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Sweating

The act or practice of removing gold or some other precious metal from a coin. This has occurred since Roman times. When coins derive their value from the intrinsic value of the metals, sweating has been known to cause significant inflation.
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Briefly, the patient had decreased level of consciousness, intense muscle rigidity, fever, drooling, diaphoresis, urinary incontinence, sweating, and increased blood pressure.
Additional manifestations of PSH, including diaphoresis and dystonic posturing, have also been shown to respond to [beta]-blockers (Rabinstein & Benarroch, 2008).
Other symptoms include flushing, palpitations, anxiety/panic attacks, diaphoresis and headache, often transient.
The victim would be diaphoretic (profusely sweating) and exhausted, his flesh mangled and ripped, and would crave water because of the loss of fluid from bleeding and diaphoresis.
Other commonly reported symptoms are chest pain, palpitations, fever, hyperthermia (fever), nausea, vomiting, diaphoresis (sweating), abdominal pain, dys- pnea (shortness of breath), headache and seizures.
At arrival he was alert with no diaphoresis and denied having chest pain or chest tightness.
On December 3, 2011, a South Carolina woman visited a local emergency department (ED) with an overnight history of shortness of breath, diaphoresis, chills, and intermittent paresthesia.
Signs and symptoms include high fever, diaphoresis, chills, headaches, and anorexia.
The associated symptoms included near-syncope, diaphoresis, nausea and vomiting.
Headache, palpitations and diaphoresis are the classic triad of symptoms, and occur in 64-80% of cases.
Body temperature and diaphoresis disturbances in a patient with arachnoiditis.
Its clinical presentation includes headache, palpitations and diaphoresis that can lead to an episodic hypertensive crisis due to increased catecholamine production.