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“…Some forms of localized hyperhidrosis manifest solely on one side of the body and are called “unilateral localized hyperhidrosis”. These cases may have underlying tumors including bronchogenic carcinomas, mesotheliomas or neurological disorders such as cerebral infarction, spinal cord injuries and compression of a nerve root due to spinal tumors, dysfunction of autonomic nerve system 3–8,13–15 . However, this disorder occasionally occurs in healthy people with no reason; thus, these cases are called “idiopathic unilateral localized hyperhidrosis”.…”
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“…Some forms of localized hyperhidrosis manifest solely on one side of the body and are called “unilateral localized hyperhidrosis”. These cases may have underlying tumors including bronchogenic carcinomas, mesotheliomas or neurological disorders such as cerebral infarction, spinal cord injuries and compression of a nerve root due to spinal tumors, dysfunction of autonomic nerve system 3–8,13–15 . However, this disorder occasionally occurs in healthy people with no reason; thus, these cases are called “idiopathic unilateral localized hyperhidrosis”.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Intrathoracic tumors, especially mesotheliomas involving the sympathetic trunk or postganglionic sympathetic fibers, can also cause ipsilateral paroxysmal hyperhidrosis or multisegmental hyperhidrosis along particular dermatomes 14 . Similarly, neurological sequelae developed after herpes zoster infection may be a plausible putative mechanism for dermatomal hyperhidrosis 15 . However, both past medical history of the patient and serological test for VZV immunoglobulin G were negative.…”
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