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Pathology - Endocrine Disorders
Diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Acromegaly
Most common pancreatic endocrine disorder. It's a metabolic d…
-No insulin secretion... -Typical onset starts in childhood... -10-…
-Insulin secretion (synthesis) is normal or exceeds normal... -T…
Excessive growth caused by over secretion of growth hormone b…
Diabetes
Most common pancreatic endocrine disorder. It's a metabolic d…
Type 1 Diabetes
-No insulin secretion... -Typical onset starts in childhood... -10-…
30 terms
Pathology: endocrine disorders
1. hormone levels are excessive or def…
the "final" endocrine gland
the pituitary gland
the hypothalamus
what are the two mechanisms of endocrine disorders?
what is defective in a primary endocrine disorder?
what is defective in a secondary endocrine disorder?
what is defective in a tertiary endocrine disorder?
1. hormone levels are excessive or def…
what are the two mechanisms of endocrine disorders?
the "final" endocrine gland
what is defective in a primary endocrine disorder?
39 terms
oral pathology- endocrine disorders
Hyperpituitarism
Hyperthyroidism
Hyperparathyroidism
Hypercalcemia
Usually caused by pituitary adenoma. Pituitary gland produces…
Thyrotoxicosis: Most commonly caused by graves disease
...
Increased serum calcium and phosphatase
Hyperpituitarism
Usually caused by pituitary adenoma. Pituitary gland produces…
Hyperthyroidism
Thyrotoxicosis: Most commonly caused by graves disease
Pathology - Endocrine Disorders
What does DIABETES Mellitus means?
What is Diabetes Mellitus type I?
What is Diabetes Mellitus Type II?
Cause of Diabetes Mellitus type I
Sweet Pee (Greek). Define a group of metabolic disorders char…
Insulin-dependent diabetes is an autoimmune disorder
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes caused
Number of factors, including exposure to certain drugs and ch…
What does DIABETES Mellitus means?
Sweet Pee (Greek). Define a group of metabolic disorders char…
What is Diabetes Mellitus type I?
Insulin-dependent diabetes is an autoimmune disorder
Pathology Endocrine Disorders
Endocrine System
Hormones
hyperseretion
hyposecretion
maintains homeostatsis; chemical messengers; respond to stres…
chemical messengers amnio acuds steroids secerted into blood…
too much
too little
Endocrine System
maintains homeostatsis; chemical messengers; respond to stres…
Hormones
chemical messengers amnio acuds steroids secerted into blood…
78 terms
Pathology: Endocrine & Reproductive Disorders
Adenocorticotrophic Hormone (ACTH)
Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Follicle-stimulating Hormone (FSH)
Lutenising Hormone (LH)
Anterior pituitary hormone which stimulates adrenal cortex se…
Anterior pituitary hormone which stimulates thyroid secretion…
Anterior pituitary hormone which stimulates maturation of gam…
Anterior pituitary hormone which stimulates production of var…
Adenocorticotrophic Hormone (ACTH)
Anterior pituitary hormone which stimulates adrenal cortex se…
Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Anterior pituitary hormone which stimulates thyroid secretion…
21 terms
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM DISORDERS PATHOLOGY
Hypothalamus
Hypo-Pituitarism
Hyper-pituitarism: INCREASED GH
Hypothyroidism
-Diabetes insipidus: (The less common one)... -genetic or acquir…
-Decreased pituitary hormones... -In children: retardation... -In a…
-Increased childhood = giantism... -In adulthood = acromegaly... _…
Etiology: ... -iodine deficiency (simple goiter)... -Hashimoto thyr…
Hypothalamus
-Diabetes insipidus: (The less common one)... -genetic or acquir…
Hypo-Pituitarism
-Decreased pituitary hormones... -In children: retardation... -In a…
82 terms
Endocrine/Metabolic Disorders Pathology
Endocrine system consists of...
Endocrine Glands produce/secrete _____…
Hormones=
Pituitary Gland
Pituitary glands, thyroid, and parathyroid, adrenal glands an…
hormones that travel through the body via the blood supply an…
chemicals produced by the endocrine system.
"Master Gland"... Saclike organ located at base of the brain clo…
Endocrine system consists of...
