hyposecretion of GH during childhood
Hypersecretion during childhood
hypersecretion after long-bone growth has ended
hyposecretion of FSH or LH (m and f)
Hyposecretion of ADH (excessive urine output) (continously thirsty)
Hyposecretion of thyroxine (lack of stimulation by TSH) (occurs early in childhood)
hypothyroidism occuring in adults
a form of hypothyroidism
eye buldging condition (found in graves diease)
blood calium levels fall to low- deliver impulses to muscles at such a rapid rate the muscles go into uncontrollable spasms
a generalized hyposecretion of all the adrenal cortex hormones (bronzy skin) low aldosterone levels
hyperactivity of the outermost cortical area
excessive glucocorticoids (moon face and appearance of buffalo hump)
can occur in both men and women (in women excessive hair growth)
glucose isnt distributed properly, also causes dehydration
type 2 diabetes patients unable to respond to insulin
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