Clinical features of axillary osmidrosis: A retrospective chart review of 723 Japanese patients
The Journal of Dermatology, 03/06/2013Morioka D et al.
This study aimed to provide information on the features of axillary osmidrosis, with a particular focus on sex differences. A retrospective review was made of the charts for 723 Japanese patients (492 female, 231 male). Several features, including male/female ratios, and associations of wet earwax and hyperhidrosis, corresponded to previously reported data on axillary osmidrosis. Female patients were more concerned with axillary odor than males, and females had a tendency for polysurgery.
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