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hyperfunction

 [hi″per-fungk´shun]
excessive functioning of a part or organ.
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Rubin et al., "Laryngeal hyperfunction during whispering: reality or myth?" Journal of Voice 20, no.
He had minimal V pattern esotropia with -1 limited depression in adduction on the right and -2 limited depression in adduction on the left, and +1 IO hyperfunction bilaterally (Figure 1).
MAS is thought to be due to a point mutation of the GNAS1 gene on chromosome 20q13.2 and is characterised by polyostotic fibrous dysplasia, autonomous endocrine hyperfunction, and abnormal skin pigmentation (cafe-au-lait spots) [1, 2].
The etiology of MH has been attributed to many factors such as tensions and clenching caused by emotional stress, chronic bruxism, masseteric hyperfunction, and parafunction.
ATF2 Is Upregulated and Correlates with Inflammatory Hyperfunction Characteristics of RA Tissue.
Currently, botulinum toxin has been shown effective in the treatment of gummy smile in patients with hyperfunction of the muscles involved in smiling, as well as in patients with other disorders such as temporomandibular disorders (hypertrophy of the masseter muscle, bruxism, clench) and myofascial pain (1, 6, 9).
The more practical time for patients is in the morning, but this is when plasma steroids are at their peak and when it can be more difficult to distinguish patients with adrenocortical hyperfunction from those with normal function.
On the other hand, they found no significant change in electromyographic recordings before and after injection as determined by neck surface electromyography as a measure of vocal hyperfunction. Based on these two reports, it is believed that the treatment of glottic insufficiency, when present, should improve patients' MTPs, at least hypothetically.
Sposob tworzenia glosu przed rehabilitacja jego zaburzen czynnosciowych i po rehabilitacji u nauczycieli (N = 51) bioracych udzial w programie "Chron swoj glos" Badani / Respondents [%] przed rehabilitacja / po rehabilitacji / before rehabilitation after rehabilitation z hiperkineza 62,8 27,5 with hyperfunction z mierna hiperkineza 0,0 11,8 with poor hyperfunction bez hiperkinezy 37,2 60,7 without hyperfunction Sposob tworzenia glosu / Voice emission technic p = 0,0006, przy istotnosci statystycznej p < 0,05 / p = 0.0006, statistical significance at p < 0.05.
The present study also showed that high fructose consumption induced liver enlargement that should be considered as microsomal enzyme induction leading to increase storage of lipids peroxisome proliferation, and hyperfunction of the liver (Bar et al., 1999).
Secondary hyperparathyroidism, which is most commonly seen in patients with chronic kidney failure, refers to parathyroid gland hyperfunction in response to low blood calcium levels.
Most experts believe that, in addition to directly causing host cell damage in the body through metabolites and toxins, MP infection also induces cellular immune function inhibition, humoral immune disorder, and autoimmune hyperfunction, resulting in body damage [5, 7].