panhypopituitarism

A state in which the secretion of all anterior pituitary hormones is inadequate or absent; caused by a variety of disorders that result in destruction or loss of function of all or most of the anterior pituitary gland. Rare forms of PHP are inherited as autosomal recessive or as an X-linked recessive. ... Synonym: ateliotic dwarfism, hypophyseal ca...
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panhypopituitarism

(pan-hi″po-pĭ-too´ĭ-tә-riz-әm) generalized hypopituitarism due to absence of or damage to the pituitary gland; in its complete form it leads to absence of gonadal function, loss of secondary sex characters, and insufficiency of thyroid and adrenal function. When cachexia is a prominent featur...
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panhypopituitarism

(from the article `dwarfism`) ...and may be hereditary; tumours, infections, or infarction (tissue death) of the pituitary can also induce dwarfism. In many cases, other endocrine ...
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panhypopituitarism

panhypopituitarism Defective or absent function of the entire pituitary gland.
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panhypopituitarism

(PHP) Type: Term Pronunciation: pan-hī′pō-pi-tū′i-tăr-izm Definitions: 1. A state in which the secretion of all anterior pituitary hormones is inadequate or absent; caused by a variety of disorders that result in destruction or loss of function of all or most of the anterior pituitary gland. Rare forms of PHP ...
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Panhypopituitarism

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