Pituitary glands, thyroid, and parathyroid, adrenal glands an…
Endocrine Glands produce/secrete _____…
hormones that travel through the body via the blood supply an…
16 terms
ENDOCRINE PATHOLOGY DISEASES AND DISORDERS
SYNDROME OF INAPPROPRIATE ADH-SIADH
DIABETES INSIPIDUS-DI
THYROID CARCINOMA
ACROMEGALY
EXCESSIVE SECRETION OF ANTIDIURETIC HORMONE
INSUFFICIENT SECRETION OF ANTIDIURETIC HORMONE
CANCER OF THYROID GLAND
EXCESSIVE GROWTH HORMONE AFTER PUBERTY CAUSING EXLARGEMENT OF…
SYNDROME OF INAPPROPRIATE ADH-SIADH
EXCESSIVE SECRETION OF ANTIDIURETIC HORMONE
DIABETES INSIPIDUS-DI
INSUFFICIENT SECRETION OF ANTIDIURETIC HORMONE
23 terms
Pathology of Endocrine Disorders
D Cells
Somatostatin?
DI cells
VIP
Somatostatin
Secreted by pancreas and pituitary. Inhibits gastric release
VIP- Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide
Increases gastric motility
D Cells
Somatostatin
Somatostatin?
Secreted by pancreas and pituitary. Inhibits gastric release
20 terms
Endocrine, metabolic and nutritional disorders - pathology
Simmonds disease
Diabetes Insipidus
Sheehan's Syndrome
dwarfism
-Pituitary... -adults... -hypo... -Causes: benign or malignant tumors,…
-pituitary ... -adults... -hypo... -causes: damage to posterior. Pitui…
-Pituitary... -Adults... -hypo... -causes: Blood loss during delivery…
-pituitary... -children... -hypo... -causes: congenital - deficiency o…
Simmonds disease
-Pituitary... -adults... -hypo... -Causes: benign or malignant tumors,…
Diabetes Insipidus
-pituitary ... -adults... -hypo... -causes: damage to posterior. Pitui…
20 terms
Pathology Class #5- Endocrine Disorders
endocrine
exocrine
pituitary gland
growth hormone (GH)
blood
goes into space, salivary
-main regulating gland... - TSH, ACTH- adrenocorticotrophic, leu…
somatic cells... -stimulate growth... -GH too high- acromegaly, gig…
endocrine
blood
exocrine
goes into space, salivary
67 terms
Endocrine Pathology- Thyroid Gland Disorders
What is the role of the thyroid gland?
Normal dimensions of the thyroid gland
Thyroid gland Microscopy:
Normal thryoid follicle
plays a major role in regulating the body's metabolism
weighs on average from 10 to 30 grams... There is a right lobe…
Composed of thyroid follicles lined by low cuboidal to column…
Lined by a cuboidal follicular epithelium with cells that can…
What is the role of the thyroid gland?
plays a major role in regulating the body's metabolism
Normal dimensions of the thyroid gland
weighs on average from 10 to 30 grams... There is a right lobe…
40 terms
Pathology Exam 3, endocrine disorders
Hormones: patterns of secretions
regulation of hypothalamus
up-regulation vs. down-regulation
Direct vs. permissive action of hormones
-diurnal: day/night pattern often (wakes you up & puts you to…
-negative feedback... -nerve input... -cytokines
-up: increase number of receptors, in response to low concent…
direct: hormones talk directly to target cell, 1 step... -permis…
Hormones: patterns of secretions
-diurnal: day/night pattern often (wakes you up & puts you to…
regulation of hypothalamus
-negative feedback... -nerve input... -cytokines
147 terms
Pathology P4 Endocrine Disorders
Ant pit
acidophils
basophils
chromophobe
adenohypophysis... 1) acidophils... 2) basophils... 3) chromophobes
1) GH... 2) LH... 3) Prolactin... -eosinophilic stain
1) TSH... 2) ACTH... 3) FSH... -basophilic
poorly stain
Ant pit
adenohypophysis... 1) acidophils... 2) basophils... 3) chromophobes
acidophils
1) GH... 2) LH... 3) Prolactin... -eosinophilic stain
54 terms
Pathology Chaptor 24 Endocrine Disorders.
what does endocrine glands secrete?
what gland is called the master gland…
what hormone is release from the pitui…
what are the endocrine hormones?
Hormones
- pituitary gland
- TROPIC HORMONE
- Thyroxine... -cortisol... -epinephrine... -growth hormone (GH)... -Para…
what does endocrine glands secrete?
