acromegalic


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marked or affected by enlargement or hypertrophy of the extremities or the face

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Mutation of somatostatin receptor type 5 in an acromegalic patient resistant to somatostatin analog treatment.
15], showed significant high levels in GH among active acromegalic group with respect to control acromegalic group are accompanied by significant elevation in IGF1 level in active acromegalic group with respect to control acromegalic.
Methods: Forty-four acromegalic patients and 30 controls were admitted to study.
Electroencephalography (EEG) and Low-Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography (LORETA) can provide a functional imaging of brain and were used in order to appreciate the neurophysiologic state of acromegalic patients.
Acromegalic arthropathy: a reversible rheumatic disease.
As to the endocrines, presumptive variations to be mentioned are the slightly acromegalic skull, the thickening of the salivary glands, which was traced by the internist back to an endocrine disturbance, the infantile genitalia reported by a gynecologist, and the absence of menstruation for years.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 25, 2014-Antisense Therapeutics enrolls 24 acromegalic patients in Phase II trial of ATL1103
M2 PHARMA-March 25, 2014-Antisense Therapeutics enrolls 24 acromegalic patients in Phase II trial of ATL1103
Byrne, who died in 1783 aged just 22, was huge due to a growth disorder called acromegalic gigantism where a person produces too much growth hormone.
9,10) Hypertrophic articular cartilage and the growth of chondrocytes in the articular cartilage may give rise to acromegalic arthropathy.
Using the intubating laryngeal mask airway for ventilation and endotracheal intubation in anesthetized and unparalyzed acromegalic patients.
Extrahypothalmic growth-hormone-releasing factor (GFR) secretion is a rare cause of acromegaly: plasma GRF levels in 177 acromegalic patients.
To date, only one study, from Argentina, evaluated active acromegalic patients (n=15) for oxLDL levels and oxidative stress markers in comparison with age- and gender-matched healthy controls (73).
Extrahypothalamic growth hormone-releasing factor (GRF) secretion is a rare cause of acromegaly: plasma GRF levels in 177 acromegalic patients.
She suffers from a condition called acromegalic gigantism, which means she is still growing and doctors say she is unique because her growth cannot be stopped by medication.