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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Where does activation of D hormone occur?
  2. What is stimulated by hypercalcemia and decreases activity and proliferation of osteoclasts?
  3. What happens in mineralocorticoid disease when there is a retention of K and H?
  4. What can be caused from excess cortisol, growth hormone, progesterone levels causing insulin-resistance and/or activated gluconeogenesis?
  5. 80% of body cells contain insulin receptors, what kind of tissues are these?
  1. a "shaking disease", leads to bradycardia, arrhythmia, and cardiac arrest
  2. b secondary DM or type III
  3. c liver and kidney
  4. d calcitonin
  5. e insulin-sensitive tissue

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. insufficient stimulation during dry period, inhibition by calcitonin
  2. >30 steroid hormones
  3. decreases it
  4. renal K+ excretion (via Na+/ K+ pump), renal H+ excretion (via Na+ / H+ pump)
  5. blood glucose levels

5 True/False questions

  1. What is the sodium saver, postassium and hydrogen looser?aldosterone

          

  2. What are some of the functions of the hypothalamus?defective Hb A, defective myelin in nerve sheaths, fructosamines in plasma

          

  3. What is acute hypocalcemia within 72 hours p.p. due to rapid loss of Ca via milk?parturient paresis (milk fever) in cows

          

  4. Protein hormones are _____ produced, but ______ released.slowly, quickly

          

  5. Islets of langerhans consist of?alpha cells: glucagon, beta cells: insulin and amylin, delta cells: somatostatin, F or PP cells: pancreatic polypeptide

          

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