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Endocrine System

Medical Terminology

QuestionAnswer
adenopathy disease of the gland
adrenomegaly enlargement of the adrenal glands
glucogenesis production of glucose
glycolysis conversion or destruction of glycogen to glucose
gonadotropin hormone that aids in growth of gonads
pancreatitis inflammation of the pancreas
parathyroidectomy excision or removal of the parathyroid glands
thyrotoxic poisoning of the thyroid hormones
adenectomy removal of a gland
adrenalectomy removal of the adrenal gland
hypophysectomy removal of the pituitary gland
pancreatectomy removal of the pancreas
parathyroidectomy removal of the parathyroid glands
thymectomy removal of the thymus gland
thyroidectomy removal of the thyroid
polydipsia excessive thirst or thirsty
thyrotoxicosis overactivity or condition of poisoning of the thyroid gland
glucosuria glucose in the urine
goiter enlargement or name for an enlarged thyroid gland
hyperadrenalism overactivity or excessive activity of the adrenal gland
hyperparathyroidism overactivity or excessive activity of the parathyroid glands
hyperthyroidism overactivity or excessive condition of the thyroid gland
hypoadrenalism underactivity or or below normal activity of the adrenal glands
hypoglycemia low or below normal level of glucose in the blood
hypoparathyroidism underactivity or below normal activity of the parathyroid glands
hypothyroidism underactivity or below normal activity of the thyroid gland