Goiter endemic (nontoxic goiter, euthyroid goiter) is a disease characterized by an increase in the thyroid gland that occurs in residents of certain geographical areas. Endemic goiter is prevalent in those geographical places where iodine deficiency is present in the environment (food, soil, water). Endemic to goiter is considered a terrain, if in its geographical boundaries, more than ten percent of the population Read the full entry »
Pituitary Nanizm (dwarfism) is a disease characterized by a delay in physical development and growth associated with insufficient secretion of growth hormone (growth hormone) in the anterior pituitary gland. According to statistical data, this disease is very rare - from 1 to 4 cases per 10,000 population (boys are twice as likely to suffer from girls). Read the rest of this entry »
Hypogonadism (gonadal insufficiency, hypogenitalism) is an endocrine disease caused by a decrease in the level of androgens in the body and characterized by underdevelopment of the external and internal genital organs, as well as indistinctly expressed secondary sexual characteristics. Hypogonadism distinguish between primary and secondary Read more »
Hyperthyroidism (thyrotoxicosis) is a syndrome caused by hyperfunction of the thyroid gland, as a result of which there is an increase in the level of thyroid hormones (thyroxine, triiodothyronine). According to statistics, women suffer from this disease more often than men. Read the rest of this entry »
Diffuse toxic goiter (diffuse thyrotoxic goiter, Graves' disease, Basedova disease) is an autoimmune disease characterized by excessive production of thyroid hormones, as a result of which all energy and metabolic processes are violated, and there are failures in the adequate functioning of various systems and organs .
Non-diabetes mellitus is a fairly rare endocrine disease due to the relative or absolute insufficiency of vasopressin (non-hippopophasic hormone) and is manifested by debilitating urination (polyuria) and severe thirst (polydipsia). Read the rest of this entry »
Disputituitarism pubertal and juvenile (okolopubertatny basophilism, hypothalamic syndrome of puberty, adolescent hypercorticism, obesity with pink strias) is a neuroendocrine syndrome, which is manifested by increased mental and physical fatigue, abnormal increase in body weight, menstrual irregularities in girls and gynecomastia in young men. Read the rest of this entry »
Diabetes mellitus is a disease caused by insufficient pancreatic secretion of the hormone insulin responsible for the regulation of glucose (sugar) in the blood. This disease is characterized by a violation of carbohydrate metabolism with an increase in glucose in the urine and blood, as well as other metabolic disorders. To date, according to statistics, this disease on our planet Read the full entry »