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Medical Terminology Chapter 4
amyxia
anesthesiology
angiogram
arachnolysin
deficiency of mucous secretion
branch of medicine to control pain
record of size, shape, and location of vessels
hymolysin (agent destructive to red blood cells) in spider ve…
amyxia
deficiency of mucous secretion
anesthesiology
branch of medicine to control pain
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Physiology Endocrine: Why I missed It concepts (WIMI)
FSH, TSH, hCG, LH
ACTH, FTH, CCK, (these can mix with th…
Cortisol, estrogen, testosterone, aldo…
Thyroxine, epinephrine
Physiology WIMI: Endocrinology ... Hormone classes... What are…
Physiology WIMI: Endocrinology ... Hormone classes... What are…
Physiology WIMI: Endocrinology ... Hormone classes... What are…
Physiology WIMI: Endocrinology ... Hormone classes... What are…
FSH, TSH, hCG, LH
Physiology WIMI: Endocrinology ... Hormone classes... What are…
ACTH, FTH, CCK, (these can mix with th…
Physiology WIMI: Endocrinology ... Hormone classes... What are…
39 terms
created on December 2, 2016
Clinical Medicine: Obesity (RE_050)
obesity
BMI
obesity
Thermogenesis model
obesity
BMI
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Roots #9
Dur
Endo
Exo
Fract,frag, frang, fray
Hard
Within
Out of, outside
To break
Dur
Hard
Endo
Within
32 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Lesson 13: Endocrine System: Define Them Yourself!
thyroidectomy
acromegaly
adenopathy
adrenalectomy
surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland
the pituitary produces excessive amounts of GH
enlargement of lymph nodes anywhere in your body
organ-removal surgery that removes one or both of your adrena…
thyroidectomy
surgical removal of all or part of the thyroid gland
acromegaly
the pituitary produces excessive amounts of GH
37 termscreated on December 2, 2016
Medicine Exam 6 Endocrinology Pituitary Gland
Hormones released from hypothalamus to…
Hormones released from anterior pituit…
Most common cause of hypopituitarism
Kallman syndrome
Gonadotropin releasing hormone... Growth hormone releasing hormo…
FSH/LH... GH... PRL... TSH... ACTH
Mass lesion (tumor)... Can also be hemochromatosis so check iron…
Gonadotropin def... Hypogonadism, anosmia or hyposmia, unilatera…
Hormones released from hypothalamus to…
Gonadotropin releasing hormone... Growth hormone releasing hormo…
Hormones released from anterior pituit…
FSH/LH... GH... PRL... TSH... ACTH
29 termscreated on December 2, 2016
PGY 300: Endocrinology
What factor is directly responsible fo…
Which hormones stimulate glucose mobil…
One of the major functions of growth h…
Identify the feature or symptom of typ…
Acetylcholine released from sympathetic nerves
Glucagon and Cortisol
IGF1 (Insulin-like growth factor 1)
Insulin resistance
What factor is directly responsible fo…
Acetylcholine released from sympathetic nerves
Which hormones stimulate glucose mobil…
Glucagon and Cortisol
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LA reproductive endocrinology
What is an alternative to castration t…
What controls the development of a pre…
How long do you leave a CIDR/PRID in a…
Removal of progesterone has what effec…
Immunization against GnRH
Frequency of LH pulses
12 days
Causes it to peak
What is an alternative to castration t…
Immunization against GnRH
What controls the development of a pre…
Frequency of LH pulses
46 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrine System
Endocrinology involves the study of th…
Autocrines are long-distance chemical…
Steroid hormones are synthesized from…
Any given hormone will influence the a…
Hormones
False
Cholesterol
It's target cells
Endocrinology involves the study of th…
Hormones
Autocrines are long-distance chemical…
False
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Anatomy: Medical Professions
Anesthesiology
Cardiology
Dermatology
Endocrinology