Hormones
what gland is called the master gland…
- pituitary gland
80 terms
Clinco-Pathology of Endocrine Disorders, Diagnosis, and Complications
Endocrine glands
Principles of Endocrine Investigations
Common Clinical Manifestations of Endo…
Non-Specific Presentations of Endocrin…
-Hypothalamus... -Anterior pituitary gland... -Acts on an endocrine…
1. Timing of Measurement... -Release of many hormones is *rhyt…
Endocrine glands
-Hypothalamus... -Anterior pituitary gland... -Acts on an endocrine…
Principles of Endocrine Investigations
1. Timing of Measurement... -Release of many hormones is *rhyt…
48 terms
Disorders of the Cardiovascular and Endocrine System - General and Oral Pathology
cerebrovascular accident (CVA)
ischemia
edema
collateral circulation
-loss of blood flow to brain by blockage, causes effect on si…
blockage of blood flow due to some obstruction of the artery,…
-"swelling"... -when blood can't leave tissues, congests tissues
body has ability to use other veins to drain area that is ser…
cerebrovascular accident (CVA)
-loss of blood flow to brain by blockage, causes effect on si…
ischemia
blockage of blood flow due to some obstruction of the artery,…
9 terms
Endocrine, Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders 2 - Pathology
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
Hyperglycemia
Hypoglycemia
Occurs most frequently in children. It is an autoimmune condi…
The more common form of diabetes and is particularly prevalen…
an excess of glucose in the bloodstream, often associated wit…
deficiency of glucose in the bloodstream.... Symptoms: Pale, dif…
Type 1 Diabetes
Occurs most frequently in children. It is an autoimmune condi…
Type 2 diabetes
The more common form of diabetes and is particularly prevalen…
51 terms
Pathology Final Exam Part 3 (endocrine disorders)
What are the diseases associated with…
What are the pituitary disorders?
What is hyperpituitarism?
What is the cause of hyperpituitarism?
Pituitary Gland Disorders, Thyroid Gland Disorders, Adrenal C…
This includes hyperpituitarism and Hypopituitarism.
This usually refers to the effects of excessive production of…
Usually due to benign tumor (adenoma) of one or more cell typ…
What are the diseases associated with…
Pituitary Gland Disorders, Thyroid Gland Disorders, Adrenal C…
What are the pituitary disorders?
This includes hyperpituitarism and Hypopituitarism.
80 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Anterior Pituitary gland lobe is called?
Posterior Pituitary gland lobe is call…
This is the master gland that controls…
What does the Anterior part of the Pit…
Adenohyophysis
Neurohypophysis
Pituitary Gland
1. GH... 2. ACTH... 3. TSH... 4. FSH... 5. LH... 6. PRL
Anterior Pituitary gland lobe is called?
Adenohyophysis
Posterior Pituitary gland lobe is call…
Neurohypophysis
56 terms
Nervous System Disorders, Eating Disorders, Hormones and Metabolism, Endocrine Pathology
Parkinson's
Multiple Sclerosis
Lhermitte's sign
MS relapsing remitting
degenerate CNS and neurotranmitter production... sxs: bilateral,…
lesions affect sensory, pyramidal, cerebellar, visual... sxs: un…
electrical sensation down back upon neck extension... MS
episode followed by recovery
Parkinson's
degenerate CNS and neurotranmitter production... sxs: bilateral,…
Multiple Sclerosis
lesions affect sensory, pyramidal, cerebellar, visual... sxs: un…
147 terms
Pathology Endocrine
thyroid folliculad (acinar) cells secr…
brown stain for
Categories of thyroid diseases
thyrotoxicosis
thyroxine
calcitonin (parafollicular cells)
thyrotoxicosis... hypothroidism... thyroiditis... goiter... mass lesions
NOT nessesarily hyperthyroidism... hypermetabolic state... 2ndar…
thyroid folliculad (acinar) cells secr…
thyroxine
brown stain for
calcitonin (parafollicular cells)
199 terms
Pathology: Endocrine
dopamine
ACTH and MSH (hyperpigmentation)
somatomedin (IGF-1)
supra-optic and paraventricular nuclei…
what neurotransmitter released from the hypothalamus inhibits…
which 2 important products are derived from POMC?
GH induces the production of what in the liver?
vasopression (ADH) and oxytocin are made where?
dopamine
what neurotransmitter released from the hypothalamus inhibits…
ACTH and MSH (hyperpigmentation)
which 2 important products are derived from POMC?
74 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Endocrine System
Endocrine glands
How are hormones controlled?
