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This video discusses some common diseases of the endocrine system. These include cancer of the thyroid and hyperthyroidism. The video also discusses diseases of the pituitary gland, including pituitary gland cancer and pancreatic cancer. Finally, the video discusses breast cancer and ovarian cancer.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses some common diseases of the endocrine system, including cancer of the thyroid, which can sometimes be caused by a change in a gene from parents to children, and hyperthyroidism, which is one of the endocrine glands that produce hormones. These hormones control many activities in the body, including how quickly the body burns calories and how quickly the heart beats. If the thyroid is too active, it produces more hormones than the body needs, which is called hypertiroidism. Diseases of the pituitary gland include pituitary gland cancer, which is a rare cancer that often starts in cells in one of the suprarenal glands, and which is generally benign. Other common cancers of the pituitary gland include pancreatic cancer, which is caused by a problem with the body's immune system attacking its own tissues, and cancer of the testicle, which is rare but can occur in either one or both testicles. Women with diabetes have high blood sugar levels because their bodies can't use insulin well. Diabetes type 1 is more common in young people, while diabetes type 2 is more common in adults. The video also discusses breast cancer, which is a cancer that can originate in any tissue in the body, and ovarian cancer, which is
  • 00:05:00 Some women with a premature ovarian failure have continued to have menstrual periods, although they may occur less frequently. A quiste is a cavity filled with fluid in most cases, and it typically disappears on its own. Some women have had quistes in their ovaries at some point in their lives. The syndrome of ovario poliquístico occurs when the female reproductive glands produce too many male hormones. Symptoms include infertility or pain in the pelvic area.

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