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hyperphosphatasemia
Abnormally high content of alkaline phosphatase in the circulating blood. SEE ALSO: hyperphosphatasia.
hyperphosphatasia
A skeletal dysplasia characterized by dwarfism, macrocranium, expansion of the diaphyses of tubular bones with multiple fractures, patchy osteosclerosis, leg bowing, and ...
Hyperphosphatemia
A higher than normal blood level of phosphate. Phosphate molecules are particularly important as part of larger molecules in cell energy cycles. Higher than normal levels can be ...
hyperphosphaturia
An increased excretion of phosphates in the urine.
hyperphrenia
Rarely used term for an excessive degree of intellectual activity; a form of mania. [hyper- + G. phren, mind]
hyperpiesis, hyperpiesia
SYN: hypertension. [hyper- + G. piesis, pressure]
hyperpietic
Relating to or marked by high blood pressure.
Hyperpigmentation
Dark spots on the skin. Hyperpigmentation is primarily a cosmetic concern that can be covered with make-up, although in some cases (such as the café au lait spots associated ...
hyperpipecolatemia
A metabolic disorder in which serum concentration of pipecolic acid is greatly increased; characterized by hepatomegaly and progressive, generalized demyelination of the ...
hyperpipecolic acidemia
SYN: hyperpipecolatemia.
hyperpituitarism
Excessive production of anterior pituitary hormones, especially growth hormone; may result in gigantism or acromegaly.
Hyperplasia
: A condition in which there is an increase in the number of normal cells in a tissue or organ. * * * An increase in number of normal cells in a tissue or organ, excluding tumor ...
Hyperplasia of the prostate, nodular
: Nonmalignant (noncancerous) enlargement of the prostate gland, a common occurrence in older men. It is also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia or hypertrophy (abbreviated ...
Hyperplasia, benign prostatic (BPH)
A prostate problem that bothers men with age, BPH generally begins in a man's 30s, evolves slowly and only causes symptoms after 50. In BPH the normal elements of the prostate ...
Hyperplasia, endometrial
A condition characterized by overgrowth of the lining of the uterus. Hyperplasia means overgrowth. The endometrium is the inner layer of the uterus.
hyperplastic
Relating to hyperplasia.
hyperpnea
Breathing that is deeper and more rapid than is normal at rest. [hyper- + G. pnoe, breathing]
hyperpolarization
An increase in polarization of membranes of nerves or muscle cells; the reverse change from that associated with excitatory action.
hyperpotassemia
SYN: hyperkalemia.
hyperprebetalipoproteinemia
Increased concentrations of pre-β-lipoproteins in the blood. - familial h. SYN: type IV familial hyperlipoproteinemia.
hyperprochoresis
Rarely used term for hyperperistalsis. [hyper- + G. pro-choreo, to go forward]
hyperproinsulinemia
Elevated plasma levels of proinsulin or proinsulin-like material.
hyperprolactinemia
Elevated levels of prolactin in the blood, which is a normal physiological reaction during lactation, but pathological otherwise; prolactin may also be elevated in cases of ...
hyperprolinemia
A metabolic disorder characterized by enhanced plasma proline concentrations and urinary excretion of proline, hydroxyproline, and glycine; autosomal recessive inheritance. Type ...
hyperproteinemia
An abnormally large concentration of protein in plasma.
hyperproteosis
The condition due to an excessive amount of protein in the diet.
hyperpyretic
Relating to hyperpyrexia. SYN: hyperpyrexial.
hyperpyrexia
Extremely high fever. [hyper- + G. pyrexis, feverishness] - fulminant h. SYN: malignant hyperthermia. - heat h. SYN: heatstroke. - malignant h. SYN: heatstroke.
hyperpyrexial
SYN: hyperpyretic.
hyperreflexia
A condition in which the deep tendon reflexes are exaggerated. - detrusor h. SYN: detrusor instability.
hyperresonance
1. An extreme degree of resonance. 2. Resonance increased above the normal, and often of lower pitch, on percussion of an area of the body; occurs in the chest due to ...
