Investigational topical anticholinergics in clinical development for the treatment of hyperhidrosis

@article{Gregoriou2021InvestigationalTA,
  title={Investigational topical anticholinergics in clinical development for the treatment of hyperhidrosis},
  author={Stamatios Gregoriou and Anna Campanati and Dimitrios Rigopoulos and Alexandros Stratigos and George Kontochristoulos},
  journal={Expert Opinion on Investigational Drugs},
  year={2021},
  volume={30},
  pages={479 - 482}
}
Focal hyperhidrosis has an incidence of up to 4.8%. % [1]. Abnormal sympathetic hyperactivity is the best documented component of its pathogenesis.Management of focal hyperhidrosis includes aluminu... 
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