5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What do tropic hormones stimulate?
- What does growth hormone deficiency cause?
- What is a continual process of bone deposition (osteoblasts) and absorption (osteoclasts) -> bone can adjust to altered stress?
- What happens when hyperglycemia exceeds renal threshold, and glucosuria/ osmotic diuresis?
- How does an increase in glucocorticoids affect inflammation?
- a dwarfism and early aging
- b a peripheral endocrine gland to produce / release its own hormones
- c polyuria
- d remodeling of bone
- e decreases it
5 Multiple choice questions
- a catabolic situation
- approximately 70 amino acids
- hormone storage form, final stage of hormone synthesis
- Acromegaly caused by GH producing tumors in the pituitary gland in cats and continuously high progesterone levels in dogs
- lipolytic and glucose sparing, increases lipolysis, causes insulin resistance (diabetogenic)
5 True/False questions
When does the hormone effect end? → in secretory granules
How does thyroid hormone excess affect the circulatory and respiratory system? → tachycardia, hypertension, tachypnoe
High plasma amino acids levels stimulate what? → renal K+ excretion (via Na+/ K+ pump), renal H+ excretion (via Na+ / H+ pump)
ACTH stimulates the release of what? → progesterone
What stimulates GH release in dogs and cats? → progesterone