5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is acute hypocalcemia within 72 hours p.p. due to rapid loss of Ca via milk?
- What stimulates GH release in dogs and cats?
- Where is the receptor location for hydrophilic hormones?
- What is acute hypocalcemia during the first few weeks of lactation in dogs and horses (symptoms relate to increased nerval / muscular exciteability = spasms, tetany)?
- What makes up adult bone?
- a Eclampsia, puerperal tetany
- b 1. organic matrix (30%)- collagen fibers and ground substance.
2. Salts (70%) crystalline hydroxyapatite
- c progesterone
- d cell membrane
- e parturient paresis (milk fever) in cows
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- high plasma glucose levels
- increase in neutrophils, decrease in lymphos, Eos = Stress leucogram
- lack of dietary vit D, or lack of UV exposure, which leads to hypocalcemia
- addisons disease = hypoadrenocorticism
- blood glucose levels can double within minutes
5 True/False Questions
How is T3 deactivated? → retarded CNS and body growth
All hormones affect their target tissues by forming first a what? → hormone-receptor complex
Dwarfism and early aging often affect the entire pituitary gland, what is this called? → panhypopituitarism
What are signs of growth hormone excess? → increases intestinal and renal calcium and phosphate absorption, increases mobilization of bone
What can growth hormone excess cause before sexual maturity? → dwarfism and early aging