Delivering medicine to relieve pain before/during/after surgery
Studies the diseases and abnormalities of the heart
Study of the skin and its diseases
Study of hormones/ hormone-secreting glands
Anesthesiology
Delivering medicine to relieve pain before/during/after surgery
Cardiology
Studies the diseases and abnormalities of the heart
39 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Veterinary Technology - Endocrinology
Acromegaly
Addison's Disease
Cushing's Disease
Diabetes Insipidus
Enlargement of the extremities caused by excessive secretion…
Disorder caused by deficient adrenal cortex function; also ca…
disorder caused by excessive adrenal cortex production of glu…
Insufficient antidiuretic hormone (ADH) production or the ina…
Acromegaly
Enlargement of the extremities caused by excessive secretion…
Addison's Disease
Disorder caused by deficient adrenal cortex function; also ca…
81 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Branches of biology
Study of fishes
Study of birds
Study of mollusks
Study of airborne particles
Ichthylogy
ornithology
malacology
aerobiology
Study of fishes
Ichthylogy
Study of birds
ornithology
10 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrinology
Hypothalamus
Hypophysis
Pineal Gland
Thyroid Gland
Hypothalamus
Hypophysis
43 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Allied Health 12
Endocrinology
Enteritis
Erythrocyte
Exocrine Glands
Study of the endocrine glands
inflammation of the intestine
red blood cells
glands that produce chemicals that leave the body through tubes
Endocrinology
Study of the endocrine glands
Enteritis
inflammation of the intestine
43 termscreated on December 1, 2016
AHS Quiz #12
endocrinology
enteritis
erthrocyte
exocrine glands
within the study of endocrine glands
inflammation of small intestines
red blood cell
glands that produce chemicals that leave the body through the…
endocrinology
within the study of endocrine glands
enteritis
inflammation of small intestines
47 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Ch. 14 Endocrine System
Antagonistic
electrolyte
glucagon
glucose
acting in opposition; mutually opposing
mineral salt that carries an electrical charge in solution
hormone produced by pancreatic alpha cells that stimulates th…
simple sugar that is the end product of carbohydrate digestion
Antagonistic
acting in opposition; mutually opposing
electrolyte
mineral salt that carries an electrical charge in solution
80 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Med. Term Ch. 14 - Endocrine System
-Hormones... -Endocrine system includes:
-antagonistic... -electrolyte... -sympathomi…
-glucagon
-glucose
-specialized chemicals... -Pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adre…
-acting in opposition/opposing... -mineral salt that carries an…
-hormone produced by pancreatic alpha cells that stimulates t…
-simple sugar that is the end produce of carbohydrate digeston
-Hormones... -Endocrine system includes:
-specialized chemicals... -Pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adre…
-antagonistic... -electrolyte... -sympathomi…
-acting in opposition/opposing... -mineral salt that carries an…
50 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Biology -ologies
Andrology
Anesthesiology
Angelolgy
Angiology
Male physiology study of male medicine
Blocking felling or pain
Study of angel
Circulatory and lymphatic diseases
Andrology
Male physiology study of male medicine
Anesthesiology
Blocking felling or pain
157 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Exam #3 Repro
testosterone, DHT
cholesterol
aromatase
5a reductase
what are 2 androgens used in receptor and steroid synthesis?
what is testosterone derived from?
testosterone is converted to estradiol via what enzyme?
testosterone is converted to DHT via what enzyme?
testosterone, DHT
what are 2 androgens used in receptor and steroid synthesis?
cholesterol
what is testosterone derived from?