Endocrine Pathologies
-a network of biochemical communication made up of small glan…
-hypothalamus... -pituitary... -pineal... -adrenal... -thyroid... -parathyro…
1. Negative Feedback... 2. Production of 2 different hormones wi…
1.Hyperactive: overproduction of hormones by gland... 2.Hypoacti…
Endocrine System
-a network of biochemical communication made up of small glan…
Endocrine glands
-hypothalamus... -pituitary... -pineal... -adrenal... -thyroid... -parathyro…
41 terms
Endocrine - Pathology
weight gain, hypertension, osteoporosi…
weakness, fatigue, orthostatic hypoten…
metyrapone stimulation test
most common causes of addison's
Cushing's syndrome
Adrenal Insufficiency
inhibits 11-deoxycortisol to cortisol... normal response: decre…
autoimmune in western wold... TB in developing countries
weight gain, hypertension, osteoporosi…
Cushing's syndrome
weakness, fatigue, orthostatic hypoten…
Adrenal Insufficiency
154 terms
Oral Pathology Exam #3: Developmental, Hereditary, and Congenital Disorders / Endocrine Disorders
Agenesis
Morphogenesis
Dysraphic abnormality
Congenital abnormality
complete or partial absence of an organ or body part
when embryonic cells differentiate into organs and body parts
defect caused by failure of tissues to fuse
Abnormally seen at birth; can be developmental or hereditary…
Agenesis
complete or partial absence of an organ or body part
Morphogenesis
when embryonic cells differentiate into organs and body parts
63 terms
endocrine pathology
Cushing syndrome
cushing - exogenous corticosteroids
cushing - primary adrenal adenoma, hyp…
ACTH-secreting pituitary adenoma (Cush…
increased cortisol due to numerous causes
decreased ACTH... Bilateral adrenal atrophy... most common cause
decreased ACTH... atrophy of uninvolved adrenal gland... can presen…
paraneoplastic ACTH secretion (sclc, bronchial carcinoids)... in…
Cushing syndrome
increased cortisol due to numerous causes
cushing - exogenous corticosteroids
decreased ACTH... Bilateral adrenal atrophy... most common cause
21 terms
endocrine pathology
anterior pituitary with acidophils and…
hyperfunction of pituitary= HYPERFUNCT…
pituitary adenoma- uniform population…
round, necrotic, tan = adrenal gland h…
B is a picture of the?
hyperfuntion of pituitary almost always equals a what?
If I said this is in the pituitatry gland, what is this a pic…
What is this a picture of?
anterior pituitary with acidophils and…
B is a picture of the?
hyperfunction of pituitary= HYPERFUNCT…
hyperfuntion of pituitary almost always equals a what?
73 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Adrenal cortical carcinoma
- Adrenal cortical carcinoma... - Pheoch…
- Clear cell RCC... - Retinal angiomas…
It has to be less than 1 cm in maximum…
Lipid vacuoles seen on EM in a retroperitoneal mass are diagn…
What are the three main malignant adrenal neoplasms?
The constituents of von Hippel Lindau syndrome
What makes a medullary microcarcinoma of the thyroid "micro"?
Adrenal cortical carcinoma
Lipid vacuoles seen on EM in a retroperitoneal mass are diagn…
- Adrenal cortical carcinoma... - Pheoch…
What are the three main malignant adrenal neoplasms?
8 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Normal T4, normal TSH
High T4, low TSH
High T4, high TSH
High TSH, low T4
Euthyroidism
Primary hyperthyroidism
Secondary or tertiary hyperthyroidism
Primary hypothyroidism
Normal T4, normal TSH
Euthyroidism
High T4, low TSH
Primary hyperthyroidism
39 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Invasion of the cavernous sinus by the…
Hyperprolactemia
Somatotrope adenoma
Hypofunction of the anterior pituitary…
Oculomotor palsies
Most common pituitary endocrinopathy... clinical manifestation:…
Secrete Growth Hormone ... Pathological consequences depend on t…
75% of the parenchyma is lost or absent
Invasion of the cavernous sinus by the…
Oculomotor palsies
Hyperprolactemia
Most common pituitary endocrinopathy... clinical manifestation:…
8 terms
Endocrine pathology
Addison's disease
Crushing's disease
Diabetes mellitus
Goiter
A disorder in which the adrenal glands don't produce enough h…
A condition that occurs from exposure to high cortisol levels…
A group of diseases that result in too much sugar in the bloo…
Enlargement of the thyroid gland, commonly seen with hypothyr…
Addison's disease
A disorder in which the adrenal glands don't produce enough h…
Crushing's disease
A condition that occurs from exposure to high cortisol levels…
36 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Pituitary Hyperfunction
Prolactinomas
Prolactin inhibits _____
Somatotrophic Adenomas
There are 5 different types of cells ... The common adenomas are…
>small benign tumors... >symptoms in women of reproductive age:…
LH
>macroadenomas... >clinical signs depends on age... >prepuberty = g…
Pituitary Hyperfunction
There are 5 different types of cells ... The common adenomas are…
Prolactinomas
>small benign tumors... >symptoms in women of reproductive age:…
89 terms
Endocrine Pathology
papillary carcinoma
follicular carcinoma
papillary and medullary carcinoma
B cell lymphoma, marginal zone increased
Most common type of thyroid cancer
2nd most common type of thyroid cancer
activation of receptor tyrosine kinases is seen in what type…
Hashimoto's thyroiditis is a risk factor for?
