hypothyroid

Medical Dictionary

hypothyroid hy·po·thy·roid (hī'pō-thī'roid')
adj.
Affected by or manifesting hypothyroidism.

American Heritage
Medical Dictionary

hypothyroidism hy·po·thy·roid·ism (hī'pō-thī'roi-dĭz'əm)
n.

  1. Insufficient production of thyroid hormones.

  2. A pathological condition resulting from thyroid insufficiency, which may lead to cretinism or myxedema.

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