5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is stimulated by cold and inhibited by stress?
- What is released from the anterior pituitary gland into circulation?
- What is the key phrase for glucagon?
- Dwarfism and early aging often affect the entire pituitary gland, what is this called?
- What are the causes of type II DM?
- a panhypopituitarism
- b Hypothalamic TRH release
- c glucagon opposes the insulin effects on carbohydrate metabolism in the liver
- d unknown, obesity, can be reversible with weight loss
- e tropic hormone
5 Multiple choice questions
- corticotropin releasing hormone
- increase in lipolysis, betaoxidation, bile secretion (geared toward supplying fat for energy)
- neurons, retina, lens, blood cells, pancreatic beta cells, kidney, GI mucosa, placenta
- decreases it
- exchangeable calcium pool
5 True/False questions
What happens with the stimulation of hepatic glycogenolysis? → defects of the thyroid gland (autoimmune, lymphocytic infiltration or idiopathic atrophy)
What are peptide/ protein hormones (hydrophilic)? → pancreatic hormones, many hypothalamic hormones, most pituitary gland hormones, parathyroid hormone
High plasma amino acids levels stimulate what? → a peripheral endocrine gland to produce / release its own hormones
How does thyroid hormones affect the CNS? → after dissociation from receptor, after internalization of receptor-hormone complex or degredation
How does parathyroid hormone control the plasma calcium and phosphate levels? → parathyroid hormone (PTH)