Clinical Guidelines

Clinical guidelines for treatment of generalized and focal hyperhidrosis are available, with a treatment algorithm for each type of focal primary hyperhidrosis. These guidelines are offered to help guide professionals in deciding on an optimal therapeutic course for each patient. The set of guidelines for the different anatomic areas affected by hyperhidrosis is offered here based on the hyperhidrosis literature and borrowing heavily from the opinions of investigators writing in multiple publications. Note that there are currently no guidelines for the treatment of hyperhidrosis published by a professional society, such as the American Academy of Dermatology or the American Academy of Neurology.

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