Axillary Hyperhidrosis

  • E. Hasche


Patients with excessive axillary sweating often suffer inordinately. Conservative therapy usually does not bring them sufficient long-term relief, so a surgical procedure is recommended as a promising alternative therapy. This requires complete removal, or as complete as possible, of the sweat glands involved.


Sweat Gland Marked Area Eccrine Sweat Gland Gland Area Axillary Hair 
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