papillary carcinoma
Most common type of thyroid cancer
follicular carcinoma
2nd most common type of thyroid cancer
54 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Islet cells
Microaneurysm pathophysiology
Mononeuropathy vs polyneuropathy
Islitis
smaller than acinar cells, slightly paler cytoplasm
Different than that of arteriolosclerosis in that glycation i…
Mononeuropathy: due to diabetic microangiopathy (arterioloscl…
Type I... Lymphocytic infiltrates (T cells)
Islet cells
smaller than acinar cells, slightly paler cytoplasm
Microaneurysm pathophysiology
Different than that of arteriolosclerosis in that glycation i…
74 terms
Endocrine (PATHOLOGY)
Pituitary Gland: Number of Lobes?
Pituitary Gland
Pituitary Adenomas: Clinical Manifesta…
The MOST common types of hyper functio…
2
Nicknamed the "master gland". Attached to the hypothalamus by…
Hyperpituitarism
1. Prolactinomas, 2. Growth Hormone producing adenomas, 3. AC…
Pituitary Gland: Number of Lobes?
2
Pituitary Gland
Nicknamed the "master gland". Attached to the hypothalamus by…
11 terms
Endocrine pathology
Phaeochromocytoma
Von hippel lindau
Medullary thyroid cancer
Hashimoto
cathecholamine producing tumors arising from sympathetic para…
renal cysts... bilateral renal cell carcinoma ... haemangioblastoma…
origin in parafollicular C cells
Hypothyroidism ... autoimmune TSH receptor blockade or antibodi…
Phaeochromocytoma
cathecholamine producing tumors arising from sympathetic para…
Von hippel lindau
renal cysts... bilateral renal cell carcinoma ... haemangioblastoma…
38 terms
endocrine - pathology
hypospadias
epispadias
phimosis
peyronie disease
anomaly in which the urethral meatus opens on the ventral sur…
urethral meatus opens on the dorsal surface of the penis.
abnormal tight foreskin
subcutaneous fibrossi of the dorsum of the penis
hypospadias
anomaly in which the urethral meatus opens on the ventral sur…
epispadias
urethral meatus opens on the dorsal surface of the penis.
18 terms
Pathology Endocrine
Anterior Pituitary
Pituitary located in
Posterior Pituitary
Pituitary connects to Hypothalamus by…
adenohypophysis ... TSH/Thyrotropin... GH... Corticotropin... FSH... LH... Prol…
sella turcica
Neurohypophysis... ADH... Oxytocin
stalk
Anterior Pituitary
adenohypophysis ... TSH/Thyrotropin... GH... Corticotropin... FSH... LH... Prol…
Pituitary located in
sella turcica
9 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Graves disease
Hashimoto thyroiditis
Subacute thyroiditis/ de Quervain thyr…
Riedel thyroiditis
Production of IgG autoantibodies to TSH receptor... Microscopica…
Thyroid gland destruction and failure... Anti-thyroid peroxidase…
Preceded by a viral illness... Granulomatous thyroiditis... Painful…
Fixed, hard painless goiter... Mimicking anaplastic carcinoma
Graves disease
Production of IgG autoantibodies to TSH receptor... Microscopica…
Hashimoto thyroiditis
Thyroid gland destruction and failure... Anti-thyroid peroxidase…
74 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Main endocrine problems
Hyperplasia
Adenoma
Carcinoma
Under or over production of hormones... Functional or non-funct…
- variable enlargement of all glands
- Enlargement of one gland with atrophy of... others
- Metastasis or invasion
Main endocrine problems
Under or over production of hormones... Functional or non-funct…
Hyperplasia
- variable enlargement of all glands
73 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Adrenal cortical carcinoma
- Adrenal cortical carcinoma... - Pheoch…
- Clear cell RCC... - Retinal angiomas…
It has to be less than 1 cm in maximum…
Lipid vacuoles seen on EM in a retroperitoneal mass are diagn…
What are the three main malignant adrenal neoplasms?
