hyposecretion

hyposecretion

 [hi″po-se-kre´shun]
diminished secretion.

hyposecretion

/hy·po·se·cre·tion/ (-sĕ-kre´shun) diminished secretion, as by a gland.

hyposecretion

diminished secretion.
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These findings in our study reiterate the role of pancreatic hyposecretion and insulin resistance in the development of Diabetes Mellitus.
Result interpretation: >10 mm--normal secretion; 5-10 mm--borderline result; <5 mm--probable hyposecretion dry eye; and <3 mm--hyposecretion dry eye.
Hyposecretion of adrenal androgens and the relation of serum adrenal steroids, serotonin and insulin-like growth factor-1 to clinical features in women with fibromyalgia.
Secondary hyposecretion occurs, followed by gland dropout.
21 Inflammatory infiltration of the lacrimal glands leading to cell death and tear hyposecretion is the cause of dryness in two patients who diagnosed as SS.
The underlying cause can be hyper- or hyposecretion of hormones, secondary to the pathogenic mechanisms, medical or surgical treatment of endocrine diseases, or due to genetic aberrations [14].
IAPP hyposecretion is well-established in T1DM and insulin-requiring T2DM [43,45]: A synthetic IAPP, pramlintide [28-30] (pro-hIAPP) has been used for treating both T1DM and insulin-requiring T2DM together with insulin replacement for a better glycemic control [46-49].
Endocrine disorders can be broadly subdivided into three categories: endocrine gland hyposecretion, which causes hormone deficiency, endocrine gland hypersecretion, which causes excess hormone secretion, and tumors in the endocrine gland.
Hypocalcaemia is frequently associated with hyperphosphataemia in CKD with its mechanism associated with primary hyposecretion of parathormone which results in a progressive decrease in blood calcium levels up to a steady state characterised by an equality between urinary calcium excretion and osseous calcium secretion [13,14].
CMT causes cortisol hypersecretion in early lifetime but results in cortisol hyposecretion in time (5).
As one of the earliest oral antidiabetic drugs, sulfonylurea is common to patients with insulin hyposecretion.
Achalasia sicca-juvenile Sjogren's syndrome with achalasia and gastric hyposecretion.