cortisol or aldersterone ( hormones of the adrenal cortex), or any synthetic drug having similar effect.
is a disorder involving disrupted functioning of the part of the adrenal gland called the cortex.
elevation of serum potassium.
a hormone that inhibits production and release of growth hormone.
abnormal growth of the body, especially facial features and extremities.
elevated blood glucose.
accumulation of ketone bodies in the body tissue and fluids from abnormal matabolization of fat.
a group of drugs derived from the male sex hormone testosterone.
the sum of all the physical and chemical process by which living organized substance is produced and maintained, and also the transformation by which energy is made available for uses of the organism.
( PKU) can be defined as a rare metabolic disorder caused by a deficiency in the production of the hepatic (liver) enzyme phenylalanine hydroxylase (PAH).
one of three basic food types, it is the source of energy in the diet which is consumed in the form of starches and sugars.
abnormal swelling of the skin due to deficiency of thyroid hormone.
a condition in which the pancres no longer produces enough insulin or cells stop responding to the insulin that is produced.
local or widespread loss of scalp hair.
the saddle-shaped bony depression in which the pituitary gland rests.
abnormal bulging of the eye between the lids.