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(B) Normal-sized Baby Heinie (A)
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Fig 106 The effects of normal versus abnormal secretion of growth hormone (GH)
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(A) At right is Baby Heinie as a pituitary dwarf (a result of hyposecretion of GH during childhood) (B) On the left is Baby Heinie as a Pituitary Giant (a result of hypersecretion of GH during childhood) (C) The inset shows the facial features of Baby Heinie with acromegaly (a result of hypersecretion of GH during adulthood)
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a dramatic enlargement of (-megaly) the jawbones, nose, ngers, and other parts of the body extremities (acr) The massive jawbones tend to give the face a coarse appearance
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Any demystifying of the endocrine glands must include some discussion about the most important endocrine disease of them all We are referring to
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Gland and Skin Disorders
Summary Table 102 Words and Word Parts Write in the exact meaning (literal English equivalent) for up to 10 key terms selected from the preceding block of text After you are done, check your word meanings with the correct answers, which are given at the end of this chapter
Key Terms pineal Pre xes (none) Roots pine pine crin secreting crin secreting insul little islands creat esh secret secreting secret secreting secret secreting Suf xes -al relating to Exact Meanings 1
exocrine
exo- out of
-e presence of
endocrine
endo- into
-e presence of
insulin
(none)
-in neutral substance/ protein -ic pertaining to
pancreatic
pan- all
normosecretion
normo- normal
-ion condition of -ion condition of -ion condition of
hyposecretion
hypo- de cient
hypersecretion
hyper- excess
diabetes (die-uh-BEE-teez) mellitus (MEL-ih-tus), of course! The name of this common disease re ects one of its major signs glycosuria (gleye-kohSUR-ee-ah) and one of its major symptoms diuresis (die-your-EE-sis) The word, diabetes, means a passer-through or siphon (diabet) This is because of the fact that any type of diabetic (die-uh-BET-ik) disease involves a marked diuresis This is literally a process of (-esis) too much urine (ur) passing out through (dia-) the body (Consult Figure 107) The word, mellitus, denotes the presence of (-us) something that is honey-sweet (mellit) The major clinical sign of glycosuria re ects this mellitus name Glycosuria exactly translates as a condition of (-ia) sweet (glyc) urine (ur)
PART 5
Our Body Senses
Tissue flud
Net osmosis of water
glucose molecule
HYPERGLYCEMIA (too much glucose in bloodstream)
Chronic hyposecretion of insulin
"Siphon" (diabetes) Too much urine excreted (like from a siphon)
Dead or nonfunctionig beta cells
GLYCOSURIA ("honey-sweet" glucose in urine)
Glucose molecules
Fig 107 Explaining some signs and symptoms of diabetes mellitus
Why does the person excrete glucose (which is something sweet ) in his or her urine, Dr Hippocrates Is this normal No, Dear Reader As we will soon learn ( 13), glucose is not normally excreted into our urine We knew this even in my day, when the physicians of Ancient Greece and Rome quickly dipped their ngertips into the patient s urine They tasted the sweetness of the excreted glucose that was in it The reason for glucose in the urine is because of the patient s severe hyperglycemia (high-per-glye-SEEM-e-uh) What does hyperglycemia mean in common English, Dr H [Word dissection prompt: Help Hippocrates Ghost answer this reader s question by dissecting hyperglycemia using three slash marks Label the resulting word parts as pre x, root, and suf x, then see how far you can go in completely translating the term on your own] Cutting up this term with slash marks yields: Pre x Root HYPER / GLYC / excessive sweetness Suf x EMIA blood condition of
Therefore, hyperglycemia is a blood condition of excessive sweetness The basic underlying problem is a chronic hyposecretion of insulin The hyposecretion ( below normal secretion ) of insulin may be related to dead or
Gland and Skin Disorders
nonfunctioning beta cells in the pancreas Without adequate insulin to move glucose out of the bloodstream and into the tissue cells, far too much glucose remains in the blood The blood glucose level just keeps building higher and higher every time the diabetic person eats something with sugar in it! The resulting hyperglycemia causes too much glucose to be ltered into the kidney tubules (TOO-byools), the little tubes (tubul) in the kidney Some of the glucose remains within the kidney tubules and is eventually excreted out of the body in the urine (This explains the glycosuria) Because so many glucose molecules are in the kidney tubules, they lower the water concentration in the kidney tubules below that of the surrounding tissue uid Consequently, there is a net osmosis (ahs-MOH-sis) or condition of thrusting (osm) of water molecules out of the bloodstream and into the kidney tubules With so much added water from the tissue uid, an increased amount of watery urine is excreted (This explains the diuresis) Figure 107 provides an important visual aid in helping us to understand these various interacting dynamics in creating the signs and symptoms of diabetes mellitus (STUDY SUGGESTION: Look back over Figure 107 as you re-read the preceding paragraph)
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