesicular eruption on the skin of the hands and feet marked by intense itching.
dyshidrosis, dysidrosis (s); dyshidroses, dysidroses (pl)
1. A disorder of the sweating apparatus.
2. Any disturbance in sweat production or sweat excretion.
3. A disease of the sweat-glands, in which the sweat is retained (instead of perspiring) and produces swellings.
Profuse perspiration.
hemathidrosis, haemathidrosis; hematidrosis, haematidrosis
A very rare disorder in which the patient sweats blood and/or blood pigments.