An uncommon hormonal disorder caused by high levels of the hormone cortisol, also referred to as hypercortisolism.
The most common form of diabetes, caused by a deficiency of the pancreatic hormone insulin, which results in a failure to metabolize sugars and starch. Sugars accumulate in the blood and urine, causing a risk of convulsions and coma.
A chronic disorder in which bone expands due to abnormal development of fibrous tissue, often resulting in uneven bone growth, pain, and brittle or deformed bones.
An autoimmune disorder that leads to overactivity of the thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism) and is characterized by swelling of the neck and protrusion of the eyes resulting from an overactive thyroid gland.
A condition resulting from low testosterone, which can lead to decreased energy, sex drive, sleep, concentration, lean body mass, bone density and sperm production.
A rare disorder in which the pituitary gland either fails to produce one or more of its hormones or doesn't produce enough of them, affecting a range of body functions such as growth, blood pressure and reproduction.
Also known as underactive thyroid, a condition in which the thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormone, undermining the body's ability to function efficiently.
A disease in which there is a loss of bone mass and destruction of bone tissue, causing weakening of the bones and makes them more likely to break. The bones most often affected are the hips, spine, and wrists.
A common type of benign pituitary tumor, resulting in high levels of prolactin in the blood (hyperprolactinemia). It can occur in women and in men.
An inflammation of the thyroid gland that can arise due to a variety of causes; can result from an autoimmune condition or an infection.
Refers to an abnormal growth of thyroid cells that form a lump within the thyroid gland; although the vast majority of thyroid nodules are non-cancerous, a small proportion of thyroid nodules do contain thyroid cancer.
Vitamin D deficiency
Vitamin D deficiency can lead to bone pain, bone softening, and muscle weakness, and has been associated with a variety of other health conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension.
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