brain behind the bridge of your nose, produces a number of hormones. GH plays an important role in managing your physical growth.” Acromegaly is a very rare disorder that may be treated with a surgical removal of the tumor, medical therapy, and radiation therapy of the pituitary. However, there are complications to this disorder including: high blood pressure (hypertension), cardiovascular disease, particularly enlargement of the heart (cardiomyopathy), osteoarthritis, diabetes mellitus, goiter, precancerous growths (polyps) on the lining of your colon, sleep apnea, a condition in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts during sleep, carpal tunnel syndrome, spinal cord compression, and vision loss. Both Shrek and Hagrid may show the same symptoms of acromegaly, but Shrek is an ogre, which means there is no possible way that he could have that disorder since that disorder can only occur for humans. Therefore, Shrek and Hagrid do not share the same endocrine system disorder.
In this scene, Shrek is calling himself an onion because onions have layers and he believes that he have layers also, indicating that he is thick skinned. As shown in this mini clip of Hagrid hugging Harry, Hagrid is staggering tall and large.
As you can see, Shrek has enlarged hands and feet. Clearly, Hagrid has coarse, enlarged facial features. This is Shrek as a human. Obviously, he does not have any enlarged facial features and his size is normal.
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