Definitions for "CUSHING'S SYNDROME"
a disorder caused by excessive secretion of the adrenal hormone cortisol. The syndrome is characterized by an accumulation of fat around the abdomen.
A disorder caused by over activity of the pituitary gland.
An endocrine disorder usually affecting young women, produced by oversecretion of cortisone and marked by mood swings, irritability, agitation, and physical disfigurement.
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See Cushing's disease.