injury to the sweat glands
genetic predisposition for excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)
d. What are the most common causes of hyperhidrosis?
e. How is excessive perspiration treated?
f. What is a clinical example of hyperhidrosis that does not respond to treatment?
2. Hyponatremia is defined as an abnormally low level of sodium in the blood, which can lead to fluid retention, muscle weakness, confusion, and coma. Define hyponatremia-related signs and symptoms: fatigue; lethargy; headache; nausea or vomiting; mydriasis (pupil dilation); seizures; mental status changes such as delirium tremens or dementia pugilistica with cerebellar syndrome associated with boxers who have had severe brain damage from blows to the head caused by repeated blows to their heads or concussions sustained during boxing matches that may cause permanent injury including amnesia and cerebral edema leading to death if left untreated because atropine cannot reverse these effects without treating for its toxic effects on the central nervous system (CNS). A new name has been given this condition called “concussion” syndrome after it was found that many former professional boxers were having multiple bouts of amnesia following bouts due mainly to chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), which develops years after repetitive head trauma causing memory loss eventually resulting in dementia pugilistica/