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Body odor

Body odor refers to the special odor of sweat secreted or the odor produced by sweat decomposition. Hyperhidrosis is more common in hyperhidrosis, sweat is not easy to evaporate and the parts where large sweat glands are located, such as armpit, groin, foot, perianal, vulva, umbilical fossa and below female breast. Foot and axillary hyperhidrosis are the most common.


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