hypersalemia
Obsolete term for an increase in the salt content of the circulating blood.
hypersaline
Marked by increased salt concentrations in a saline solution.
hypersalivation
Increased salivation.
hypersarcosinemia
SYN: sarcosinemia.
hypersecretion
Excessive secretion of any tissue or gland. - gastric h. excessive formation of gastric juice, especially the acid component.
hypersegmentation
Excessive division of a tissue or part into segments. - hereditary h. of neutrophils an autosomal dominant condition characterized by neutrophil h.; affected persons are ...
hypersensitivity
Abnormal sensitivity, a condition in which there is an exaggerated response by the body to the stimulus of a foreign agent. See allergy. - contact h. 1. SYN: contact ...
hypersensitization
The immunological process by which hypersensitivity is induced.
hyperserotonemia
Unusually large amounts of serotonin in the circulating blood; probable cause of some of the symptoms and signs in the carcinoid syndrome.
hyperskeocytosis
SYN: hyperneocytosis. [G. skaios, left, + kytos, cell, + -osis, condition]
hypersomatotropism
A state characterized by abnormally enhanced secretion of pituitary growth hormone (somatotropin).
hypersomnia
A condition in which sleep periods are excessively long, but the person responds normally in the intervals; distinguished from somnolence. [hyper- + L. somnus, sleep]
hypersonic
Pertaining to or characterized by supersonic speeds of Mach 5 or greater. While any speed above the speed of sound may be referred to as supersonic, speeds of Mach 5 or greater ...
hypersphyxia
A condition of high blood pressure and increased circulatory activity. [hyper- + G. sphyxis, pulse]
hypersplenism
Any of a group of conditions in which the cellular components of the blood or platelets are removed at an abnormally high rate by the spleen, resulting in low circulating levels.
hypersteatosis
Excessive sebaceous secretion.
hypersthenia
Excessive tension or strength. [hyper- + G. sthenos, strength]
hypersthenic
Pertaining to or marked by hypersthenia.
hypersthenuria
Excretion of urine of unusually high specific gravity and concentration of solutes, resulting usually from loss or deprivation of water. [hyper- + G. sthenos, strength, + ouron, ...
hypersusceptibility
Increased susceptibility or response to an infective, chemical, or other agent.
hypersystole
Abnormal force or duration of the cardiac systole.
hypersystolic
Relating to or marked by hypersystole.
hypertelorism
Abnormal distance between two paired organs. [hyper- + G. tele, far off, + horizo, to separate, fr. horos, a boundary] - Bixler type h. accompanying features are microtia and ...
hypertensin
Former name for angiotensin.
hypertensinogen
Former name for angiotensinogen.
hypertension
High blood pressure; transitory or sustained elevation of systemic arterial blood pressure to a level likely to induce cardiovascular damage or other adverse consequences. H. has ...
Hypertension, white coat
A transient increase in blood pressure (hypertension) triggered by the sight of medical personnel in white coats (or other attire).
hypertensive
1. Marked by an increased blood pressure. 2. Denoting a person suffering from high blood pressure.
hypertensor
SYN: pressor.
hypertestoidism
Hypergonadism in the male, characterized by proliferation of Leydig cells with excessive production of testosterone.
hyperthecosis
Diffuse hyperplasia of the theca cells of the graafian follicles. - stromal h. condition in which luteinized cells are present in ovarian stroma at a distance from follicular ...
hyperthelia
SYN: polythelia. [hyper- + G. thele, nipple]
hyperthermalgesia
Extreme sensitiveness to heat. [hyper- + G. therme, heat, + algesis, pain]
Hyperthermia
: Overheating of the body. This may be due to extreme weather conditions. Unrelieved hyperthermia can lead to collapse and death, particularly in the elderly. Prevention via air ...