The constituents of von Hippel Lindau syndrome
What makes a medullary microcarcinoma of the thyroid "micro"?
Adrenal cortical carcinoma
Lipid vacuoles seen on EM in a retroperitoneal mass are diagn…
- Adrenal cortical carcinoma... - Pheoch…
What are the three main malignant adrenal neoplasms?
37 terms
Endocrine Pathology
What is the difference between functio…
Pituitary Adenoma
Hypopituitarism
Central Diabetes Insipidus
Functional means that it produces hormones
Benign tumor off anterior pituitary that is further classifie…
Insufficient production of hormones by anterior pituitary gla…
ADH deficiency due to hypothalamic or posterior pituitary pat…
What is the difference between functio…
Functional means that it produces hormones
Pituitary Adenoma
Benign tumor off anterior pituitary that is further classifie…
19 terms
Pathology of endocrine
ADH deficiency
Multinodular goiter
Grave's disease Triad
Thyroxicosis
Machine oil... Keratin formation... Dystrophic calcification
พบก้อนเลือดกับหินปูน
Hyperparathyroidism ... Exopthalmos ... Pretibial myxedema (infiltr…
exopthalmos ... muscle wasting... tachycardia... Oligamenorrhea
ADH deficiency
Machine oil... Keratin formation... Dystrophic calcification
Multinodular goiter
พบก้อนเลือดกับหินปูน
145 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Pituitary adenomas: benign or malignant?
How do nonfunctional pituitary adenoma…
What is mass effect?
How do functional pituitary tumors pre…
benign tumor of anterior pituitary cells
With mass effect
1. Bitemporal hemianopsia from compression of the optic chias…
It depends on the hormone they're producing
Pituitary adenomas: benign or malignant?
benign tumor of anterior pituitary cells
How do nonfunctional pituitary adenoma…
With mass effect
53 terms
Oral pathology: endocrine disorders: Week 5;Quiz 5
What is the main purpose of the endocr…
Which system is the collective name fo…
Which organs are both endocrine and ex…
Which system secretes glands?
Homeostasis
The endocrine system
The liver and the pancreas
Endocrine
What is the main purpose of the endocr…
Homeostasis
Which system is the collective name fo…
The endocrine system
150 terms
Endocrine: Pathology
Cushing syndrome... --- etiology
Cushing syndrome... --- findings
Cushing syndrome... --- screening tests
Cushing syndrome... --- diagnosis
↑ cortisol due to a variety of causes:... ... Exogenous corticost…
Hypertension... weight gain... moon facies [A]... abdominal striae…
↑ free cortisol on 24-hr urinalysis... ↑ midnight salivary cort…
Measure serum ACTH. ... If ↓ , suspect adrenal tumor or exogeno…
Cushing syndrome... --- etiology
↑ cortisol due to a variety of causes:... ... Exogenous corticost…
Cushing syndrome... --- findings
Hypertension... weight gain... moon facies [A]... abdominal striae…
59 terms
General Pathology: Disorders of the Endocrine System and Diabetes Mellitus (Exam 2)
hormones produced by the hypothalamus…
hormones produced by the anterior pitu…
hormones released by the posterior pit…
hormones produced by the adrenal gland…
releasing hormones, ADH, oxytocin
GH, TSH, ACTH, prolactin, LH, FSH, MSH
ADH
mineralocorticoids, glucocorticoids, catecholamines
hormones produced by the hypothalamus…
releasing hormones, ADH, oxytocin
hormones produced by the anterior pitu…
GH, TSH, ACTH, prolactin, LH, FSH, MSH
63 terms
Endocrine Pathology
Horse Pituitary Gland
Juvenile Panhypopituitarism
Cyst Compressing the Pars Nervosa of t…
Pituitary Pyogranuloma
Horse Pituitary Gland
Juvenile Panhypopituitarism
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