Use of L-carnitine in hyperfunction
of the thyroid gland.
is another indication for surgery.
The positive, although weak, correlation between LH/FSH ratio and 17-OH progesterone levels could suggest that hyperandrogenism is due to ovary hyperfunction
in most cases," the researchers hypothesized.
Among Chinese herbal medicines, there are some folk medicines which are used to treat amnesia and forgetfulness, to restore the normal function of a depressed liver due to emotional depression, to treat nervous excitement due to a deficiency of vital essence, to treat endogenous wind caused by hyperfunction
of the liver, and to act as anticonvulsants (Huang, 2000).
These qualities can lead to the development of vocal hyperfunction
and it appears that the group's extroverted personalities translate to speech behaviour associated with vocal hyperfunction
The report notes that platelet activation is a hallmark of acute coronary syndromes, and that evidence suggests a link between platelet hyperfunction
and myocardial damage in patients with acute coronary syndromes.
33] The adaptive hyperfunction
of the residual kidney after a unilateral nephrectomy has a very rapid onset; effective renal plasma flow has been shown to increase by about 30% as early as 1 week after surgery and remains elevated for an extended period of time (>10 years).
GD patients have hyperthyroidism, often severe, due to autoantibody-mediated thyrotropin receptor stimulation, with thyroid cell hyperplasia and hyperfunction
If the level is high, careful monitoring of the fetus is mandatory for the early detection of signs of thyroid hyperfunction
(pulse rate >170 bpm, impaired growth rate, oligoamnios, goiter).
of accessory muscles to close the glottis can result in odynophonia, voice fatigue, and a harsh, pressed vocal quality.
Forms of endocrine hyperfunction
reported in association with MAS include precocious puberty, hyperthyroidism, hypercortisolism, hypersomatotropism, and hypophosphatemic rickets (1-3).
Enhanced risk of thromboembolic disease in hypertension from platelet hyperfunction
and decreased fibrinolytic activity: has antihypertensive therapy any influence?