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Suppurative sweat gland inflammation

After the infection of apocrine glands, it occurs repeatedly in the skin and subcutaneous tissue and spreads widely, forming a wide range of chronic inflammation, small abscess, complex sinus and fistula, which is called suppurative hidrosadenitis. Obese and sweaty people aged 20-40 are prone to this disease, with more women than men. If the disease does not heal for a long time, it may become malignant, mostly 10 ~ 20 years after the disease.


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