Introduction To Pathologically Increased Sweating

apocrine glands are grouped in front of the armpits, areolae, genitals and the anus, slightly modified apocrine glands found in the external ear canal. Apocrine glands are activated at puberty. They have an oily, viscous secretions and are thought to play a role in the transmission of sexual olfactory messages. The most common diseases of the apocrine glands are the bromhidrosis and hidradenitis suppurativa (hidradenitis suppurativa).

There are two types of sweat glands: eccrine and apocrine. apocrine glands are grouped in front of the armpits, areolae, genitals and the anus, slightly modified apocrine glands found in the external ear canal. Apocrine glands are activated at puberty. They have an oily, viscous secretions and are thought to play a role in the transmission of sexual olfactory messages. The most common diseases of the apocrine glands are the bromhidrosis and hidradenitis suppurativa (hidradenitis suppurativa). Eccrine glands are sympathetic innervation, are distributed all over the body and from birth active. Their secretion is aqueous and is used to cool the body in a warm environment and physical activity. Diseases of the eccrine glands are hyperhidrosis, Hypohidrosis and miliaria.

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