Question types

Start with

Question limit

of 731 available terms
(21 exact duplicates found)

Print test

5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Seizure/tetany
  2. Lactotrope cells produce
  3. What stimulation triggers follicular cells to reabsorb thyrogobin and secrete it's components as thyroid hormones
  4. Malignancy, Primary hyperparathyroidism, Vitamin D toxicity
  5. What are the effects of CCK?
  1. 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
  2. b Three causes of most severe hypercalcemia
  3. c Thyroid stimulating hormone
  4. d Prolactin
  5. e #1 sign of hypocalcemia

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 5 Isoforms
    Associates with different G proteins depending on the location.
  2. This hormone ensures a sufficient supply of protein, glucose, and minerals are available to the fetus.
  3. Alkalosis __________ ionized calcium (how does it effect?)
  4. fully iodized thyroglobulin; contains 4 iodines
  5. IGF-1

5 True/False questions

  1. 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


  2. CholecystokininsStimulates adrenal cortex to produce adrenocorticosteroids


  3. neurohormonefatty molecules of the immune system that regulate inflammation, especially in the lungs; they are heavily involved in the problems associated with asthma and bronchitis


  4. Decreased total calcium (40% is protein bound)What is the main function of vitamin D?


  5. Calcitonin actionsInhibition of osteoclast activity (decreased bone resorption)
    Increased excretion of calcium in kidney
    Inhibition of calcium absorption in intestine


Create Set