cachexia hypophyseopriva

ca·chex·i·a hy·po·phys·e·o·pri·va

a condition following total removal of the hypophysis cerebri resulting in panhypopituitarism marked by a fall of body temperature, electrolyte imbalance, and hypoglycemia, followed by coma and death.

ca·chex·i·a hy·po·phys·e·o·pri·va

(kă-kek'sē-ă hī'pō-fiz'ē-ō-prī'vă)
A condition following total removal of the hypophysis cerebri resulting in panhypopituitarism marked by a fall of body temperature, electrolyte imbalance, and hypoglycemia, followed by coma and death.