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Is Previous Throacic Sympathectomy a Risk Factor for Exertion?

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August 2007: Risk with Exertion for Thoracic Sympathectomy for Hyperhidrosis no-sweat-line

Medical Publication:
Is Previous Throacic Sympathectomy a Risk Factor for Exertion?
Annals of Thoracic Surgery, 84(3): 1025-7, 2007.

Synopsis: A review of experiments involving the depth of cuts during surgery for hyperhidrosis. The hyperhidrosis

Scenario: A physically fit and healthy young man had a heat stroke after running a 10 kilometer race. He had previously received a bilateral thoracic sympathectomy for excessive sweating and was known to have reduced upper body sweating. The authors noted that thoracic sympathectomy can result in reduced sweating (the aim of course), and unfortunately, both altered peripheral vascular and heart rate responses. Quite a risk in surgery for hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).
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Treatment of Palmar Hyperhidrosis: T(4) level compared with T(2) and T(3).

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August 2007: Risk with Exertion for Thoracic Sympathectomy for Hyperhidrosis Medical Publication: Is Previous Throacic Sympathectomy a Risk Factor for Exertion?

Annals of Thoracic Surgery, 84(3): 1025-7, 2007.

Synopsis: A review of experiments involving the depth of cuts during surgery for hyperhidrosis. Synopsis: A review of experiments involving the depth of cuts during surgery for hyperhidrosis. The hyperhidrosis scenario: A physically fit and healthy young man had a heat stroke after running a 10 kilometer race. He had previously received a bilateral thoracic sympathectomy for excessive sweating and was known to have reduced upper body sweating. The authors noted that thoracic sympathectomy can result in reduced sweating (the aim of course), and unfortunately, both altered peripheral vascular and heart rate responses. Quite a risk in surgery for hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).
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Severe Pomphylox Following Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy for Hyperhidrosis

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June 2007: Persistant Blisters After ETS for Hyperhidrosis

Medical Publication: Severe pomphylox following endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy for hyperhidrosis.

Interactions in Cardiovascular Surgery, 3(4):593-5, 2007

Synopsis: Ongoing blisters in two patients who had ETS for their hyperhidrosis. A case report of two persons who unfortunately developed persistent small blisters on the palms as a result of their surgery to cure excessive sweating of the palms (palmar hyperhidrosis). One person's condition was resolved with creams, while the other one was not.
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Repeat Liposuction-Curettage Treatment of Axillary Hyperhidrosis Effectiveness

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May 2007: Liposuction-Curettage Treatment of Axillary Hyperhidrosis

Medical Publication:
Repeat liposuction-curettage treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis effectiveness

Acta Neurol Taiwan 16(1):64-5, 2007

Synopsis: Patients with repeat liposuction-curettage for treatment of their hyperhidrosis of the underarms have a decent success rate, however questions linger...

Patients who previously had undergone liposuction-curettage for treatment of excessive sweating of the underarms, and who were not satisfied with their results, underwent a repeat procedure. The authors relate that 84% of those who underwent the repeat procedure were satisfied with their results in reducing their underarm hyperhidrosis / excessive sweating to an acceptable level.
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