Translation of sweat gland in Spanish:

sweat gland

glándula sudorípara, n.

noun

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    glándula sudorípara feminine
    • Dead skin cells and bacteria block the sweat glands.
    • Every square inch of skin contains thousands of cells and hundreds of sweat glands, oil glands, nerve endings, and blood vessels.
    • Sweat is mostly water with a small percentage of sodium chloride, and it's generated by millions of sweat glands located throughout the body.
    • Together they create a water-resistant barrier that protects the dermis, where the capillaries and sweat glands lie.
    • The palms of your hands and the soles of your feet have more sweat glands than any other part of your body.
    • In the human skin, amyloid is found in close connection with the sweat glands and sebaceous glands, which display a great functional activity (Schilder).
    • Purkinje used his microscope to describe the structure of blood vessels and sweat glands in the skin.
    • No patients exhibited atypical mitotic figures in the cells of the epidermis, hair follicles, sweat glands or surrounding connective tissue.
    • The version used today, designed in the 1920s by Leonarde Keeler, records respiration as well as sweat gland and cardiovascular activity.
    • At the medial angle of the eye a small piece of skin (the caruncula lacrimalis) is located that contains sebaceous and sweat glands.
    • This offers the possibility to apply substances to the skin and study their effects in situ, directly in the sebaceous glands, sweat glands, or hair follicles.
    • Most neurons of the sympathetic nervous system use noradrenaline as a transmitter, but some, such as those that innervate the sweat glands of the footpad, use acetylcholine.
    • According to traditional Chinese medicine, diseases are caused when external coldness or negative energy invade in the body and block sweat glands.
    • Inability to sweat is called anhidrosis and is usually caused by skin diseases that block sweat glands, birth defects in sweat gland, burn injuries and a neurologic condition called Guillian Barre Syndrome.
    • The burn injury destroys surface microbes except for Gram positive organisms located in the depths of the sweat glands or hair follicles.
    • They discovered the SARS virus in lung tissue, but most surprisingly, they were able to find the presence of the virus in sweat glands, intestines and several other organs.
    • Mammals feed their newborn young with milk, a substance rich in fats and protein that is produced by modified sweat glands called mammary glands.
    • The tissues become swollen and thick and push against the hair follicles and sweat glands.
    • The human body contains two types of sweat glands - apocrine and eccrine.
    • Sensors measure the activity of your sweat glands and the amount of perspiration on your skin, alerting you to anxiety.