Chronic growth of the extremities and face
- enhancement of bones of fingers and legs and face; usually combined with headache and muscle mass pain and psychological disturbances; caused by overproduction of growth hormone by the anterior pituitary gland (considering a tumor)
- Chronic enlargement associated with extremities and face.
An endocrine illness described as huge limbs, protruding jaw, and a prominent forehead. These physical features are due to extortionate release of IGF-1 (insulin development factor-1) considering a tumor within pituitary gland. Many humans and creatures that have acromegaly tend to be of abnormally big stature and a tend having other health complications including resistant diabetes mellitus and cardiac condition.
Condition due to the production of way too much growth hormones because of the pituitary gland after the end of adolescence.
"gigantism due to activity of pituitary after normal development has actually ceased," 1886, from French acrom
An issue caused by exorbitant hgh when the extremities become bigger in size.
(letter.) Chronic enlargement for the extremities and face.