An autoimmune disorder of the thyroid, leading to the overproduction of hormones. Symptoms include enlarged thyroid, protrusion of eyes, lumpy reddish skin on lower legs, and fatigue.
This disorder is caused by abnormal insulin receptors usually due to too much carbs in your diet over long term
A deficiency of growth hormone during adulthood.
Hyposecretion of cortisol, autoimmune disease of the adrenal glands, leads to anxiety, nausea, muscle weakness, changes in mood, among other things.
Hypersecretion of cortisol, often due to adrenal tumor, can lead to "moon face" feature and "buffalo hump". Elevated blood sugar is another sign.
Autoimmune response that attacks the pancreas so you can't make insulin.
Identify gland 3
What hormone is produced by 1?
What hormones are produced by #5? Mark all that apply.
What hormones are produced by 6? Mark all that apply.