dyspituitarism

dys·pi·tu·i·tar·ism

(dis'pi-tū'i-tĕr-izm),
The complex of phenomena due to excessive or deficient secretion by the pituitary gland.

dyspituitarism

(dĭs″pĭ-tū′ĭ-tăr-ĭzm) [″ + L. pituita, mucus, + Gr. -ismos, condition]
Any condition due to a disorder of the pituitary gland.

dys·pi·tu·i·tar·ism

(dis'pi-tū'i-tĕr-izm)
The complex of phenomena due to excessive or deficient secretion by the pituitary gland.
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Excluded diagnoses were hypothyroidism (congenital hypothyroidism; postsurgical and postablative hypothyroidism; iodine hypothyroidism; and iatrogenic, acquired, or unspecified hypothyroidism), hyperthyroidism (toxic diffuse goiter; toxic nodular, uninodular, and multinodular goiter; thyrotoxicosis from ectopic thyroid nodule or other specified origin; thyrotoxicosis with or without storm; and neonatal thyrotoxicosis), and pituitary disorders (acromegaly and gigantism, other anterior pituitary hyperfunction, panhypopituitarism, pituitary dwarfism, diabetes insipidus, disorders of neurohypophysis, iatrogenic pituitary disorders, syndromes of diencephalo-hypophyseal origin, and dyspituitarism).
A.: Defects in membraneous bones, exophthalmos, and diabetes insipidus-An unusual syndrome of dyspituitarism. Med.