20 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Hyperthyroidism
Canine tumor that causes hyperthyroidism
Most common tumor of cats
Signs of hyperthroidism
Differentials diagnosis
-thyroid carcinoma
-multinodular adenomatous hyperplasia
-weight loss despite increased appetite... -hyperactivity/restle…
-Diabetes... -GI disease = lymphoma
Canine tumor that causes hyperthyroidism
-thyroid carcinoma
Most common tumor of cats
-multinodular adenomatous hyperplasia
31 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Chapter 50: Care of the patient with an endocrine disorder
Chvostek's sign
dysphagia
endocrinologist
glycosuria
abnormal spasm of the facial muscles elicited by light taps o…
difficulty swallowing
physician who specializes in endocrinology
abnormal presence of sugar, especially glucose in the urine
Chvostek's sign
abnormal spasm of the facial muscles elicited by light taps o…
dysphagia
difficulty swallowing
313 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Chapter 11: Endocrine Glands
Hypothalamus
Thyroid Glands
Pancreas
Ovaries
-- regulates hunger, thirst, sleep and wakefulness plus most…
-- regulates your energy and your metabolism
-- aids in the digestion of protein, fats and carbohydrates... -…
-- influences how your blood circulates and determines your m…
Hypothalamus
-- regulates hunger, thirst, sleep and wakefulness plus most…
Thyroid Glands
-- regulates your energy and your metabolism
21 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrinology
Endocrinology
Endocrine Glands
Humoral Stimuli
Neural Stimuli
the study of the biological effects of hormones released by e…
ductless glands that release chemical regulators called hormo…
changes in the levels of chemicals in the body's humors (flui…
activation of the nervous system stimulates release of hormones
Endocrinology
the study of the biological effects of hormones released by e…
Endocrine Glands
ductless glands that release chemical regulators called hormo…
42 termscreated on December 1, 2016
AH Quiz 12
endocrinology
enteritis
erythrocyte
exocrine glands
study of endocrine glands and their functions
inflammation of small intestine
red blood cells
secrete products into dusts that empty into a surface
endocrinology
study of endocrine glands and their functions
enteritis
inflammation of small intestine
42 termscreated on December 1, 2016
AHS Medterm #12
endocrinology
enteritis
erythrocyte
exocrine glands
the study of endocrine glands
inflammation of the small intestine
red blood cells
glands that produce chemicals that leave the body through tub…
endocrinology
the study of endocrine glands
enteritis
inflammation of the small intestine
75 termscreated on December 1, 2016
final
Colchicine
Allopurinol
Febuxostat
Probenecid
used for acute gout... binds to tubulin
used for chronic gout... decreases uric acid synthesis
used for chronic gout... decreases uric acid synthesis... inhibit…
increases uric acid excretion... inhibits URAT1
Colchicine
used for acute gout... binds to tubulin
Allopurinol
used for chronic gout... decreases uric acid synthesis
43 termscreated on December 1, 2016
MedTerm Quiz 12
endocrinology
enteritis
erythrocyte
exocrine glands
study of endocrine glands
inflammation of the small intestine
red blood cells
glands that produce chemicals that leave the body through tub…
endocrinology
study of endocrine glands
enteritis
inflammation of the small intestine
7 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Hirsutism etc
Causes of hirsutism
Test for hirsutism
Management
Virilism
Familial, idiopathic or due to increased androgen secretion b…
Bloods - raised testosterone, raised LH:FSH ratio, TSH, lipid…
Oestrogen - COCP... Metformin and spironolactone... Clomifene for i…
Onset of amenorrhea, deep voice, hirsutism
Causes of hirsutism
Familial, idiopathic or due to increased androgen secretion b…
Test for hirsutism
Bloods - raised testosterone, raised LH:FSH ratio, TSH, lipid…
27 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Biomes tech ANIMALS
What are animals used for in research
Why are animals used in bio medical re…
Cats
Dogs
Animals are used to learn about biological systems and the il…
It is not ethical to test substances or drugs with a note and…
Auditory
Cardiovascular system and the endocrine system
What are animals used for in research
Animals are used to learn about biological systems and the il…
Why are animals used in bio medical re…
It is not ethical to test substances or drugs with a note and…
31 termscreated on December 1, 2016
ZOOL 352 Endocrine
What is the function of hormones?
What are hormones?
