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Introduction Anhidrosis is a serious condition of horses characterized by decreased or absent ability to produce sweat in response to increased body temperature. 1 This condition is reported primarily in hot and humid climates, although it

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Anhidrosis in horses is a condition characterized by a persistent reduction or lack of sweat output. 1–5 Onset of anhidrosis can be sudden, usually following a period of profuse sweating, 6 or gradual with a sweat response slowly decreasing over

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.4%) foals had partial FTPI and 1 (0.4%) had FTPI. Nine of the foals with FTPI or partial FTPI had suckled mares producing colostrum with a cRI ≥ 20%, and 2 had been treated with stored colostrum. See page 1085 An epidemiologic study of anhidrosis

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subnormal sweat production in vitro. 17–21 Although iatrogenic causes of anhidrosis or hypohidrosis have not been investigated, naturally occurring anhidrosis (an idiopathic syndrome of reduced sweat production) causes clinically relevant exercise

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Database Syst Rev 2004;CD001169. References 1 Meranda C Di Virgilio M Selleri S , et al . Novel pathogenic mechanism of congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis genetic disorders unveiled by functional analysis of

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-induced anhidrosis in foals”; Dr. Thibaud Kuca, food animal, Auburn University, for “Chronic (vagal) indigestion in adult dairy cattle: A retrospective study of 52 cases (2004–2013)”; Dr. Melanie Hezzell, cardiology, University of Pennsylvania, for “Pre

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