hypohidrosis

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hypohidrosis

[¦hī·pō‚hī′drō·səs]
(medicine)
Deficient perspiration.
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9] Polyostotic fibrous dysplasia is associated with endocrinopathies in 3 to 5% of all cases.
A variety of these defects have now been described, some of which are associated with endocrinopathies or autoimmune diseases such as hypothyroidism and hypoparathyroidism.
Iron overload should be considered for African Americans with unexplained heart failure, cirrhosis, or endocrinopathies.
Secondary causes of low bone mineral density (BMD) include endocrinopathies (hypercalciuria, hypogonadism, hyper-parathyroidism, and Cushing's syndrome), some GI disorders (gastrectomy, inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, intestinal bypass surgery, primary biliary cirrhosis, and pancreatic insufficiency), genetic disorders (Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Marfan syndrome, and homocystinuria), and eating disorders (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and female athlete triad).
The most common immune-related adverse events (greater than five percent) were rash, diarrhea and hepatitis, as well as endocrinopathies (four percent).
Using search criteria, we preselected specimens to exclude samples with ICD-9 codes indicative of known cardiac disease, renal dysfunction, hypo- or hypervolemia, salt overload or depletion, or endocrinopathies.
Because of chronic anemia and iron overload, endocrinopathies such as hypopituitarism, hypothyroidism, hypoparathyroidism, diabetes mellitus, cardiomyopathy, and testicular or ovarian failure become common as the child with thalassemia grows older (32, 33).
4) In a few cases, the polyostotic form has been associated with endocrinopathies.
Pernicious anemia may be associated with autoimmune endocrinopathies and antireceptor autoimmune diseases.
However, bone loss may be secondary to a variety of diseases and conditions such as endocrinopathies, various medications, digestive disorders, marrow-based and neoplastic disorders, hereditary problems, and miscellaneous other conditions.
While this tumor is benign, it can cause acute and chronic problems, such as endocrinopathies, visual dysfunction and neuropsychological deficits which require life-long multidisciplinary care for the patients.
After apoplexy, hypopituitarism and various endocrinopathies may be observed (9).