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Sweating Dysfunction

Hyperhidrosis is a problem in some patients with PD, and when severe, this symptom can be severely disabling. Little is known about the problem due to a paucity of careful studies. A small study (71) demonstrated that PD patients generate more sweat when exposed to heat than control patients and that excessive sweating increases with disease severity. Swinn et al. (72) recruited 77 consecutive PD patients and 40 controls for a study of sweating. The authors designed their own questionnaire to evaluate sweating, which consisted of 41 questions. PD patients were much more likely than controls to report excess sweating, particularly episodes of whole body, drenching sweats (44 of PD patients vs. 10 of controls). Hypohidrosis was also reported, but the frequency in PD patients was not significantly different from controls. PD patients tended to experience sweating episodes when they were off or on with dyskine-sia and 70 of patients who had dyskinesia reported excessive sweating. Sweating...

Pathophysiology Of Cold Injuries

Heat is lost through the following four mechanisms radiation, convection, conduction, and evaporation. Radiation, in which heat is transferred by electromagnetic waves, accounts for almost two-thirds of heat loss in a cold environment. Radiant heat loss can be minimized by wearing appropriate warm clothing and minimizing the body surface area exposed to the cold environment. Conduction refers to the transfer of heat from warmer to cooler objects by direct contact. Heat loss through this mechanism is usually minimal, but it becomes a major source of heat loss in wet clothes or with cold-water immersion. Convection is the loss of heat to surrounding air and water vapor. Heat loss by convection is dependent on a combination of environmental factors, including wind velocity and temperature. The wind chill index, which estimates the equivalent temperature effect on exposed skin, is a combination of the ambient temperature and the wind velocity. It is a more important consideration than the...

Significance to humans

Overall impact of cubozoans is much greater as stings are not always reported. Carukia barnesi is now recognized as the cause of Irukandji syndrome, which results in severe backache, muscle pains, chest and abdominal pains, headache, localized sweating, and piloerection, as well as nausea and reduced urine output. There is a box jelly antivenom that binds to both C. fleckeri and C. barnesi, and vinegar can inhibit unfired nematocysts from firing (although it stimulates nematocyst firing with other cnidarians).

Functions of the Adrenal Medulla

Produces an effect similar to continuous sympathetic nerve stimulation. The symptoms of this condition are hypertension, elevated metabolism, hyperglycemia and sugar in the urine, nervousness, digestive problems, and sweating. It does not take long for the body to become totally fatigued under these conditions, making the patient susceptible to other diseases.

The Russell Silver Syndrome

Russell-Silver Syndrome (RSS) is characterized by pre- and postnatal growth retardation and a disproportionately large head, due to a broad and prominent forehead that contrasts with a small, narrow lower portion of the face, giving a triangular appearance. Delayed closure of the anterior fontanelle is characteristic, as are downturned corners of the mouth hemi-hypotrophy of the face, trunk, and limbs clinodactyly brachymesophalangy of the fifth fingers partial cutaneous syndactyly of the second and third toes areas of hypo- or hyperpigmentation of the skin diminished subcutaneous tissue delayed bone maturation and excessive sweating of the forehead (Taussig et al., 1973 Kotzot et al., 1995). Other features may include anteverted nostrils, low set ears, webbing of the neck, dislocation of elbows with difficult supination, single palmar creases, hyperextensibility of joints, shortening of upper limbs, cubitus valgus, slight ptosis, high-pitched squeaky voice, neonatal edema of...

Jugular foramen syndrome

Primary lesions of the jugular foramen include glomus jugulare tumors, schwannomas, and meningiomas. Metastatic lesions to the jugular foramen are more common than primary neoplasms (36,38-42). Glomus jugulare tumors are the most common primary neoplasms of the jugular foramen. These are vascular tumors arising from neuroectodermally derived paraganglia present at the jugular fossa, the inferior tympanic canaliculus, the promontory, and within the vagus nerve. Paraganglia are very similar histologically and embryologically to the adrenal medulla. They, along with their derivative glomus tumors (jugulare and tympanicum), are typically supplied by the inferior tympanic branch of the ascending pharyngeal artery (43) however, the blood supply to glomus tumors may be very extensive, originating from the external carotid, the internal carotid, and the vertebral arteries (44). These tumors are more common in females (6 1 female-to-male ratio) and usually present in middle age. Functional...

