hyperfunctional


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hyperfunctional

(ˌhaɪpəˈfʌŋkʃənəl)
adj
(Medicine) med characterized by excessive activity
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* Breath exercises should be combined with humming or nasal consonants to correct hyperfunctional breath; nasal consonants create proper resonance to concentrate the tone.
A number of scintigraphic methods were improved for preoperative pinpoint of hyperfunctional parathyroid glands in the past decade.
Hyperfunctional nodule on radionuclide imaging is believed to exclude malignancy, but malignancy is occasionally seen co-existing with homogenous hot nodule.
In addition, the expression levels of the SLC5A5 mRNAs provide information on the functional status of cells within the nodule and allow detection of hyperfunctional thyroid nodules, which are typically benign.
The performed otolaryngological examination with VLS allowed to diagnose 3 distinct voice disorder subgroups: vocal nodules, glottal insufficiency, and hyperfunctional dysphonia without benign vocal fold lesions.
This decision is supported by studies that state that children up to 10 years old may present hyperfunctional voices due to physiological, social, environmental and emotional factors and, in isolation, it cannot be considered a dysphonic vocal behavior [6,14].
Parathyroid carcinomas are mostly hyperfunctional unlike other endocrine tumours that become less hormonally active when malignant.
The disease is characterized by the classic triad of polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, cafe-aulait skin pigmentation and peripheral precocious puberty, but is clinically heterogeneous and usually include hyperfunctional endocrinopathies such as thyrotoxicosis, pituitary gigantism and Cushing syndrome due to autonomous hormonal hyper-production (90).
The line offers 160 "hyperfunctional" cosmetic products for the face, eyes and lips at a price point that "encourages exploration and experimentation," the company said.
Anti-Blocking Agents, Defoamers, Hyperfunctional Crosslnkers, Ink Additives, Misc.
Only malignant or hyperfunctional AI (excess production of cortisol, aldosterone, and catacholamines) needs active treatment; thus, it is mandatory to identify such patients.