adreno-, adren-, -adrenal-

(Latin: a gland or the glands near the kidneys: ad-, "near" plus ren[es], "kidneys")

The name applies to the adrenal glands because of their proximity to the kidneys.

adrenogenic, adrenogenous
Originating from the adrenal.
adrenogenital
adrenogenous
adrenogram
A roentgenogram of one or both adrenal glands.
adrenokinetic
adrenolytic
adrenomegaly
Enlargement of the adrenal glands.
adrenomimetic
adrenopathy (s) (noun), adrenopathies (pl)
Any diseased or ailing condition of the adrenal glands.
adrenopause
adrenoprival
A loss of adrenal function, as a result of either disease or surgical excision.
adrenoreactive
A reaction to the production of hormones by the adrenal glands to bodily processes occurring due to some negative effect on the heart rate, blood pressure, the way the body uses food, or some other vital function possibly as a result of adrenalopathy or any disease of the adrenal glands.
adrenostatic
adrenotoxin
adrenotrophic