hyperfunctional


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hyperfunctional

(ˌhaɪpəˈfʌŋkʃənəl)
adj
(Medicine) med characterized by excessive activity
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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.
Hyposexual desire may result from hypofunctional excitation, hyperfunctional inhibition, or some mix of the two.
Such an assessment could characterize and contrast their efficacy in clinical performance in the treatment of hyperfunctional lines and muscular relaxation," the authors write.
The management of hyperfunctional facial lines with botulinum toxin.
These require specialist knowledge of facial anatomy, BTX-A dosing and pharmacology to ensure safe and effective treatment of facial lines caused by hyperfunctional facial muscles.
Adaptation to chronic PCP results in hyperfunctional NMDA and hypofunctional GABAA synaptic receptors.
Note, however, that there are myriad terms that appear to be synonymous with muscle tension dysphonia, including functional dysphonia, functional hypertensive dysphonia, and hyperfunctional dysphonia (Altman, et al.