Forms and growth hormone Hypo pituitary- Lack of hormones anterior pituitary. Hypothalamus - part of the basal encephalopathy - the area of the brain above the pituitary gland (pituitary gland), which regulates the secretion of pituitary hormones.
Chromosome - structure in the cell nucleus, the molecule consists of DNA and proteins. Chromosome number is specific for each organism. E.g. person has 46 chromosomes (23 pairs) chronic long-term, permanent.
Idiopathic - of unknown cause Insulin-like growth factor FIG Natural substance containing amino acids produced by the liver, but also other body tissues that regulate growth hormone response characteristic in cartilage, bone, muscle and adipose tissues e.g., IF-I, known as stoma to median C. Insufficiency - impairment, lack of function.
The Bone age - used to determine the biological age of the child, is used to determine the X-ray hand, healthy children should be no difference between bone age and calendar more than + - 2 years.
Metabolism - metabolism in living organisms, necessary for life. It's building (anabolism) of proteins, sugars (or carbohydrates) and fats and scanning (metabolism) of these substances into simpler elements for the production of energy.
The adrenal glands - Glands that are located above both kidneys in stimulating the pituitary gland (via ardent corticosteroid hormone) produce hormones such as cortical and ado stern.