Hyperthermia, malignant
A series of potentially fatal problems that can occur during surgery, malignant hyperthermia is caused by a reaction to anesthesia. The body’s metabolism rises suddenly, ...
hyperthermoesthesia
Extreme sensitiveness to heat. [hyper- + G. therme, heat, + aisthesis, feeling]
hyperthrombinemia
An abnormal increase of thrombin in the blood, frequently resulting in a tendency to intravascular coagulation.
hyperthymia
State of overactivity, greater than average and less than the overactivity of the manic state of manic-depressive disorder. [hyper- + G. thymos, soul, thought]
hyperthymic
1. Pertaining to hyperthymia. 2. Pertaining to hyperthymism.
hyperthymism
Excessive activity of the thymus gland; formerly postulated to be a causal factor in certain instances of unexpected and sudden death, such as status thymicolymphaticus. SYN: ...
hyperthymization
SYN: hyperthymism.
hyperthyrea
SYN: hyperthyroidism.
hyperthyroidism
An abnormality of the thyroid gland in which secretion of thyroid hormone is usually increased and is no longer under regulatory control of hypothalamic-pituitary centers; ...
hyperthyroxinemia
An elevated thyroxine concentration in the blood.
Hypertonia
Increased tightness of muscle tone. Untreated hypertonia can lead to loss of function and deformity. Treatment is by physical and/or occupational therapy, and in some cases muscle ...
hypertonic
1. Having a greater degree of tension. SYN: spastic (1). 2. Having a greater osmotic pressure than a reference solution, which is ordinarily assumed to be blood plasma or ...
hypertonicity
1. SYN: hypertonia. 2. An increased effective osmotic pressure of body fluids.
hypertrichiasis
SYN: hypertrichosis.
hypertrichophrydia
Excessively thick eyebrows. [hyper- + G. thrix, hair, + ophrys, eyebrow]
hypertrichosis
Growth of hair in excess of the normal. SEE ALSO: hirsutism. SYN: hypertrichiasis. [hyper- + G. trichosis, being hairy] - h. lanuginosa excessive growth of lanugo hair ...
hypertriglyceridemia
Elevated triglyceride concentration in the blood. - familial h. 1. SYN: type I familial hyperlipoproteinemia. 2. SYN: type IV familial hyperlipoproteinemia.
hypertroph
A microorganism that requires living cells to supply the enzyme systems necessary for growth and reproduction.
hypertrophia
SYN: hypertrophy.
hypertrophic
Relating to or characterized by hypertrophy.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM)
A genetic disorder of the heart characterized by increased growth (hypertrophy) in thickness of the wall of the left ventricle, the largest of the four chambers of the heart. HCM ...
hypertrophy
General increase in bulk of a part or organ, not due to tumor formation. Use of the term may be restricted to denote greater bulk through increase in size, but not in number, of ...
Hypertrophy, benign prostatic (BPH)
: Nonmalignant (noncancerous) enlargement of the prostate gland, a common occurrence in older men. It is also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (also abbreviated as BPH). ...
hypertropia
An ocular deviation with one eye higher than the other. [hyper- + G. trope, a turn]
hypertyrosinemia
SYN: tyrosinemia.
hyperuracil thyminuria
An inherited disorder in which there are elevated levels of uracil and thymine in the urine; associated with a deficiency of dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase and resultant ...
hyperuricemia
Enhanced blood concentrations of uric acid.
hyperuricemic
Relating to or characterized by hyperuricemia.
hyperuricuria
Increased urinary excretion of uric acid.
hypervaccination
Repeated inoculation of an individual already immunized; used as a means of preparing a highly potent antiserum.
hypervalinemia
Abnormally high plasma concentrations of valine, a common finding in maple syrup urine disease.
hypervascular
Abnormally vascular; containing an excessive number of blood vessel s. [hyper- + L. vas, a vessel]
Hyperventilation
Overbreathing. Often due to anxiety. Overbreathing causes dizziness, lightheadedness, a sense of unsteadiness and tingling around the mouth and fingertips. Relief can be gotten ...
