diaphoresis

Profuse perspiration.
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Diaphoresis

Sweating.
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Diaphoresis

Increased perspiration.
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Diaphoresis

Di`a·pho·re'sis noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., from ... to carry through, to throw off by perspiration; dia` through + ... to carry.] (Medicine) Perspiration, or an increase of perspiration.
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diaphoresis

Perspiration, especially profuse perspiration. ... Synonym: sudoresis. ... Origin: Gr. Diaphoresis ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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diaphoresis

(di″ә-fә-re´sis) sweating, especially of a profuse type.
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Diaphoresis

• (n.) Perspiration, or an increase of perspiration.
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diaphoresis

(Gr. diaphorsis) perspiration, especially profuse perspiration. Called also sudoresis.
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diaphoresis

diaphoresis 1. Sweating, especially sweating induced for medical reasons. 2. Perspiration, especially when copious and medically induced.
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diaphoresis

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī′ă-fō-rē′sis Synonyms: perspiration1
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Diaphoresis

``` Diaphoresis is the state of perspiring profusely; a diaphoretic is something that has the power to cause increased perspiration. Diaphoresis is the medical term for profuse sweating or perspiring. It is performed by the skin`s sweat glands as they release a salty fluid and aid in fever management. Sweating is an essential function that hel...
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diaphoresis

sweating
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Diaphoresis

Diaphoresis can come from pain, lack of oxygen or sugar in the bloodstream, or from fear.
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Diaphoresis

Diaphoresis can come from pain, lack of oxygen or sugar in the bloodstream, or from fear.
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diaphoresis

artificially induced sweat
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