Idiopathic localized crossed (left side of the upper part of the body, right side of the lower part of the body) hyperhidrosis: successful treatment of facial area with botulinum a toxin injection.

@article{anli2004IdiopathicLC,
  title={Idiopathic localized crossed (left side of the upper part of the body, right side of the lower part of the body) hyperhidrosis: successful treatment of facial area with botulinum a toxin injection.},
  author={Hatice Şanli and Pelin Ekmekçi and Muhittin Cenk Akbostanci},
  journal={Dermatologic surgery : official publication for American Society for Dermatologic Surgery [et al.]},
  year={2004},
  volume={30 4 Pt 1},
  pages={552-4}
}
BACKGROUND Localized hyperhidrosis either may be due to an organic cause or may be idiopathic. Most cases of localized hyperhidrosis are reported to be idiopathic and unilateral. OBJECTIVE AND RESULT We report a case of idiopathic localized hyperhidrosis with extensive involvement on crossed sides of the body. The hyperhidrotic area on the forehead was treated with a single session of botulinum A toxin injection with a quite successful result, and the area remained free of symptoms during a… CONTINUE READING