hyperglandular

hyperglandular

 [hi″per-glan´du-ler]
marked by excessive glandular activity.
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hy·per·glan·du·lar

(hī'pĕr-glan'dyū-lăr),
Characterized by overactivity or increased size of a gland.
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hy·per·glan·du·lar

(hī'pĕr-glan'dyū-lăr)
Characterized by overactivity or increased size of a gland.
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hy·per·glan·du·lar

(hī'pĕr-glan'dyū-lăr)
Characterized by overactivity or increased size of a gland.
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Bovine thymus has also been historically recommended when hyperglandular conditions, like hyperthyroid, hyperadrenal, etc., are encountered.