hypervitaminosis
A condition resulting from the ingestion of an excessive amount of a vitamin preparation, symptoms varying according to the particular vitamin implicated; serious effects may be ...
hypervolemia
Abnormally increased volume of blood. SYN: plethora (1), repletion. [hyper- + L. volumen, volume, + G. haima, blood]
hypervolemic
Pertaining to or characterized by hypervolemia.
hypervolia
Augmented water content or volume of a given compartment; e.g., cellular h..
hypesthesia
Diminished sensitivity to stimulation. SYN: hypoesthesia. [G. hypo, under, + aisthesis, feeling] - olfactory h. SYN: hyposmia.
hypha
A branching tubular cell characteristic of the filamentous fungi (molds). In most species the hyphae are divided by cross-walls (septa) into multicellular hyphae; ...
hyphedonia
A habitually lessened or attenuated degree of pleasure from that which should normally give great pleasure. [G. hypo, under, + hedone, pleasure]
hyphema
Blood in the anterior chamber of the eye. [G. hyphaimos, suffused with blood]
hyphemia
SYN: hypovolemia. [hypo- + G. haima, blood] - intertropical h., tropical h. SYN: ancylostomiasis.
Hyphomyces destruens
Older name for Pythium insidiosum.
Hyphomycetes
A class of fungi that includes all of the filamentous members of the Fungi Imperfecti that form neither acervuli nor pycnidia. No sexual reproduction occurs; most members of ...
hyphomycosis
A disease of horses and mules (rarely of humans) caused by the fungus Pythium insidiosum (Hyphomyces destruens), characterized by granulomatous and necrotic lesions that appear ...
hypn-
See hypno-.
Hypnagogic
Concerning the drowsiness one commonly feels before sleep, the transitional state preceding sleep, and also the hallucinations that may occur at that time. The original French ...
Hypnagogic hallucination
A pre-sleep dream. A hypnagogic hallucination is characteristically vivid and occurs as one is falling asleep or awakening.
hypno-, hypn-
Sleep, hypnosis. [G. hypnos,]
hypnoanalysis
Psychoanalysis or other psychotherapy which employs hypnosis as an adjunctive technique.
hypnoanalytic
Pertaining to hypnoanalysis.
hypnocatharsis
Ventilation of suppressed or repressed emotional tension, conflicts, and anxiety under hypnosis. [hypno- + G. katharsis, purification]
hypnocyst
A quiescent or “sleeping” cyst; an encysted protozoon, the reproductive activity of which is in abeyance. [hypno- + G. kystis, bladder (cyst)]
hypnogenesis
The induction of sleep or of the hypnotic state. [hypno- + G. genesis, production]
hypnogenic, hypnogenous
1. Relating to hypnogenesis. 2. An agent capable of inducing a hypnotic state. See hypnosis.
hypnoid
SYN: hypnoidal.
hypnoidal
Resembling hypnosis; denoting the subwaking state, a mental condition intermediate between sleeping and waking. See hypnagogic. SYN: hypnoid. [hypno- + G. eidos, resemblance] ...
Hypnolepsy
A neurological disorder marked by a sudden recurrent uncontrollable compulsion to sleep. Also known as narcolepsy. The disorder is often associated with cataplexy (a sudden ...
hypnophobia
Morbid fear of falling asleep. [hypno- + G. phobos, fear]
hypnopompic
Denoting the occurrence of visions or dreams during the drowsy state following sleep. [hypno- + G. pompe, procession]
Hypnosis
: A part of healing from ancient times. The induction of trance states and the use of therapeutic suggestion were a central feature of the early Greek healing temples, and ...
hypnotherapy
1. Psychotherapeutic treatment by means of hypnotism. 2. Treatment of disease by inducing a trance-like sleep.
hypnotic
1. Causing sleep. 2. An agent that promotes sleep. SYN: soporific (2). 3. Relating to hypnotism. [G. hypnotikos, causing one to sleep]
hypnotism
1. The process or act of inducing hypnosis. SYN: somnolism. 2. The practice or study of hypnosis. See mesmerism. [G. hypnos, sleep]
hypnotist
One who practices hypnotism.
hypnotize
To induct one into hypnosis.
hypnozoite
Exoerythrocytic schizozoite of Plasmodium vivax or P. ovale in the human liver, characterized by delayed primary development; thought to be responsible for malarial relapse. ...
hypo-
1. Prefix denoting deficient, below normal. SEE ALSO: hyp-. Cf.:sub-. 2. In chemistry, denoting the lowest, or least rich in oxygen, of a series of chemical compounds. [G. hypo, ...
