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Acromegaly (diseases)

Growth hormones are natural occurrences in a human being. It is significant in the development of the body. However, growth hormones must be produced under regulated terms otherwise, they could cause serious disorders that distort a person’s features. Acromegaly disease is a common effect of excessive growth hormone (HGH) levels. The more...

Addison’s disease (diseases)

Addison’s disease is defined by the body’s inability to produce hormones that are required for functioning. The adrenal glands, small gland located in the body just above the kidneys, are responsible for the production of hormones such as cortisol. While Addison’s disease can strike at any age, it most often more...

Amenorrhea (diseases)

Amenorrhea means the absence of menstruation. Amenorrhea occurs after menstruation has begun and can strike anywhere during reproductive years. Primary Amenorrhea refers to patients who have not received their menstrual period by the age of 16. In most cases, amenorrhea doesn’t imply anything, and is not typically associated with any more...

Bones pain (diseases)

Bones pain occurs when a person starts to experience tenderness, aching and discomfort in one or more of their bones. Bone pain is less common compared to muscle and joint pains. Some bone pains can be the result of fractures stemming from various traumas, such as sports or car accidents, more...

Cushing's syndrome (diseases)

Cushing's syndrome is a hormone disorder that involves the overproduction of cortisol in the blood. It was first described in 1932 by American neurosurgeon Dr. Harvey Cushing, hence the name. Cushing’s syndrome is a rare kind of disease. The ratio is only five in a million. It has been observed to more...