Hyperinsulinemia vs Hyperinsulinaemia - What's the difference?

hyperinsulinemia | hyperinsulinaemia |


As nouns the difference between hyperinsulinemia and hyperinsulinaemia

is that hyperinsulinemia is (medicine) the condition of having an excessively high level of insulin in the blood, usually due to excess production while hyperinsulinaemia is (pathology) the presence of an unusually high level of insulin in the bloodstream.

hyperinsulinemia

English

Noun

  • (medicine) The condition of having an excessively high level of insulin in the blood, usually due to excess production
  • Derived terms

    *hyperinsulinemic

    hyperinsulinaemia

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • (pathology) The presence of an unusually high level of insulin in the bloodstream
  • See also

    *hypoinsulinaemia