Vocab. CH. 4 Unit 17 and 18: HYPER and HYPO

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hyperacidity

excessive acidity

hypoacidity

weak acidity

hyperglycemia

excess of sugar in the blood

hypoglycemia

abnormally low level of sugar in the blood

hypertension

abnormally high blood pressure

hypotension

low blood pressure

hyperthermia

especially high fever; hyperpyrexia

hypothermia

subnormal body temperature

hyperthyroid

marked by excessive activity of the thyroid gland

hypothyroid

marked by the deficient activity of the thyroid gland

hyperactive

overactive

hyperbole

extravagant exxageration of statement

hypercritical

overcritical

hyperemia

superabundance of blood

hyperopia

farsightedness (ant. myopia)

hypersensitive

excessively sensitive; supersensitive

hyperthrophy

exessive growth of development, as of a body part (ant. atrophy)

hypodermic

injected under the skin

hypothesis

theory or supposition assumed as a basis for reasoning (something "placed under")

hypothetical

assumed without proof for purpose of reasoning; conjectural

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