What are the three ways that proteins…
What is the study of endocrinology per…
regulates chemical reaction in cells therefore control functi…
chemical messengers secreted into the blood by specialized ep…
-Control the rate of enzymatic reactions... -Control the transpo…
communication systems and information transfer
What is the function of hormones?
regulates chemical reaction in cells therefore control functi…
What are hormones?
chemical messengers secreted into the blood by specialized ep…
25 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Med term chapter 15 terms
hypersecretion
hyposecretion
endocrinology
acidosis
abnormally high hormone production
abnormally low hormone production
treatment of endocrine diseases
sign of excess acid in the body
hypersecretion
abnormally high hormone production
hyposecretion
abnormally low hormone production
19 termscreated on December 1, 2016
L43- Principles of Endocrinology- Circadian Rhythms- Calcium Control
Hormones
Plasma Hormone Concentrations
Negative Feedback
Neuroendocrine Reflexes
-released from endocrine glands into the blood- go everywhere…
-controlled by feedback mechanisms... -hydrophillic hormones can…
-concentrations vary minimally around a set point... -falling co…
-neural activation can produce a rapid increase in hormone re…
Hormones
-released from endocrine glands into the blood- go everywhere…
Plasma Hormone Concentrations
-controlled by feedback mechanisms... -hydrophillic hormones can…
66 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Ethics Final Exam: Vocabulary and Concepts
Ensoulment
Violinist Argument: Of abortion
When the fetus starts to move... -about 120 days
-You can choose whether to keep the person alive or not... -but…
Ensoulment
When the fetus starts to move... -about 120 days
Violinist Argument: Of abortion
-You can choose whether to keep the person alive or not... -but…
20 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Principles of Endocrinology-Circadian Rhythms-Calcium Control
Hormones
Plasma Hormone Concentration
Negative Feedback
Neuroendocrine Reflexes
Releases from endocrine glands into the blood-go everywhere... -…
Controlled by feedback mechanisms... HydroPHILIC Hormones can c…
Concentrations vary minimally around a set point-body tries t…
Neural Activation can produce a rapid increase in hormone rel…
Hormones
Releases from endocrine glands into the blood-go everywhere... -…
Plasma Hormone Concentration
Controlled by feedback mechanisms... HydroPHILIC Hormones can c…
42 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Bio 235 Final - Endocrinology
Main differences between hormones and…
How are hormones transported?
Two classification of hormones
hormones/neurotransmitter:... released into blood/electrical to…
by blood
- Neuro-hormones... - Classical hormones
Main differences between hormones and…
hormones/neurotransmitter:... released into blood/electrical to…
How are hormones transported?
by blood
77 termscreated on December 1, 2016
A&P 1 Final
Anatomy
inspection
palpation
ausculation
study of form
visual observation
examination by feeling
examination by listening
Anatomy
study of form
inspection
visual observation
67 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Medical Terms - Chapter 13
Acidosis
Acromegaly
Addison disease
Adenectomy
Condition of excessive acidity of body fluids
Characterized (in the adult) by marked enlargement and elonga…
Results from a deficiency in the secretion of adrenocortical…
Surgical excision of a gland
Acidosis
Condition of excessive acidity of body fluids
Acromegaly
Characterized (in the adult) by marked enlargement and elonga…
43 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Ch. 16: Endocrine System
endocrine system is second in homeosta…
hormones defined
endocrine glands are ______
hormones are secreted by ___________
nervous
chemical messengers released into the blood to regulate speci…
ductless
endocrine glands and tissues
endocrine system is second in homeosta…
nervous
hormones defined
chemical messengers released into the blood to regulate speci…
72 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Chapter 6: Medical & Health Professions
audiology
bacteriology
biology
cardiology
the science concerned with the sense of hearing, especially t…
scientific study of bacteria
study of living organisms
study of the heart and its functions
audiology
the science concerned with the sense of hearing, especially t…
bacteriology
scientific study of bacteria
8 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Intro to Clinical Endocrinology - Cohen
Trophic and Target Hormones
Etiology of endocrine dysfunction
Functional Abnormalities - Deficiency
