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    Chromhidrosis due to exogenous oxidizing heavy metals: Clinical and laboratory findings.
    Pediatr Dermatol 2018 Apr 10. Epub 2018 Apr 10.
    Division of Endocrinology, Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Uludag University, Gorukle, Bursa, Turkey.
    Background/objectives: Chromhidrosis is a rare condition of which there are only a few case reports in the literature. The aim of this study was to evaluate clinical, laboratory, and possible environmental factors in 13 patients with chromhidrosis to elucidate causative agents.

    Methods: Data were obtained from the medical records of 13 patients with colored sweating between October 2015 and November 2016 (7 infants <1 year of age, 5 adults, 1 adolescent). Read More

    Red Eccrine Chromhidrosis with Review of Literature.
    Indian J Dermatol 2017 Nov-Dec;62(6):675
    Department of Skin and STD, Patna Medical College, Patna, Bihar, India.
    A 22-year-old male presented with reddish discoloration of the vest following perspiration for 6 months. He was a habituated consumer of cranberry juice. The peak absorption on spectrophotometric analysis of the extracted sweat coincided approximately with the peak absorption of diluted distillate of the juice. Read More

    Eccrine Chromhidrosis in an Adolescent with Sickle Cell Disease.
    Pediatr Dermatol 2017 Sep 30;34(5):e273-e274. Epub 2017 Jul 30.
    School of Medicine, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
    Eccrine chromhidrosis can occur secondary to hyperbilirubinemia. We report an adolescent with sickle cell disease who presented with eccrine chromhidrosis on his palmar and plantar surfaces. He had extremely high levels of conjugated bilirubin but no fever. Read More

    Pseudochromhidrosis: report and review of literature.
    Int J Dermatol 2017 May 23;56(5):496-502. Epub 2017 Feb 23.
    Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
    Chromhidrosis is a rare condition where colored sweat comes from the apocrine or eccrine glands. Pseudochromhidrosis is an uncommon condition where colored sweat is related to specific dye-producing bacteria, drugs, dyes, or chemical agents. This article provides a literature review of the various etiology, investigation, treatment, and prognosis. Read More

    Yellow pseudochromhidrosis in a young female.
    Indian Dermatol Online J 2017 Jan-Feb;8(1):42-44
    Department of Skin and VD, Shree Krishna Hospital, Anand, Gujarat, India.
    Chromhidrosis is a rare disorder in which there is pigmentation of sweat in a variety of colors. It can be classified into apocrine, pseudoeccrine, and true eccrine chromhidrosis. Pseudochromhidrosis is a condition in which the excreted sweat is colorless, but later acquires color due to contact with chromogenic chemicals. Read More

    Blue-colored sweating: four infants with apocrine chromhidrosis.
    Turk J Pediatr 2015 May-Jun;57(3):290-3
    Department of Pediatrics, Çukurova University Faculty of Medicine, Adana,Turkey.
    Apocrine chromhidrosis is a very rare, idiopathic disorder of the sweat glands characterized by the secretion of colored sweat. Because hormonal induction increases sweating, the symptoms of apocrine chromhidrosis usually begin after puberty. Although treatment may not be necessary in some cases, capsaicin cream and 20% aluminum chloride hexahydrate solution have been successfully used to treat patients requiring intervention. Read More

    A curious case of blue-green discoloration in a middle-aged indian man: Chromhidrosis.
    Dermatol Online J 2015 Nov 18;21(11). Epub 2015 Nov 18.
    R.G.Kar Medical College, Kolkata.
    Introduction: Chromhidrosis is a rare sweat gland disorder characterized by the excretion of colored sweat. It can be classified as apocrine, true eccrine, and pseudochromhidrosis. Amongst the different types of chromhidrosis, green chromhidrosis is extremely rare. Read More

    Hyperhidrosis, bromhidrosis, and chromhidrosis: Fold (intertriginous) dermatoses.
    Clin Dermatol 2015 Jul-Aug;33(4):483-91. Epub 2015 Apr 8.
    Tokuda Hospital, Sofia, Bulgaria.
    Human sweat glands disorders are common and can have a significant impact on the quality of life and on professional, social, and emotional burdens. It is of paramount importance to diagnose and treat them properly to ensure optimal patient care. Hyperhidrosis is characterized by increased sweat secretion, which can be idiopathic or secondary to other systemic conditions. Read More

    Chromhidrosis--colored sweat in a toddler.
    Indian Pediatr 2015 Apr;52(4):337-8
    Departments of Pediatrics and *Dermatology, Kanchi Kamakoti CHILDS Trust Hospital and The CHILDS Trust Medical Research Foundation, Chennai, India. Correspondence to: Dr S Balasubramanian, Senior Consultant Pediatrician, Kanchi Kamakoti CHILDS Trust Hospital and The CHILDS Trust Medical Research Foundation,12-A, Nageswara Road, Nuangambakkam, Chennai 600 034, Tamil Nadu, India.
    Background: Chromhidrosis means production of coloured sweat.

