Medical Dictionary


noun plural su·dam·i·na \sū-ˈdam-ə-nə\

Medical Definition of sudamina

  1. :  a transient eruption of minute translucent vesicles caused by retention of sweat in the sweat glands and in the corneous layer of the skin and occurring after profuse perspiration—called also miliaria crystallina

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