... night sweats ), anemia , and specific paraneoplastic phenomena , i.e. specific conditions that are due to an active cancer, such as thrombosis or hormonal
Every single item in the above list has a substantial differential diagnosis (it may be associated with unrelated diseases). Often, ...
... 3A: genetic defect in beta cells.
Type 3B: genetically related insulin resistance.
Type 3C: diseases of the pancreas.
Type 3D: caused by hormonal
Type 3E: caused by chemicals or drugs.
Type 4 diabetes mellitus
Main article: Gestational diabetes mellitus
Type 4 or ...
... , chloride , and ammonium ions ), solutes (such as glucose , amino acids , phosphates , and so on) according to the body's needs under hormonal
control , or from anti-diuretic hormones , aldosterone , parathyroid hormone , atrial-natriuretic peptide and others. In this process urine is ...
... One female plays the role of a male lizard and mounts the female that is about to produce eggs. The reason the animals act this way is due to their hormonal
cycles, which cause some to act as males when levels of estrogen are low, and others to take the role of female when estrogen levels are high. ...
... loss of hair pigment (hair that should be black becomes reddish), loss of muscle mass (proteins repair muscle tissue), low body temperature, and hormonal
irregularities. Severe protein deficiency is fatal.
Excess protein can cause problems as well, such as causing the immune system to overreact, ...
... the fully mature spermatozoa.
The female counterpart to spermatogenesis is oogenesis .
The process of spermatogenesis is highly regulated via hormonal
messengers and also the cell-cell comunication between the developing germ cells (sperm cells) and the nurse-like Sertoli cells .
The Sertoli ...
... mature and are selected to survive. These cells lose either their CD4 molecules or CD8 molecules and leave the thymus via postcapillary venules.
substances (thymosin, interferon γ, interleukins, colony stimulating factors, thymopoetin) secreted by type VI epithelioreticular cells within ...