    Case Characteristics: A toddler who presented with colored sweat was diagnosed to have chromhidrosis based on skin biopsy. No treatment was attempted considering the young age. Read More

    Coloured sweat in two brothers: First report of familial chromhidrosis.
    Australas J Dermatol 2016 Feb 5;57(1):e23-5. Epub 2015 Mar 5.
    Department of Dermatology, St. Mary's Hospital, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Portsmouth, UK.
    The uncommon diagnosis of chromhidrosis is most frequently made in young adults. This sweat gland disease, although benign, may impact significantly on the patient's quality of life. We describe the first report of familial chromhidrosis of pseudo-eccrine type (pseudochromhidrosis) occurring in two brothers aged 9 and 12 years. Read More

    Eccrine chromhidrosis secondary to hyperbilirubinemia.
    Dermatol Online J 2014 Dec 14;21(3). Epub 2014 Dec 14.
    UC San Diego.
    Background: Eccrine chromhidrosis, or colored eccrine sweating, may be caused by contamination of sweat by dyes, pigmentation from microorganisms, or more rarely, hyperbilirubinemia. Pigment usually affects the palms and soles, where abundant sweat glands are found.Purpose, Material and Methods: We report a unique case of eccrine chromhidrosis in the setting of hyperbilirubinemia and review the current literature available on PubMed of previously reported cases. Read More

    A case of generalized red sweating.
    Dermatol Online J 2014 Dec 14;21(3). Epub 2014 Dec 14.
    University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Department of Dermatology, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
    We report a case of a 70-year-old man with a 5-year history of red pigmented sweating on the axillae, groin, forearms, trunk, and and peri-nuchal sites. No identifiable cause of the pigmented sweat was identified. Biopsy revealed lipofuscin pigment leading to the diagnosis of idiopathic chromhidrosis. Read More

    Pigmented eyelid cysts revisited: apocrine retention cyst chromhidrosis.
    Am J Dermatopathol 2014 Apr;36(4):318-26
    *Division of Dermatology and Dermatopathology, Department of Pathology, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY; and †Department of Ophthalmology, Albany Medical College, Lion's Eye Institute, Albany, NY.
    A minority of eyelid hidrocystomas are pigmented containing brown-black contents. Chromhidrosis describes the excretion of colored secretions composed of lipofuscin pigments in apocrine gland-rich anatomic locations. The objective of this study is to evaluate the clinicopathologic features of pigmented eyelid cysts. Read More

    Chromhidrosis: a rare diagnosis requiring clinicopathologic correlation.
    Am J Dermatopathol 2014 Oct;36(10):853-5
    *Department of Dermatology, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA; †Department of Dermatology, Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Healthcare System, Palo Alto, CA; and ‡Department of Pathology, Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Healthcare System, Palo Alto, CA.
    Chromhidrosis is a rare idiopathic disorder characterized by colored secretions most typically from the malar cheeks, axilla, or areolar regions. Histologically, chromhidrosis is notable for glandular structures with decapitation secretion indicating ectopic apocrine glands in the dermis, and the presence of lipofuscin pigments under ultraviolet fluorescence and in cytology smears. This case report describes a 26-year-old man who presented with a 2- to 3-year history of black-colored secretions on the bilateral malar cheeks, present on exertion or with squeezing of the cheeks. Read More

    Facial and axillary apocrine chromhidrosis.
    Dermatol Online J 2012 Mar 15;18(3):13. Epub 2012 Mar 15.
    Department of Dermatology, Hospital Universitario de Móstoles, Madrid, Spain.
    Apocrine chromhidrosis is a rare, chronic, idiopathic disorder, characterized by the excretion of pigmented sweat. A 26-year-old woman presented with a 3-year history of dark blue secretions on bilateral malar cheeks. On examination, upon pressure on the cheeks, a dark blue fluid was expressed, which appeared to arise primarily from the follicle. Read More

    Axillary chromhidrosis: report of a case, review of the literature and treatment considerations.
    J Cosmet Dermatol 2010 Dec;9(4):318-20
    Chromhidrosis is a rare but troubling syndrome whose cardinal feature is the appearance of colored sweat. In some instances, this may be associated with the use of drugs or ingested materials [Dermatology vol. 199 (1999) 149-52] but in others it is idiopathic. Read More

    Atypical chromhidrosis: a case report of orange sweat.
    Cutis 2008 Feb;81(2):167-70
    Family Medicine Residency, Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, California 94534, USA.
    Chromhidrosis is a rare sweat gland disorder that produces pigmented sweat. The etiology of this disorder often is unknown and the clinical presentation can vary. We describe a previously asymptomatic patient who presented with bronzing of the skin and complained of orange stains on her clothing. Read More

