5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How does thyroid hormone deficiency affect the skin?
- What is a continual process of bone deposition (osteoblasts) and absorption (osteoclasts) -> bone can adjust to altered stress?
- How does an increase in glucocorticoids affect the CNS / Pituitary?
- Hyperosmolality and polyuria leads to intra and extracellular dehydration which can lead to hypovolemic shock/ CNS damage/anuria/coma/death; compensation by drinking?
- How do thyroid hormones affect growth and body weight in an adult animal?
- a hormone excess causes weight loss, hormone deficiency causes weight gain
- b polydipsia
- c follicle atrophy causes bilateral alopecia, myxedema, and pigmentation
- d remodeling of bone
- e decrease in ACTH, ADH, TSH, GH, FSH / LH
5 Multiple choice questions
- lack of dietary vit D, or lack of UV exposure, which leads to hypocalcemia
- diabetes mellitus
5 True/False questions
What are direct effects of growth hormone? → protein anabolic, increases amino acid uptake, DNA / RNA synthesis, protein synthesis, and mitotic rates
What are causes of Goiter? → increases intestinal and renal calcium and phosphate absorption, increases mobilization of bone
Where does activation of D hormone occur? → increases intestinal and renal calcium and phosphate absorption, increases mobilization of bone
How does an increase in thyroid hormones affect basal metabolism? → increase in neutrophils, decrease in lymphos, Eos = Stress leucogram
What is it called when lipophylic hormones induce protein synthesis, with the newly formed proteins being mostly enzymes, which now stimulate or inhibit certain metabolic pathways? → exchangeable calcium pool