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 excessive sweating commonly associated with shock and other medical emergency conditions. Diaphoretic is the state of perspiring profusely, or 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.
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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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