Adult Theater - Hot Wife In A Blue Dress - adult cretinism


adult cretinism - Adult Theater - Hot Wife In A Blue Dress

The key difference between dwarfism and cretinism is that dwarfism refers to a condition of growth retardation that causes an abnormally short adult stature while cretinism is a condition arising from the deficiency of thyroid hormone, which causes dwarfism and mental retardation. Cretinism; a type of dwarfism in which the individual retains childlike proportions and is mentally retarded. Insulin. falling hair, low basal metabolic rate, obesity (myxedema in the adult) Growth Hormone. Lantern Jaw; large hands and feet (acromegaly in the adult) Thyroxine. Bulging eyeballs, nervousness, increased pulse rate, weight loss.

Cretinism is the most serious IDD and occurs when a pregnant women is severely iodine deficient. Congenital hypothyroidism, previously known as cretinism, is a severe deficiency of thyroid hormone in newborns. It causes impaired neurological function, stunted growth, and .

Cretinism or Congenital Hypothyroidism occurs when there are inborn anomalies in thyroid metabolism. For the production of thyroid hormones, T3 and T4, the thyroid gland uses tyrosine and iodine. The iodide is attached to the thyroid follicular cells through the active transport system. Adult stature ranges from 1 to meters without treatment, depending on the severity of the disease, sex and other genetic factors. In adults, cretinism results in mental deterioration, swelling of the skin, loss of water and hair. Bone maturation and puberty are severely delayed. In women, ovulation is impeded and infertility is common.

Cretinism is a congenital disorder meaning it is present at birth. In this disorder, there is reduced or absent thyroid function as well as the production of thyroid hormone. If this condition is not treated in time, it may result in severe stunted mental and physical growth of a baby. Ahuja MM, Chopra IJ, Sridhar CB. Sporadic cretinism and juvenile hypothyroidism. Metabolism. Jun; 18 (6)– BLIZZARD RM, CHANDLER RW, LANDING BH, PETTIT MD, WEST CD. Maternal autoimmunization to thyroid as a probable cause of athyrotic cretinism. N Engl J Med. Aug 18; – GABR M.