• Adams BB, Vargus-Adams JN, Franz DN and Kinnett DG (2002). Hyperhidrosis in pediatric spinal cord injury: A case report and gabapentin therapy. J Am Acad Dermatol. 46 (3): 444-6. Summary: Hyperhidrosis is a relatively common condition with a multitude of causes. Spinal cord injury may be complicated by hyperhidrosis. Many forms of therapy have been reported for this phenomenon but few have been demonstrated to be efficacious. We describe a case of a child with hyperhidrosis from a spinal cord injury and report the first therapeutic use, to our knowledge, of gabapentin for hyperhidrosis. College of Medicine, Department of Dermatology, University of Cincinnati, and Veterans Administration Medical Center; and Departments of Pediatrics and Rehabilitation and Neurology, Children's Hospital Medical Center.