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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. dwarfism
  2. galactorrhea
  3. Diabetes Insipidus
  4. Prolactinemia
  5. Temporary Hypothyroidism
  1. a usually spontaneous recovery, occurs after virus
  2. b insufficient GH
  3. c lactating
  4. d too much dopamine that inhibits prolactin
    Sx (women): galactorrhea, hirsutism,
    Sx (men): hypogonadism
  5. e insufficient ADH
    Sx: polyuria, polydipsia

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. - behind thyroid, maintains normal calcium blood levels
    -secretes PTH
  2. too much GH, linear bone growth prior to closure of epiphyseal plates
    Sx: HA, diplopia, & impotence
  3. autoimmune disorder; enlarged thyroid
    Sx: increased metabolic rate, tachycardia, exophthalmia
  4. decreased BMR, temp, & lethargy
    SX - myzxedema, hair loss, myxedema coma (no thyroid secreted)
  5. destruction of adrenal glands (2ndary to TB, fungal, or HIV)
    Rx: increase sodium intake and cortisol

5 True/False questions

  1. Adrenal Cortex secretescortisol aka stress hormone

          

  2. exophthalmiatoo much dopamine that inhibits prolactin
    Sx (women): galactorrhea, hirsutism,
    Sx (men): hypogonadism

          

  3. Congenital Hypothyroidismvery rare in infants
    - low IQ

          

  4. Acromegalythickening of bones after closure of epiphyseal plate
    SX: body hair, joint pn, coarse facial features

          

  5. Signs of HypocalcemiaTrousseau's sign - cut of BP cuff & look for spasm Chvosteck's Sign - tap facial n. & look for spasm