endocrine

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Synonyms for endocrine

the secretion of an endocrine gland that is transmitted by the blood to the tissue on which it has a specific effect

of or belonging to endocrine glands or their secretions

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We are very pleased to be aligned with UBM Medica US, and look forward to reaching clinicians who need the latest information on treating endocrine disease.
Family members should also be made aware of the increased risk of endocrine disease, especially of APS2.
Endocrinologists will learn which genetic tests to ask for and which genes should be evaluated for each specific endocrine disease
The third covers the management and treatment of diabetes and endocrine disease, importantly including prevention and screening.
In the United States, the most common endocrine disease is diabetes.
Diagnostic Hybrids is a fast-growing bioscience firm that develops, manufactures, and markets innovative cell culture products for multiple applications in diagnostic virology and endocrine disease.
Diagnostic Hybrids is a fast growing bioscience firm that develops, manufactures, and markets innovative cell culture products for multiple applications in diagnostic virology and endocrine disease.
Our corporate strategy is to develop novel therapeutics for endocrine diseases, particularly those that are considered rare, and we were able to structure the agreement with Novo Nordisk to retain commercialization rights of the XMetA program for rare indications.
This book presents 15 papers from an eponymous conference held in Genoa, Italy, May 2012, which brought together researchers and clinicians involved with advances that have improved diagnosis and treatment of pediatric endocrine diseases.
The Neonatal Screening Programme in Qatar, established at the Hamad Medical Corporation nine years ago, has screened a total of 135,205 newborn babies for metabolic and endocrine diseases up to September this year, senior consultant and Metabolic Genetic Unit head Dr Tafeg Ben Omran disclosed yesterday.
of California School of Medicine) presents a revised and updated medical manual blending adult, pediatric, and reproductive endocrinology with a focus on the genetic and environmental factors that contribute to endocrine diseases in every age group.
This text is written in a way that allows either a superficial or in-depth approach toward understanding how dysfunction of the immune system produces many different endocrine diseases.
Weinberg, PhD, began his study of iron in 1952, and is a world-renowned authority on iron as a significant risk factor for cardiomyopathy, cancer, infection, arthritis, various endocrine diseases, and sudden infant death syndrome.
The journal also carries information on such topics as diagnostics, malignancy/tumors, endocrine diseases, infections and pharmacotherapy.
The patinet should have no prior history of these sorts of symptoms, and the physician must rule out infections, parasites, endocrine diseases, AIDS and other diseases that might cause similar symptoms.
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