Functional Abnormalities - Excess
- Trophic hormones control the levels of target hormones... - Th…
Genetic ... - Enzyme deficiency - congenital adrenal hyperplasia…
Primary Hormone Deficiency ... - Characteristic clinical syndrom…
Primary Hormone Excess ... - Characteristic clinical syndrome ... -…
Trophic and Target Hormones
- Trophic hormones control the levels of target hormones... - Th…
Etiology of endocrine dysfunction
Genetic ... - Enzyme deficiency - congenital adrenal hyperplasia…
46 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrinology Quiz 4
Terman
superior cervical ganglion
Axelrod
norepinephrine
shift circadian rhythm with melatonin
SCG
melatonin biochemical pathway
NE
Terman
shift circadian rhythm with melatonin
superior cervical ganglion
SCG
52 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrinology
adeno
adreno
adrenalo
crino
gland
adrenal gland
adrenal gland
to secrete
adeno
gland
adreno
adrenal gland
22 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrine system
Extremities
Gland
Adrenal glands (2)
Calcium
Acr/o
Aden/o
Adren/o, Adrenal/o
Calc/i
Extremities
Acr/o
Gland
Aden/o
92 termscreated on December 1, 2016
NPLEX II - Endocrinology (Anderson)
Best to worst assay reliability in sal…
Why test saliva? MOA
Diagnosing Cushing's
DHEAS analysis
Cortisol,... Estrogen / Testosterone / DHT / ASD / DHEA,... Free T3…
Salivary glands are a "filter" for blood;... Salivary gland remo…
Dexamethasone suppression test
Evaluation of hirsutism; good indicator for adrenal function
Best to worst assay reliability in sal…
Cortisol,... Estrogen / Testosterone / DHT / ASD / DHEA,... Free T3…
Why test saliva? MOA
Salivary glands are a "filter" for blood;... Salivary gland remo…
21 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrinology of pregnancy
Where is Oestrodiol released from
What does the corpus luteum release
T/F - Progesterone and FSH can be rele…
What two hormones contribute to inulin…
Ovum
Progesterone
F - only progesterone, lactogens adn oestrogens
Progesterones... Human Placenta lactogen
Where is Oestrodiol released from
Ovum
What does the corpus luteum release
Progesterone
27 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrinology Exam 3 Findings
Researchers found differences in
then found that obesity is associated…
What's the mechanism?
Simplified mechanism:
gut bacteria between lean & obese humans (& rodents)
low-grade inflammation
macrophages in obese adipose tissue are activated to produce…
obesity... >inflammation... >insulin resistance... >high blood glucose…
Researchers found differences in
gut bacteria between lean & obese humans (& rodents)
then found that obesity is associated…
low-grade inflammation
53 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Endocrinology of menstrual cycle
Where is GnRH released from?
Where are LH and FSH secreted from?
What stimulates release of LH and FSH?
On what kind of cells do you find LH r…
Hypothalamus
Anterior pituitary
GnRH
Theca cells
Where is GnRH released from?
Hypothalamus
Where are LH and FSH secreted from?
Anterior pituitary
16 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Pancreas
Endocrine function-Pancreas
Exocrine function-Pancreas
Digestive enzymes
Digestive fluid secretion
islet of langerhans secretes insulin, glucagon, gastrin, and…
Digestive fluid containing bicarbonate and digestive enzymes…
lipase,amylase, trypsin, chymotrypsin, elastase, collagenase,…
is regulated by the vagus nerve and the endocrine hormones ch…
Endocrine function-Pancreas
islet of langerhans secretes insulin, glucagon, gastrin, and…
Exocrine function-Pancreas
Digestive fluid containing bicarbonate and digestive enzymes…
8 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Gastrointestinal Hormones
Gastrin
Function of Gastrin
Acidification of the antrum of stomach
Zollinger-Ellison syndrome
is secreted by the stomach in response to the vagus and food…
Gastrin stimulates secretion of Gastric HCL and pancreatic en…
causes decrease in gastrin secretion.
an elevated gastrin level accompanied by gastric hyperacidity…
Gastrin
is secreted by the stomach in response to the vagus and food…
Function of Gastrin
Gastrin stimulates secretion of Gastric HCL and pancreatic en…
16 termscreated on December 1, 2016
Parathyroid Glands
Parathyroid Glands
chief cells
Parathyroid hormone
Amino N-terminal third
composed of chief cells and oxyphil cells.
synthesize,store, and secrete parathyroid hormone (PTH)
synthesized as preprohormone.
biologically active.
Parathyroid Glands
composed of chief cells and oxyphil cells.
chief cells
synthesize,store, and secrete parathyroid hormone (PTH)
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