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Bromhidrosis - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 24 July 2022

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Impact of Apocrine Gland Residue on Bromhidrosis Clinical Efficacy: A Self-controlled Case Series Study.

Bromhidrosis surgical therapy in clinical practice is a fruitful surgical procedure with unobtrusive postoperative scar and a discreet sweat gland excision. However, a small amount of apocrine sweat gland residues is unavoidable intraoperative concern, as it reduces of the vascular network created by extensive excision of the apocrine sweat glands. Following apocrine sweat gland excision, this study investigated the histopathology of preexcision and postexcision specimens from bromhidrosis patients in order to see a correlation between residual apocrine sweat glands and clinical effectiveness. The entire axillary skin was excised before and immediately after an acute sweat gland extraction, and skin tissue hemotoxylin-and-eosin staining was done to determine and compare the remnants apocrine sweat glands. Conclusions Apocrine sweat gland excision with a small amount of apocrine sweat gland remnant can still result in a favorable medical result and high patient satisfaction with bromhidrosis.

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