Autonomic Disturbance

Although not commonly reported, autonomic dysfunction (other than disturbances of bowel and bladder) may be noted. Abnormal sweating has been described, and some patients have coldness or discoloration of the legs or feet (168,169a,169b). Autonomous respiration, a syndrome in which the patient loses voluntary control of breathing, has been described (170). Respiratory failure may rarely occur as a result of bilateral diaphragmatic paralysis with or even without significant quadri-paresis (170-172).

Vasomotor Symptoms

Presently, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) indicates use of MHT for moderate (with sweating) to severe (limits activities) hot flashes with a frequency of 80 to 100 per week. The FDA recommends use of the smallest dose MHT to alleviate symptoms for the shortest amount of time possible. Prior to 2002, the oral dose of conjugated equine estrogen (CEE) recommended to protect from heart disease and osteoporosis and to alleviate all symptoms was 0.625 mg daily. There was aggressive marketing to women's health professionals that this or an equivalent dose in another preparation was the standard of care to control symptoms. The side effects usually encountered at this dose included breast tenderness and breakthrough bleeding. In the recent past there has been development of lower dose products that are half to one-quarter the CEE 0.625 mg dose in patch and oral

Measurement Issues Specific to Medical Populations

Psychiatric disorders may be confounded with medical illness, such as fatigue, changes in sleep and appetite, agitation and or tremors, sweating, gastrointestinal symptoms, and neuropsy-chological changes (Koenig et al, 1997 Mohr et al, 1997). Thus, assessments of psychiatric disorders in populations or samples with medical illnesses may produce false positives, both on symptoms and diagnoses, and may result in elevated levels of symptom severity.

Copulatory behavior in men and women

Stages Coital

Orgasm in women is sometimes considered to be less known than ejaculation orgasm in men. There may be many obscure reasons for this and at least one reason of some conviction female orgasm is not as apparent as the male orgasm. This, together with the fact that female orgasm is not a requisite for fertilization, made it a rather uninteresting topic for centuries. We shall not forget, though, that in the times of Saint Augustine it was believed that the experience of orgasm was necessary for both the copulating man and woman for the act to be fertile. Since non-fertile copulation was a sin, we may conclude that sex without orgasm was sinful. This notion of Saint Augustine was lost sometime during the Dark Ages and for centuries European men did not pay much attention to orgasm in women. Whether women did or did not was of little or no concern. Nevertheless, female orgasm has been the subject of a respectable amount of research during most of the 20th century. In addition, and as is the...

Maternal UPD7 Cases in the Russel Silver Syndrome

Individuals with RSS show intrauterine and postnatal growth retardation plus some of the following signs prominent forehead (with late closure of anterior fontanelle), triangular face, downturned corners of the mouth, faciotruncular and limb asymmetry, 5th finger brachymesophalangy and clinodactyly, cutaneous syndactyly of toes 2 and 3, areas of hypo- and hyperpigmentation of the skin, genital hypoplasia in males, decreased subcutaneous tissue, delayed bone age, and excessive sweating. Intelligence is usually within the normal range. In three of the 25 RSS individuals, maternal UPD7 was documented using polymorphic markers. Two had apparently complete isodisomy for several maternally derived markers, and one had heterodisomy at 15 maternal loci. All three children displayed the full spectrum of the RSS. In one out of ten individuals with the diagnosis of PGR, maternal UPD7 (isodisomy) was detected using informative microsatellite markers. On reexamination, this patient had a broad...