Hypo- (prefix)
Prefix meaning low, under, beneath, down, below normal. For example, hypocalcemia is low calcium in the blood and hyposensitivity is undersensitivity. The opposite of hypo- is ...
hypoacidity
A lower than normal degree of acidity, as of the gastric juice.
hypoacusis
SYN: hypacusis.
hypoadenia
Any deficiency in the function of a glandular organ or tissue. [hypo- + G. aden, gland]
hypoadrenalism
Reduced adrenocortical function.
hypoalbuminemia
An abnormally low concentration of albumin in the blood. SYN: hypalbuminemia.
hypoaldosteronism
A condition due to deficient secretion of aldosterone; can occur in two forms: 1) as part of generalized adrenocortical insufficiency; 2) as a selective deficiency caused by a ...
hypoaldosteronuria
Abnormally low levels of aldosterone in the urine.
hypoalgesia
SYN: hypalgesia. [hypo- + G. algesis, a sense of pain]
hypoalimentation
SYN: subalimentation.
hypoazoturia
Excretion of abnormally small quantities of nonprotein nitrogenous material (especially urea) in the urine. SYN: hypazoturia. [hypo- + Fr. azote, nitrogen, + G. ouron, urine]
hypobaria
SYN: hypobarism.
hypobaric
1. Pertaining to pressure of ambient gases below 1 atmosphere. 2. With respect to solutions, less dense than the diluent or medium; e.g., in spinal anesthesia, a h. solution ...
hypobarism
Dysbarism resulting from decreasing barometric pressure on the body without hypoxia; gas in body cavities tends to expand, and gases dissolved in body fluids tend to come out of ...
hypobaropathy
Sickness produced by reduced barometric pressure; not always distinguished from hypobarism and altitude sickness. [hypo- + G. baros, weight, + pathos, suffering]
hypobetalipoproteinemia
Abnormally low levels of β-lipoproteins in the plasma, occasionally with acanthocytosis and neurological signs; autosomal dominant inheritance; caused by mutation in the ...
hypoblast
Cell layer adjacent to the yolk sac cavity and subjacent to the epiblast of a bilayered embryo. [hypo- + G. blastos, germ]
hypoblastic
Relating to or derived from the hypoblast.
hypobranchial
Located beneath the branchial apparatus.
hypobromite
A salt of hypobromous acid.
hypobromous acid
An acid, HOBr, the aqueous solution of which possesses oxidizing and bleaching properties.
Hypocalcemia
Lower-than-normal blood calcium. Low blood calcium makes the nervous system highly irritable with tetany (spasms of the hands and feet, muscle cramps, abdominal cramps, overly ...
hypocalcification
Deficient calcification of bone or teeth. - enamel h. [MIM*104500] a defect of enamel maturation, characterized by soft opaque or yellowish white lusterless enamel. A variety of ...
hypocapnia
Abnormally decreased arterial carbon dioxide tension. SYN: hypocarbia. [hypo- + G. kapnos, smoke, vapor]
hypocarbia
SYN: hypocapnia.
hypocelom
Rarely used term for the ventral portion of the celom, or body cavity, of the embryo. [hypo- + G. koilos, hollow]
Hypochloremia
Low blood levels of chloride. Chloride is the major anion found in the fluid outside of cells and in blood. An anion is the negatively charged part of certain substances such as ...
hypochloremic
Pertaining to or characterized by hypochloremia.
