Sweat-gland in a sentence

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Hebra mentions a young man in whom the blood spurted from the hand in a spiral jet corresponding to the direction of the duct of the sweat-gland.
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According to Osler the tubercula dolorosa or true fascicular neuroma is not always made up of nerve-fibers, but, as shown by Hoggan, may be an adenomatous growth of the sweat-glands.
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According to Thomson there is little doubt that this disease is caused by non-pyogenic bacteria gaining access to the sweat-glands.
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This apparatus consists of two very different parts, which seem at first to have very little connection with each other-the outer skin, with all its hairs, nails, sweat-glands, etc., and the nervous system.
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The skin is a heat regulator, and in this, its most important work, it is aided by the two million or more sweat-glands which are distributed over almost the entire surface of the body.
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The skin and the sweat-glands work together to keep the blood at an even temperature, either by giving off heat or in preventing this process in case the outside air is too cool.
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Those that are stimulated are the entire muscular system, the vasomotor and locomotor systems, the senses of perception, the respiration, the mechanism for erecting the hair, the sweat-glands, the thyroid gland, the adrenal gland (Cannon), and the special senses.
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The increased action of the muscles of the heart and the blood-vessels increases the efficiency of the circulation; the secretion of the adrenal gland causes a rise in the blood-pressure; the increased action of the thyroid gland causes an increased metabolic activity; there is evidence that glycogen is actively called out, this being the most immediately available substance for the production of energy; the increased activity of the respiration is needed to supply the greater need of oxygen and the elimination of the increased amount of waste products; the dilatation of the nostrils affords a freer intake of air; the increased activity of the sweat-glands is needed to regulate the temperature of the body which the increased metabolism causes to rise.
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Examples of Sweat-gland

Example #1
Enchondroma may be composed of osteoid tissue, such as is found in the ossifying callous between the bone and the periosteum, and, according to Virchow, then takes the name of osteochondroma.
Example #2
Wilson refers to five cases of bloody sweat.
Example #3
In the other hand they carry a wet cloth, with which they frequently refresh themselves by wiping the countenance.
Example #4
On the thirteenth day it weighed 1250 grams, and at the end of a week it was taking the breast.
Example #5
When inside, six dozen wooden bottles of the same size and shape as those which ordinarily contain English soda water are carefully stowed away, packed in with him, and the lid slammed down.
Example #6
There is often a longing for a particular kind of food or dish for which no noticeable desire had been displayed before.