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5 Matching questions

  1. thyroid gland
  2. List the 3 mechanisms by which PTH increases the plasma calcium concentration
  3. 2 most common causes of mitral regurgitation
  4. pinealocytes
  5. carboxypeptidase A
  1. a enzyme: ectopeptidase for products of chymotrypsin and elastase
  2. b INCREASES OSTEOCLAST ACTIVITY RELEASING CALCIUM INTO THE BLOOD
    INCREASES RENAL TUBULAR REABSORPTION OF CALCIUM
    STIMULATES RENAL SYNTHESIS OF CALCITRIOL (VITAMIN D)
  3. c secrete either Melatonin or Serotonin
  4. d 1) Rheumatic fever;
    2) Dilation of left ventricle (LVH, usually 2/2 CHF)
  5. e tongue evagination (endoderm epith of pharnyx) -> thryoglossal duct --> add ultimobranchial bodies -> parafollicular cells/C- thyrocytes, completed in 12 weeks w/ colloid (thyrogolubin) in lumen

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Causes of bronchiectasis
  2. transports cholesterol to many tissues
  3. surrounding the opening to the urethra
  4. GH
  5. Pneumothorax;
    Sources: Lung, Chest wall, Esophagus, Bacterial metabolism in Ix

5 True/False questions

  1. Davenport diagramgraphical representation of CO2 + H2O <-> H2O <-> H+ + HCO3-

          

  2. restrictive lung diseaseclinical: char by dec FEV1, norm FEV1:FVC (0.8), dec FVC, norm FEF25-75, dec compliance ex: fibrosis

          

  3. Follicle Stimulating HormoneThese drugs are effective for rapid relief of acute thyrotoxicosis (thyroid storms)

          

  4. cTn fx, use & valuesCardiac troponin. Regulates calcium binding in cardiomyocytes.Gold standard for ACS, establishes irreversible necrosis. cTnT: >0.1 ng/mL; cTnI: >0.04 ng/mL

          

  5. A person eventually loses consciousness (faints) if they continue to stand absolutely still. Why?will require close monitoring with use