5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Lactotrope cells produce
- What stimulation triggers follicular cells to reabsorb thyrogobin and secrete it's components as thyroid hormones
- Malignancy, Primary hyperparathyroidism, Vitamin D toxicity
- What are the effects of CCK?
- a -Contracts the Gall Bladder to relax the sphincter of Oddi and release Bile.
-Stimulates the Vagus nerve to stimulate secretion of digestive enzymes from the Pancreas.
-Also a neurotransmitter and stimulates satiety in the Hypothalamus.
-Inhibits acid prod. in stomach
-Stimulates prod. of somatostatin to lower acidity.
-delays gastric emptying and slows motility
- b Three causes of most severe hypercalcemia
- c Thyroid stimulating hormone
- d Prolactin
- e #1 sign of hypocalcemia
5 Multiple choice questions
- 5 Isoforms
Associates with different G proteins depending on the location.
- This hormone ensures a sufficient supply of protein, glucose, and minerals are available to the fetus.
- Alkalosis __________ ionized calcium (how does it effect?)
- fully iodized thyroglobulin; contains 4 iodines
5 True/False questions
What is the effect of stress on the body? → The brain becomes more alert, heart rate increases, digestive rate decreases, adrenal glands produce adrenal hormones
Cholecystokinins → Stimulates adrenal cortex to produce adrenocorticosteroids
neurohormone → fatty molecules of the immune system that regulate inflammation, especially in the lungs; they are heavily involved in the problems associated with asthma and bronchitis
Decreased total calcium (40% is protein bound) → What is the main function of vitamin D?
Calcitonin actions → Inhibition of osteoclast activity (decreased bone resorption)
Increased excretion of calcium in kidney
Inhibition of calcium absorption in intestine