Anhidroses

anhidrosis

[an-hi-droh-sis, -hahy-]
noun Medicine/Medical.
the deficiency or absence of perspiration; adiaphoresis.
Also, anhydrosis.


Origin:
< Neo-Latin; see an-1, hidrosis

anhidrotic, anhydrotic [an-hi-drot-ik, -hahy-] , adjective
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anhidrosis or anidrosis (ˌænhɪˈdrəʊsɪs)
 
n
pathol the absence of sweating
 
[from an- + Greek hidrōs sweat + -osis]
 
anidrosis or anidrosis
 
n
 
[from an- + Greek hidrōs sweat + -osis]

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anhidrosis an·hi·dro·sis (ān'hī-drō'sĭs)
n.
Absence of sweating. Also called adiaphoresis, ischidrosis.

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