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WHAT DOES SUDORIPAROUS MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Sweat glands, are small tubular structures of the skin that produce sweat. There are two main types of sweat glands: ▪ Eccrine sweat glands are distributed almost all over the body, though their density varies from region to region. Humans utilize eccrine sweat glands as a primary form of cooling. ▪ Apocrine sweat glands are larger, have a different secretion mechanism, and are mostly limited to the axilla and perianal areas in humans. Although apocrine glands contribute little to cooling in humans, they are the only effective sweat glands in hoofed animals such as the camel, donkey, horse, and cattle. Domestic animals have apocrine glands at the base of each hair follicle but eccrine glands only in foot pads and snout. Their apocrine glands, like those in humans, produce an odorless oily milky secretion evolved not to evaporate and cool but rather coat and stick to hair so odor-causing bacteria can grow on it. Eccrine glands on their foot pads, like those on palms and soles of humans, did not evolve to cool either but rather increase friction and enhance grip.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SUDORIPAROUS» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUDORIPAROUS»
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A Manual of human microscopic anatomy
A. OF THE SUDORIPAROUS GLANDS. § 67. The Sudoriparous Glands are
simple glands, consisting of a delicate, more or less convolute tube, which
secrete the sweat. They occur over the whole extent of the skin, with the
exception of the ...
Albert Kölliker, 1860
Manual of Human Microscopical Anatomy
All the coils of the sudoriparous glands are penetrated by connective tissue,
interspersed with fat-cells, which supports the vessels and unites the separate
convolutions of the tubes with one another ; some of them have an external
Albert Kölliker, Jacob Mendes Da Costa, 1854
Symptoms and Signs in Pediatric Surgery
Occurrence, Pathoanatomy Inflammatory disorders of the chest wall concern the
soft tissues, ribs, and the axillary lymph nodes and sudoriparous glands of the
axilla of which the latter are most frequently involved. Secondary infections of the
Georges L. Kaiser, 2012
A Manuel of Pathological Anatomy in four volumes.VOL.III
Anomalies and diseases of the sudoriparous and sebaceous Glands. a. In
several of the exantheinatous processes the sudoriparous glands and their ducts
are unquestionably subject to frequent and various diseases, both primary and ...
Carl Rokitansky,M.D., 1801
Journal of Cutaneous Diseases Including Syphilis
The tumors consist of fasciculi of smooth muscular fibres; vascular loops of such
dense plexusesas to simulate erectile tumors; large ramifying nervous branches;
sudoriparous and sebaceous glands. In Besnier's case, fat-lobules were ...
Color Atlas of Neurology
Thermoreceptors are also present in the hypothalamus itself. The hypothalamus
makes extensive connections with other regions of the brain. Its major efferent
pathways relating to thermoregulation (vasomotor and sudoriparous pathways) ...
Reinhard Rohkamm, 2011
Differential Diagnosis for the Dermatologist
J Am Acad • Dermatol 54(5 Suppl):248–249 Eccrine Angiomatous Hamartoma (
Sudoriparous Angioma) Hamartoma of both eccrine and endothelial derivation
that usually arises in childhood and is characterized by a bluish or violaceous ...
Scott Jackson, Lee T. Nesbitt, 2012
Manual of human embryology
The development of the sudoriparous glands begins on the finger tips (Blaschko,
1888), the palms of the hands, and soles of the feet (Grefberg, 1883) in the fourth
month; according to Kolliker (1889) in the fifth month. It follows immediately ...
The London Medical Record
With regard to the influence of jaborandi and atropine on the sudoral secretion, it
is known that jaborandi induces a considerable diaphoresis in man. The
secretory work of the sudoriparous glands is therefore increased during a varying
Ernest Abraham Hart, 1875
The pruritus and irritation of the skin are best subdued by the sulphuret of potash
or hydrocyanic lotion. The oxide of silver stuin is immoveable by any known
agent. diseases of the sudoriparous glands. The sudoriparous glands have been
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SUDORIPAROUS»
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Siblings named Pearland ISD Spelling Bee co-champions
... dictionary study teammates -- breezed through words such as “ossifrage,” “cosmotellurian,” “sudoriparous” and “pembina” to win the co-championship. «Your Houston News, Feb 14»
Pearland siblings top spellers in district
The siblings - dictionary study teammates - breezed through words such as "ossifrage," "cosmotellurian," "sudoriparous" and "pembina" to win the ... «Houston Chronicle, Feb 14»
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