Abnormally high levels of blood sugar that occurs mainly in patients with diabetes.
high levels of potassium in the blood; can have dangerous effects on heart function and disrupt the normal rhythm of the heart; a side effect of some blood pressure and heart failure medications
An excessive amount of fats, known as lipids, in the blood.
A noncancerous increased production and growth of normal cells in a tissue or organ. For example, breasts grow in this manner during pregnancy.
High blood pressure.
An elevated triglyceride concentration in the blood.
heart muscle disease in which the heart's wall is thickened and stiff, preventing the heart from filling with enough blood; a cause of heart failure
Enlargement of muscle tissue due to an increased workload placed on the muscle.
Abnormally low levels of blood sugar, often caused by an overdose of insulin in the treatment of diabetes.
Abnormally low levels of potassium concentration in the blood.
Blood pressure that is below normal.
Insufficient level of oxygen in the body's tissues.
Surgical removal of the uterus.