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Synonyms for endocrinal

of or belonging to endocrine glands or their secretions


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0 ml of blood sample was withdrawn from ante-cubital vein and send to radio immune-assay (RIA; RIA MAS analyzer 12 well gamma counter, Stratec Biomedical System AG Gewerbestrbetae, Birkenfeld, Germany) Unit of Nuclear Medicine Laboratory of the hospital to rule out any endocrinal abnormality.
Rosenthal (18) proposed four aetiological mechanisms of striae formation: insufficient development of tegument, including elastic properties deficiency; rapid stretching of the skin; endocrinal changes; and other causes, possibly toxic.
It regulates the endocrinal system leading to better metabolism and makes glands like the thyroid, parathyroid and pituitary glands function normally.
High concentration of lead may cause Alzheimer's, renal, nervous, reproductive and endocrinal diseases including behavioral development, growth retardation and decreases the intelligence quotient (IQ) level of children [19-22].
This condition disrupts the endocrinal system and hormonal balance, which affect the reproductive system, preventing conception by causing the uterus to reject the fertilized ova or even triggering miscarriage or early delivery.
Sleep is controlled by a complex interaction of psychological, neurochemical, electrophysiological, endocrinal, immunological and genetic factors.
The endocrinal and inflammatory function of the fat tissue located in the abdominal cavity causes increased secretion of pro-inflammatory and atherogenic adipokines, free fatty acids and inflammatory markers.
Their condition could be due to endocrinal disease or Prader-Willi syndrome, but we can only ascertain the right treatment after a proper diagnosis at one of our top hospitals.
Secondary causes include head trauma or injuries, strokes, brain infections, acute toxicity, and endocrinal and metabolic diseases including liver and kidney disease.
These responses are categorized into three groups: primary; corresponding to the endocrinal changes, such as increased plasma catecholamines and corticosteroids (MAZEAUD et al.
14) The participants with a history of vaginal surgical procedure or hysterectomy, diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, metabolic or endocrinal disorders, chronic renal or hepatic failure, autoimmune disease other than RA, cardiovascular disease and use of antihypertensive drugs were excluded due to the potential of interference of sexual functioning.
Studies of genetic influence on maternal behavior in mammals, mostly conducted with knockout rodents, suggest that the expression of paternal behavior could be imprinted on the individual genotype/governed by molecular events; moderated by brain structures and their development/activation; and by endocrinal functioning.
Some of these hormones, such as the estrogens oestradiol, oestriol and oestrone, and the progestogen progesterone, are produced naturally by the human and animal organism in small quantities by various endocrinal glands under the command of protein hormones released into the bloodstream (CAI, 2011).