New laser treatment reduces hyperhidrosis

08/13/2013 | WRAL-TV (Raleigh, N.C.)

A treatment involving insertion of a laser fiber into the patient's underarm reduced symptoms of hyperhidrosis in 80% of patients studied in a single treatment. The procedure requires a tiny incision and local anesthetic, and side effects are usually limited to minimal swelling and bruising, dermatologic surgeon Bruce Katz said.

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