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sudamen su·da·men (sōō-dā'mən)
n. pl. su·dam·i·na (-dām'ə-nə)
A small vesicle caused by retention of fluid in a sweat follicle or in the epidermis.

su·dam'i·nal (-dām'ə-nəl) adj.
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