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- noun a glandular disorder caused by excessive cortisol
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Myron, the male, became ill some years ago and lived fairly well with Cushing's disease, more accurately referred to as hyperadrenocorticism, the production of too much corticosteroids.
I read about hyperadrenocorticism and feminizing testes and something called cryptorchidism, which applied to me.
Common diseases that cause an increase in urine volume are diabetes, hyperadrenocorticism Cushing's disease, kidney dysfunction and liver dysfunction.