hyperfunctional


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hyperfunctional

(ˌhaɪpəˈfʌŋkʃənəl)
adj
(Medicine) med characterized by excessive activity
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Parathyroid carcinomas are mostly hyperfunctional unlike other endocrine tumours that become less hormonally active when malignant.
Anti-Blocking Agents, Defoamers, Hyperfunctional Crosslnkers, Ink Additives, Misc.
a (b) Aspirated (b) Healthier alternative for singers who are (h-onset) hyperfunctional with 'glottal' onsets.
Botulinum toxin for the treatment of hyperfunctional lines of the face.
Do Different Semi-Occluded Voice Exercises Affect Vocal Fold Adduction Differently in Subjects Diagnosed with Hyperfunctional Dysphonia?
In one case, the nodule was lateroesophageal right at the cervicothoracic hole whose character of hyperfunctional parathyroid was confirmed by MIBI-Tc-99m scintigraphy (Figure 1).
Injections of very small amounts of Botox to the affected, hyperfunctional laryngeal muscles weaken them by blocking the nerve impulses (chemical denervation).
Finite element modeling of vocal fold vibration in normal phonation and hyperfunctional dysphonia: Implications for the pathogenesis of vocal nodules.
One larger study examining radioguided gland resection in 92 patients with parathyroid hyperplasia reported a 100% success rate in localizing the hyperfunctional parathyroid glands.
In 19 chapters, otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons from the US, Israel, and Australia outline treatment methods, pharmacology, indications, mechanisms of action, technique, anatomy, follow-up care, and complications for hyperfunctional disorders.