Endocrinology Neoplasia

Endocrine neoplasia is a group of disorders that influence the body's system of hormone-delivering organs called the endocrine framework. Hormones are compound dispatchers that movement through the circulatory system and control the capacity of cells and tissues all through the body. Numerous endocrine neoplasias commonly include tumors (neoplastic) in something like two endocrine organs; tumors can likewise create in different organs and tissues. These developments can be noncancerous (favorable) or harmful (threatening). In the event that the tumors become carcinogenic, the condition can be perilous.

  • Endocrine neoplasia types
  • Endocrine neoplasia diagnosis
  • Endocrine neoplasia treatment

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