Other Nineteenth Century Contributions

In the midst of winter (everyone on my service will substantiate this), you can see the parkinsonian patients with no blankets covering them and with only the lightest of clothes on . . . they feel hot especially around the epigastrium and back, although the face and extremities can also be the focus of their discomfort. When this heated sensation occurs, it is often accompanied by such severe sweating that the sheets and pajamas may need changing. I assure you that regardless of how hot these patients feel or how much they shake, their temperature remains normal (18).


Heat exhaustion is a condition of both salt and water depletion that usually strikes people in a hot environment who are without adequate water repletion. Salt losses are expected with heavy sweating and hypotonic replacement. This condition is sometimes difficult to diagnose, as it presents with myriad nonspecific symptoms, including headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, diaphoresis, weakness, irritability, and muscle cramps. The rectal temperature will be less than 40 C, and mental status should be normal. This is important in distinguishing this state from that of heat stroke, which will usually have a temperature above 40 C (unless treated prior to arrival) and mental status changes. Dry, hot skin sweating in exertional heat stroke

Hypothalamic Control

As noted, afferent axons from the aortic and carotid baro-receptors principally travel to the medullary cardiovascular centers, with neural pathways continuing onward to the hypothalamus (6). It should be noted that temperature regulation of the body is also centered within the hypothalamus. Thus, during exposure to cold, the hypothalamus initiates appropriate auto-nomic responses to maintain body temperature, like vasoconstriction and shivering. The contraction of the peripheral vasculature motivates a redistribution of blood flow to vital organs like the heart and brain to maintain their suitable function (2). The shiver reflex induced by the hypothalamus increases heat production, which in turn causes additional adjustments in blood flow and cardiac activity. The opposite outcome occurs during exposure to high degrees of heat, such that sweating is initiated via postganglionic sympathetic neurons, and vasodila-tion of the vasculature supplying the skin is amplified.


When recorded, the raw EEG signal is virtually always contaminated by various sources of noise and artifacts. In general, biological and non-biological artifacts can be differentiated (see pp. 107-121 in Fisch, 1999 for illustrations of the most common artifacts). The former mainly derive from subjects' movements, muscle activities, blinks, eye movements, heartbeat, and sweating. As will be discussed later, concurrent recording of the electrocardiogram (ECG), electrooculogram (EOG), and electromyogram (EMG) can be very important for a proper detection and removal of these artifacts. Nonbiological artifacts primarily derive from interferences from power lines (50 60 Hz), additional electrical noise, poor subject grounding, and poor electrode contact. One common source of 50 60 Hz noise stems from fluorescent lights. Use of notch filters (50 60 Hz), proper subject grounding, and shielding of the recording system can greatly diminish the influence of nonbiological artifacts. Proper...

Irritant Gases

Oxides of nitrogen, like nitrogen dioxide, commonly produce a triphasic illness pattern. Initial presentation may be that of cough, wheeze, dyspnea, central chest pain, fever, sweating, and weakness. Physical examination may reveal wheezes and crackles, and the patient may be hypotensive and cyanotic. The patient's x-ray may be normal or may show pulmonary edema. This phase of the illness will resolve and the

Skin Color

Remarks For documentation of skin color, a color photograph is useful. The color of tooth enamel, nails, iris, body, and scalp hair, as well as skin, should be recorded. The skin around the nipple, especially after pregnancy, may be darker due to hormonal influences. Genital skin and areas of apocrine sweating are usually darker. Pigment changes can occur in specific diseases, such as Addison disease (a bronze skin color) or albinism (where the skin and hair pigment may be reduced or absent).

Spinal injuries

Spinal shock is the term used to describe the early phase lasting several weeks after injury muscles are flaccid and there is also paralysis of the bladder and intestinal tract. As spinal shock wears off, distal spinal cord function returns but is shut off from the brain. Spinal cord reflexes return, the major one being the mass reflex, that is limbs reflexively withdraw on stimulation, the rectum and bladder evacuate and there is profuse sweating.

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