hypochlorhydria
Presence of an abnormally small amount of hydrochloric acid in the stomach. SYN: hypohydrochloria.
hypochlorite
A salt of hypochlorous acid.
hypochlorous acid
An acid, HOCl, having oxidizing and bleaching properties.
hypochloruria
Excretion of abnormally small quantities of chloride ions in the urine.
hypocholesteremia
SYN: hypocholesterolemia.
hypocholesterinemia
SYN: hypocholesterolemia.
hypocholesterolemia
The presence of abnormally small amounts of cholesterol in the circulating blood. SYN: hypocholesteremia, hypocholesterinemia.
hypocholia
Rarely used term for oligocholia.
hypochondria
SYN: hypochondriasis.
Hypochondriac
A person who has hypochondriasis, a disorder characterized by a preoccupation with body functions and the interpretation of normal body sensations (such as sweating) or minor ...
hypochondriacal
Relating to or suffering from hypochondriasis.
Hypochondriasis
A disorder characterized by a preoccupation with body functions and the interpretation of normal body sensations (such as sweating) or minor abnormalities (such as minor aches ...
hypochondrium
SYN: hypochondriac region. [L. fr. G. hypochondrion, abdomen, belly, from hypo, under, + chondros, cartilage (of ribs)]
Hypochondroplasia
Hypochondroplasia is a type of short-limb dwarfism with shortening especially of the ends of the limbs (termed rhizomelic dwarfism). The short stature and limb shortening can ...
hypochordal
On the ventral side of the spinal cord. [hypo- + G. chorde, cord]
hypochromasia
SYN: hypochromia.
hypochromatic
Containing a small amount of pigment, or less than the normal amount for the individual tissue. SYN: hypochromic (1). [hypo- + G. chroma, color]
hypochromatism
1. The condition of being hypochromatic. 2. SYN: hypochromia.
hypochromia
An anemic condition in which the percentage of hemoglobin in the red blood cells is less than the normal range. SYN: hypochromasia, hypochromatism (2), hypochrosis. [hypo- + ...
hypochromic
1. SYN: hypochromatic. 2. Denoting decrease in light absorption with a shift in wavelength to a lower wavelength.
hypochrosis
SYN: hypochromia. [hypo- + G. chrosis, a tinting]
hypochylia
Rarely used term for oligochylia. [hypo- + G. chylos, juice]
hypocinesis, hypocinesia
SYN: hypokinesis.
hypocitraturia
Abnormally low concentration of citrate in the urine.
hypocomplementemia
A condition in which one or another component of complement is lacking or reduced in amount; associated with immune complex diseases and cases of membranoproliferative ...
hypocone
The distolingual cusp of an upper molar tooth. [hypo- + G. konos, pine cone]
hypoconid
The distobuccal cusp of a lower molar tooth.
hypoconule
The distal, or fifth, cusp of an upper molar tooth. [hypo- + Mod. L. dim. of L. conus, cone]
hypoconulid
The distal, or fifth, cusp of a lower molar tooth. [hypo- + Mod. L. dim. of L. conus, cone]
hypocorticoidism
SYN: adrenocortical insufficiency.
hypocupremia
Reduced copper content of the blood; found in Wilson disease because ceruloplasmin is depressed, even though serum albumin-attached copper is increased. [hypo- + L. cuprum, ...
hypocycloidal
A tricyclic motion used by mechanical tomography units to optimize blurring and reduce artifacts. [hypo- + G. kuklos, circle, + -oeides, appearance]
hypocystotomy
Perineal cystotomy.
hypocythemia
Hypocytosis of the circulating blood, such as that observed in aplastic anemia. [hypo- + G. kytos, cell, + haima, blood]
hypocytosis
Varying degrees of abnormally low numbers of red and white cells and other formed elements of the blood; in some instances, the term is also used to indicate a paucity of ...
