5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How does an increase in glucocorticoids affect muscle tissue?
- 80% of body cells contain insulin receptors, what kind of tissues are these?
- How does thyroid hormone excess affect the circulatory and respiratory system?
- What is a peptide hormone, secreted in pancreatic alpha cells and the stomach, and the half life ~ 5 min?
- Hyperosmolality and polyuria leads to intra and extracellular dehydration which can lead to hypovolemic shock/ CNS damage/anuria/coma/death; compensation by drinking?
- a decrease in muscle tissue, connective tissue, bone matrix
- b insulin-sensitive tissue
- c Glucagon
- d polydipsia
- e tachycardia, hypertension, tachypnoe
5 Multiple choice questions
- lethargy, weight gain, exercise intolerance, heat seeking, skin alterations are most common
- Type I DM
- Glucocorticoid Deficiency
- lipolytic and glucose sparing, increases lipolysis, causes insulin resistance (diabetogenic)
5 True/False questions
What is the absolute or relative lack of insulin leading to impaired carbohydrate, lipid, and protein metabolism? → diabetes mellitus
How is T3 deactivated? → by peripheral tissue de-iodinases and excreted via liver after conjugated with glucoronic acid
What are characteristics on insulin? → protein hormone, stored in vesicles, circulation after secretion in free form, half-life 6-10 min, dehydration in liver
What is Cretinism? → by peripheral tissue de-iodinases and excreted via liver after conjugated with glucoronic acid
Steroid hormones are derived from what? → cholesterol