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What is element hypertrophy?

Hypertropphy: Just means that something is increased in size. For example lots of weight lifting leads to muscle hypertrophy. ...Read more

Hypertrophy (Definition)

Hypertrophy is an increase in size of an organ or tissue, or a particular part of the body. Examples include muscle hypertrophy due to lifting weights, ventricular hypertrophy (enlargement of a ventricle of the heart) due to high blood pressure or other heart disorders, or prostatic hypertrophy (enlargement of ...Read more


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What is hypertrophy and who do you see for it?

What type of doctor : You see is determined by what type or tissue or organ is enlarged. ...Read more

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Can you tell me, are slow reps better for hypertrophy?

Can you tell me, are slow reps better for hypertrophy?

And: The end of the day is what exercise helped breakdown the muscle better, follow by period of rest for buildup. Light, repetitive improves definition. ...Read more

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How long should I workout ? Optimal time duration for workouts ? To maximise hypertrophy :)

How long should I workout ?
Optimal time duration for workouts ? To maximise hypertrophy :)

Three times a week: I like to do aerobic exercise 5-6 times a week in an activity you like for at least 20-30 min Regarding weight training - do a decent workout - time shouldn't be the issue You should be a iittle sore for a day but not 2 or 3 days after ...Read more

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What is facet hypertrophy?

What is facet hypertrophy?

Arthritis: The spine has disks and facet joints at each level. The disks in the front of the spine begin to wear initially. This is followed by loss of height at the disk and then the facet joints begin to wear out. The body builds bone spurs around the joint which is facet hypertrophy in an attempt to stabilize the joint. This is typical of arthritis in hips, knees, knuckles etc. ...Read more

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What is multilevel facet degenerative hypertrophy?

What is multilevel facet degenerative hypertrophy?

Arthritis.: It is a relatively normal finding in the spine as we age. Sometimes, bone spur formation can put pressure on nearby nerves and pinch them, causing lots of pain, weakness, or numbness. If you are concerned, speak to your physician. ...Read more

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How to know what is benign prostate hypertrophy and what are the symptoms?

How to know what is benign prostate hypertrophy and what are the symptoms?

Obstructive Sx.: BPH is a benign enlargement of the prostate glands that occurs in virtually all males as they age. If the lumen of the lower urinary tract is narrowed, obstructive voiding symptoms may develop. These include a weak stream, straining to void, hesitancy, stopping and starting, incomplete emptying, and dribbling among others. ...Read more

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Will the remaining remaining half of my thyroid hypertrophy attempting to compensate for the missing half without my taking thyroid med?

Will the remaining remaining half of my thyroid hypertrophy attempting to compensate for the missing half without my taking thyroid med?

Hemithyroidectomy: Yes. If 1/2 your thyroid is removed, the other 1/2 will hypertrophy. Half a thyroid will make enough hormone to keep you normal....If...(big if) that 1/2 thyroid is normal, and not diseased. Why was part of the thyroid removed? If it was hashimotos, then the other 1/2 may be affected too, and may not be normal. ...Read more