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Endocrine Word Part2

Continuation: endocrine diseases

adenectomy excision of a gland
adrenalectomy excision (of one or both) adrenal glands
parathyroidectomy excision of (one or more) parathyroid glands
thyroidectomy excision of the thyroid gland
thyroidotomy incision of the thyroid gland
thyroparathyroidectomy excision of the thyroid and parathyroid glands
adrenocorticohyperplasia excessive development of the adrenal cortex
adrenopathy disease of the adrenal gland
cortical pertaining to the cortex
corticoid resembling the cortex
endocrinologist physician who studies and treats diseases of the endocrine system.
endocrinology study of the endocrine (system), branch of medicine dealing with diseases of ES.
endocrinopathy (any) disease of the endocrine system
euglycemia normal (level of) sugar in the blood
euthyroid resembling a normal thyroid gland (normal function)
polydipsia abnormal state of much thirst
syndrome run together( S&S occurring together of a specific disorder)
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