5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Where does activation of D hormone occur?
- What is stimulated by hypercalcemia and decreases activity and proliferation of osteoclasts?
- What happens in mineralocorticoid disease when there is a retention of K and H?
- What can be caused from excess cortisol, growth hormone, progesterone levels causing insulin-resistance and/or activated gluconeogenesis?
- 80% of body cells contain insulin receptors, what kind of tissues are these?
- a "shaking disease", leads to bradycardia, arrhythmia, and cardiac arrest
- b secondary DM or type III
- c liver and kidney
- d calcitonin
- e insulin-sensitive tissue
5 Multiple choice questions
- insufficient stimulation during dry period, inhibition by calcitonin
- >30 steroid hormones
- decreases it
- renal K+ excretion (via Na+/ K+ pump), renal H+ excretion (via Na+ / H+ pump)
- blood glucose levels
5 True/False questions
What is the sodium saver, postassium and hydrogen looser? → aldosterone
What are some of the functions of the hypothalamus? → defective Hb A, defective myelin in nerve sheaths, fructosamines in plasma
What is acute hypocalcemia within 72 hours p.p. due to rapid loss of Ca via milk? → parturient paresis (milk fever) in cows
Protein hormones are _____ produced, but ______ released. → slowly, quickly
Islets of langerhans consist of? → alpha cells: glucagon, beta cells: insulin and amylin, delta cells: somatostatin, F or PP cells: pancreatic polypeptide