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Medical Terminology

Endocrine System

Glucagon To assemble or gather together sugar.
Hypoglycemia Blood condition of deficient sugar.
Epinephrine A substance above the kidneys.
Adrenocorticotropin Stimulating the function of the adrenal cortex.
Glycosuria Condition of sugar in the urine.
Euthyroid Derived from a normal thyroid gland.
Hyperkalemia Blood condition of excessive potassium.
Hypoinsulinism Condition of deficient amount of insulin.
Oxytocin A substance for swift, rapid childbirth.
Panypopituitarism Process or condition or deficiency of all/entire pituitary gland.
Tetraiodothyronine A substance with four iodine cells within the thyroid gland.
Triiodothyronine A substance with three iodine cells within the thyroid gland.
Myxedema Swelling do to mucus.
Hyponatremia Condition of deficient sodium in the blood.
Hypophysectomy Excision or resection or surgical removal of the pituitary gland.
Somatotropin To stimulate the body.
Steroid Derived from a solid structure.
Oxytocin A substance for swift, rapid childbirth.
Thyrotoxicosis Abnormal condition of thyroid position.
Antidiuretic Hormone Hormone that pertains to against urine production.
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