hyperfunctioning

Related to hyperfunctioning: chloropia
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hyperfunctioning

adj hiperfuncionante
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To ensure homogeneity between the three treatment groups, we excluded patients with Graves' disease and other hyperfunctioning thyroid diseases, those with rerosternal goiters, those affected by hemostasis or coagulation disorders, and patients requiring a lymphadenectomy.
Cushing disease is a relatively rare cause of Cushing syndrome secondary to a hyperfunctioning pituitary adenoma.
US-guided percutaneous radiofrequency thermal ablation for the treatment of solid benign hyperfunctioning or compressive thyroid nodules.
When it's hyperfunctioning, one loses weight despite increased appetite.
Bilateral cervical exploration with the identification of the parathyroid glands and the removal of a hyperfunctioning adenoma is the main treatment.
4) In about 6-16% of cases, one ormore hyperfunctioning parathyroid gland(s) are found in an ectopic location.
Three percent of FD manifests as McCune-Albright syndrome with skin pigmentation and hyperfunctioning endocrine disorders.
Yes, well tuned resonance increases vocal efficiency, but it cannot compensate completely for hypo- or hyperfunctioning breath management or malfunctioning vocal fold vibration.
Many a times differentiation between physiological, inflammatory, autoimmune, hyperfunctioning and hypofunctioning of thyroid gland, benign and malignant tumor poses diagnostic difficulty.
2) changes in the myocardium of the ventricles (hypertrophy, necrosis and apoptosis of cardiomyocytes, matrix deterioration, displacing fibroid heart); (3) changes in the ventricle geometry (spherisation, dilatation, thinning of the ventricle wall, AB-regurgitation); and (4) functional remodeling (local asynergy caused by the presence of scar, ischemia, hibernating myocardium, compensatory hyperfunctioning of the "intact" myocardium, and diastolic dysfunction of the myocardium).
Tbanding: A technique for flow reduction of a hyperfunctioning arteriovenous fistula.
Today, radiation therapy is being used even more cautiously than in the past and almost always is a last resort when medical therapies or even reresection fails to control hypersecretory states caused by residual hyperfunctioning pituitary adenoma cells.