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For discussion of endocrine disorders

1.Diabetes insipidus
Hormone affected?
Too much or too little?
2.Graves’ disease
Hormone affected?
Too much or too little?
3.Acromegaly
Hormone affected?
Too much or too little?
4.Addison’s disease
Hormone affected?
Too much or too little?
5.Stress
Hormone affected?
Too much or too little?
6.Pheochromocytoma
Hormone affected?
Too much or too little?

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