hypodactyly, hypodactylia, hypodactylism
Less than the full normal complement of digits. [hypo- + G. daktylos, finger]
hypoderm
SYN: subcutaneous tissue. [hypo- + G. derma, skin]
Hypoderma
A genus of botflies whose larvae are the cause of a tropical form of myiasis linearis (cutaneous larva migrans) of man; occasionally they invade the interior of the eye. Two ...
hypodermatoclysis
Rarely used spelling of hypodermoclysis.
hypodermatomy
Subcutaneous division of a structure. [hypo- + G. derma, skin, + tome, incision]
hypodermatosis
Infection of herbivores and humans with larvae of flies of the genus Hypoderma.
hypodermic
1. SYN: subcutaneous. 2. SYN: h. injection. 3. SYN: h. syringe.
hypodermis
subcutaneous tissue.
hypodermoclysis
Subcutaneous injection of a saline or other solution. [hypo- + G. derma, skin, + klysis, a washing out]
hypodiploid
Having a chromosome number less than the diploid number.
hypodipsia
A physiologic condition, perhaps caused by hypertonicity of body fluids, insufficient to initiate drinking but at times sufficient to sustain drinking when started; loosely, ...
hypodontia
A condition of having fewer than the normal complement of teeth, either congenital or acquired. SYN: oligodontia, partial anodontia. [hypo- + G. odous, tooth]
Hypodontia and nail dysgenesis
A genetic disorder characterized by the absence of several teeth (hypodontia) and abnormalities of the nails (nail dysgenesis) at birth. The disorder is also known as Witkop ...
hypodynamia
Diminished power. [hypo- + G. dynamis, force] - h. cordis diminished force of cardiac contraction.
hypodynamic
Possessing or exhibiting subnormal power or force.
hypoeccrisis
Reduced excretion of waste matter. [hypo- + G. eccrisis, separation]
hypoeccritic
Characterized by hypoeccrisis.
hypoechoic
A region in an ultrasound image in which the echoes are weaker or fewer than normal or in the surrounding regions. [hypo- + echo + -ic]
hypoeosinophilia
SYN: eosinopenia.
hypoesophoria
A tendency of the visual axis of one eye to deviate downward and inward, prevented by binocular vision. [hypo- + G. eso, within, + phoros, bearing]
hypoesthesia
SYN: hypesthesia.
hypoexophoria
A tendency of the visual axis of one eye to deviate downward and outward, prevented by binocular vision. [hypo- + G. exo, without, + phoros, bearing]
hypoferremia
A deficiency of iron in the circulating blood.
hypofibrinogenemia
Abnormally low concentration of fibrinogen in the circulating blood plasma.
hypofrontality
A decrease in the neuronal activity of various areas of the frontal lobes, arising from various etiologies and associated with a number of clinical symptoms or disorders.
hypofunction
Reduced, low, or inadequate function.
hypogalactia
Less than normal milk secretion. [hypo- + G. gala, milk]
hypogalactous
Producing or secreting a less than normal amount of milk.
hypogammaglobinemia
SYN: hypogammaglobulinemia.
hypogammaglobulinemia
Decreased quantity of the gamma fraction of serum globulin; sometimes used loosely to denote decreased quantity of immunoglobulins in general; associated with increased ...
hypoganglionosis
A reduction in the number of ganglionic nerve cells.
hypogastric
Relating to the hypogastrium.
hypogastrium
SYN: pubic region, pubic region. [G. hypogastrion, lower belly, fr. hypo, under, + gaster, belly]
hypogastrocele
Hernia of the lower part of the abdomen. [ hypogastrium + G. kele, hernia]
hypogastropagus
Twins joined at the hypogastrium. See conjoined twins, under twin. [ hypogastrium + G. pagos, fr. pegnynai, to fasten]
hypogastroschisis
Congenital fissure of the abdominal wall in the hypogastric region. [ hypogastrium + G. schisis, cleaving]
hypogenesis
Congenital defect of growth with underdevelopment of parts or organs of the body. [hypo- + G. genesis, origin] - polar h. a less than normal degree of development at the cephalic ...
hypogenetic
Relating to hypogenesis.
hypogenitalism
Partial or complete failure of maturation of the genitalia; commonly, a consequence of hypogonadism.
