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chpt 13 endrocrine

endocrine system

abnormal softening of a gland adenomalacia
denoting the pituitary gland hypophysis
denoting a gland aden(o)
denoting the pineal body pineal
glandular tumor adenoma
the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland adenohypopysis cerebri
inflammation of a gland adenitis
abnormal enlargement of a gland adenomegaly
inflammation of the pituitary gland hypophysitis
excision of the pineal gland pinealectomy
cancer of a gland adenocarcinoma
any disease of the pineal gland pinealopathy
the posterior love of the pituitary gland neurohypopysis cerebri
excision of the pituitary gland hypophysectomy
another term for the pituitary gland hypophysis cerebri
denoting the thyroid gland thyr(o)
denoting the endocrine glands located dorsal to the thyroid parathyroid
parathyroid hormone parathormone
pertaining to toxic levels of thyroid hormones thyrotoxic
tumor of cancer of the parathyroid gland parathyroidoma
any disease of the parathyroid glands parathyropathy
any disease of the thyroid gland thyropathy
tyroid tumor; goiter thyrocele
excision of the parathyroid glands parathyroidectomy
incision into the thyroid glad thyroidotomy
pertaining to the parathyroid glands parathyroidal
excision of the thyroid gland thyroidectomy
denoting the pancreas pancreat(o)
denoting the thymus thym(o)
denoting the adrenal glands, which secrete the hormone epinephrine andren(o)
pertaining to the thymus gland thymic
inflammation of the pancreas pancreatitis
enlargement of an adrenal gland adrenomegaly
a pancreatic calcus pancreatolith
inflammation of the thymus gland thymitis
pertaining to the adrenal glands adrenal
excision of the pancreas pancreatectomy
excision of an adrenal gland adrenalectomy
any disease of the thymus gland thymopathy
any disease of the adrenal glands andrenalopathy
pertaining to the pancreas pancreatic
inflammtion of the adrenal gland adrenalitis
excision of the thymus gland thymectomy
epinephrine adrenaline
any disease of the pancreas pancreatopathy
excision of a pancreatic calculus pancreatolithectomy
denoting a relationship to sugar or glucose glyc(o), gluc(o)
denoting sodium natrium
denoting potassium kalium
denoting calcium calci, calc(o)
denotes thirst -dipsia
excessive sodium in the blood hypernatremia
excessive calcium in the blood hypercalcemia
presence of sugar in the urine glycosuria
deficiency of sodium in the blood hyponatremia
deficiency of potassium in the blood hypokalemia
producing glucose glucogenic
excessive thirst polydipsia
excessive sugar in the blood hyperglycemia
deficiency of calcium in the blood hypocalcemia
excessive potassium in the blood hyperkalemia
deficiency of sugar in the blood hypoglycemia
agents used to decrease blood sugar or to improve the body's use of insulin antidiabetics
agents that counteract high levels of lipids in the blood antilipidemics
any adrenal cortex steroid used to alleviate or decrease inflammation; for immunosuppresion of for allergies corticosteroids
agents used for thyroid replacement therapy thyroid hormones
Created by: Jennyjuice0406