    Bilateral facial pigmentation.
    Dermatol Online J 2007 Jul 13;13(3):16. Epub 2007 Jul 13.
    Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA, USA.
    A 38-year-old man presented with a chief complaint of blue-speckled secretions on his cheeks, brought on by exertion. Based on the clinical features, a diagnosis of apocrine chromhidrosis was made. Histopathologic exam further supported this diagnosis. Read More

    Botulinum toxin a in the treatment of chromhidrosis.
    Dermatol Surg 2005 Aug;31(8 Pt 1):963-5
    School of Medicine, University of Sheffield, UK.
    Background: Chromhidrosis is an uncommon disorder characterized by secretion of colored sweat by apocrine glands, typically localized to the face or axilla. The current treatments available for chromhidrosis are time consuming and frequently ineffective.

    Objective: Our purpose is to demonstrate a novel approach to the treatment of apocrine chromhidrosis. Read More

    Isolated areolar apocrine chromhidrosis.
    Pediatrics 2005 Feb 3;115(2):e239-41. Epub 2005 Jan 3.
    University of Kentucky, Department of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine and Young Parents Program, Lexington, Kentucky, USA.
    A case of isolated areolar apocrine chromhidrosis in an 11-year-old female is presented. This is the youngest case cited in Medline. The goal of this review is to increase awareness of apocrine chromhidrosis among primary care providers and to discuss treatment. Read More

    Treatment of facial chromhidrosis with botulinum toxin type A.
    J Am Acad Dermatol 2005 Jan;52(1):89-91
    University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco, USA.
    Background: Hyperhidrosis is an idiopathic condition of exaggerated sweat production by the eccrine glands that affects approximately 1% of the population. There are many viable therapeutic options and the use of botulinum toxin has become an important treatment option and received FDA approval for this disorder in July 2004. The other forms of aberrant sweating; bromhidrosis (malodorous) and chromhidrosis (pigmented) are much rarer and more recalcitrant to treatment. Read More

    Bilateral facial apocrine chromhidrosis.
    J Drugs Dermatol 2004 Mar-Apr;3(2):184-6
    Division of Dermatology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
    A young woman presented to the office with a history of bluish discoloration involving the superior malar region bilaterally. When the bluish discoloration became darker, she would press on her cheeks resulting in excretion of "black sweat" that temporarily lightened her skin color. Examination revealed ill-defined slightly swollen soft plaques involving both superior cheeks. Read More

    Red facial pseudochromhidrosis.
    Br J Dermatol 2000 Jun;142(6):1219-20
    Department of Dermatology & Venereology, Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32, Chandigarh 160 047, India.
    We describe a 9-year-old girl with pseudochromhidrosis simulating apocrine chromhidrosis. Treatment with topical and systemic erythromycin resulted in complete clearance of the reddish discoloration of the face. No relapse or recurrence was observed over a 3-month period. Read More

    The case of the red lingerie - chromhidrosis revisited.
    Dermatology 1999 ;199(2):149-52
    Department of Dermatology, Tygerberg Hospital and University of Stellenbosch, Tygerberg, Republic of South Africa.
    Chromhidrosis or the production of coloured sweat is a rare clinical finding. A 26-year-old female presented with marked pink staining of her uniform and lingerie. Extractions of clothing, skin surface samples, eccrine sebum, urine and a fast food product were spectrophotometrically analysed to identify the pink staining pigment. Read More

    Apocrine chromhidrosis involving the areolae in a 15-year-old amateur figure skater.
    Pediatr Dermatol 1995 Mar;12(1):48-50
    Department of Dermatology, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, OH 44195-5032, USA.
    Apocrine chromhidrosis is a rare disease frequently localized to the face or axillae, and rarely has been reported to occur around the breasts. We report a 15-year-old amateur figure skater who displayed localized chromhidrosis around her areolae. The most common precipitating event was exercise. Read More

    Treatment of apocrine chromhidrosis with topical capsaicin.
    J Am Acad Dermatol 1989 Aug;21(2 Pt 2):418-20
    Division of Dermatology, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania State University, Hershey 17033.
    A 30-year-old white woman with facial apocrine chromhidrosis was treated successfully with topical capsaicin once or twice daily. Paired comparison of treated versus untreated sides and active drug-treated versus vehicle-treated sides showed suppression of the chromhidrosis only when capsaicin was used. After treatment was discontinued, the chromhidrosis returned within 2 days. Read More

    [Apocrine chromhidrosis].
    Hautarzt 1989 Feb;40(2):106-9
    Dermatologische Abteilung, Krankenhaus der Stadt Wien-Lainz.
    Apocrine chromhidrosis is an extremely rare and impressive skin disorder. Primarily after emotional stress patients complain of coloured sweat secretion (black, green, blue or yellow). The deposition of lipofuscin in the apocrine glands may be the cause of this disease, the different colours of sweat being due to various oxidation stages of lipofuscin. Read More

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