Hypogeusia
A reduced ability to taste things (to taste sweet, sour, bitter, or salty substances). Some people cannot detect tastes and are said to have ageusia. * * * Diminished sense of ...
hypoglobulia
Obsolete term for abnormally low numbers of red blood cells in the circulating blood; also used infrequently with reference to abnormally decreased proportions of erythroid ...
hypoglossal
1. Below the tongue. 2. Relating to the twelfth cranial nerve, nervus hypoglossus. SYN: hypoglossus. [L. hypoglossus fr. hypo- + glossus, tongue]
Hypoglossal nerve
The hypoglossal nerve is the twelfth cranial nerve. The twelve cranial nerves, the hypoglossal nerve included, emerge from or enter the skull (the cranium), as opposed to the ...
Hypoglossal neuropathy
Disease of the hypoglossal nerve, the twelfth cranial nerve. The twelve cranial nerves, the hypoglossal nerve included, emerge from or enter the skull (the cranium), as opposed ...
hypoglossis
SYN: hypoglottis.
hypoglossus
SYN: hypoglossal, hypoglossal. [L.]
hypoglottis
The undersurface of the tongue. SYN: hypoglossis. [G. hypoglossis, or -glottis, undersurface of tongue, fr. hypo, under, + glossa, tongue]
hypoglycemia
1. Symptoms resulting from low blood glucose (normal glucose range 60–100 mg/dL (3.3 to 5.6 mmol/L)) which are either autonomic or neuroglycopenic. Autonomic symptoms include ...
hypoglycemic
Pertaining to or characterized by hypoglycemia.
hypoglycogenolysis
Deficient glycogenolysis.
hypoglycorrhachia
Depressed concentration of glucose in the cerebrospinal fluid; a characteristic of bacterial, fungal, and tuberculous meningitis. [hypo- + G. glykys, sweet, + rhachis, spine]
hypognathous
Having a congenitally defectively developed small lower jaw. [hypo- + G. gnathos, jaw]
hypognathus
Unequal conjoined twins in which the rudimentary parasite is attached to the mandible of the autosite. See conjoined twins, under twin. [hypo- + G. gnathos, jaw]
hypogonadism
Inadequate gonadal function, as manifested by deficiencies in gametogenesis and/or the secretion of gonadal hormones; results in atrophy or deficient development of secondary ...
hypogonadotropic
Indicating inadequate secretion of gonadotropins and its consequences.
hypogranulocytosis
SYN: granulocytopenia.
hypohepatia
Rarely used term for underfunctioning of the liver. [hypo- + G. hepar, liver]
Hypohidrosis
Subnormal sweating, less sweating than usual. Hidrosis meaning sweating, so hypohidrosis is literally undersweating. * * * Diminished perspiration.
hypohydremia
Any deficiency in the amount of fluid in the blood. [hypo- + G. hydor, water, + haima, blood]
hypohydrochloria
SYN: hypochlorhydria.
Hypohydrotic
Pertaining to hypohidrosis, too little sweating.
hypoisotonic
SYN: hypotonic.
Hypokalemia
Low blood potassium. Potassium is the major positive ion (cation) found inside of cells. The chemical notation for potassium is K+. The proper level of potassium is essential for ...
hypokinemia
Reduced circulation rate; reduced volume flow through the circulation; subnormal cardiac output. [hypo- + G. kineo, to move, + haima, blood]
hypokinesis, hypokinesia
Diminished or slow movement. SYN: hypocinesis, hypocinesia, hypomotility. [hypo- + G. kinesis, movement]
hypokinetic
Relating to or characterized by hypokinesis.
hypoleukemia
SYN: subleukemic leukemia.
hypoleydigism
Subnormal secretion of androgens by the interstitial ( Leydig) cells of the testes.
hypolipoproteinemia
Decreased levels of a lipoprotein in the serum.

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