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Unformatted text preview: The Endocrine System 1. ANATOMICAL TERMS: (Matching terms) 1. Adrenal a. hormone that stimulates milk production 2. Hypophysis b. hormone that stimulates parturition by ~uterine contraction 3. Prolactin ‘ c. hormone produced by islets of Langerhans 4. Oxytocin d. pituitary gland 5. Insulin e. suprarenal 1. Pine-shaped gland in brain a. ovaries 2. Hormones secreted by kidney marrow b. testes 3. Egg—producing glands . c. pineal gland 4. Glands affecting male's reproduction ability (1. melatonin 5. Hormone from pineal gland that is 10 times greater at night e. epinephrine, norepinephrine 6. ”Gadfly" hormone that puts women "in heat" f, melanocyte stimulating hormone 7. Islets of Langerhans g, glucagon 8. Hormone that affects skin pigmentation ,h, antidiuretic hormone 9. Sugar producing hormone i. estrogen 10. Hormone influencing absorption of water by kidneys j, pancreas 2. ANATOMICAL TERMS: (Fill the Blank) 1. Antidiurelic hormone (ADH) 2. Adrenal cortex 3. Oxytocin 4. Prolactin 5. Adrenal medulla 6. Insulin 7. Estrogen 8. Melanocyte-stimulating hormone 9. Epinephrine 10. Testosterone 1 Cell clusters in pancreas producing insulin 2. Hormone assisting body to deal with stress 3. Hormone stimulating skin pigment 4 Hormone stimulating labor pains 5 Four small bodies directly behind the thyroid 6 Outer part of gland above each kidney 7. Inner marrowy part of gland above each kidney 8. Hypophysis 9 1 . Hormone that converts glycogen to glucose 0. Male gonads 3. SYMPTOMATIC AND DIAGNOSTIC TERMS: (Matching terms) 1. Polydipsia . Hyperglycemia . Hyperkalemia . Cretinism . Acromegaly . Glucosuria .Adrenalvirilism ‘ . Suprarenal cortex .Adrenaline 0. Polyuria HOOONOU‘vP-WN 1. Enlargement of the adrenal glands . Deficiency of sugar in the blood . Epinephrine in the blood . Condition of eyeball protrusion . Deficiency in thyroid activity . Tumor of a parathyroid gland .Inflammation of the kidney' 3 gland 0. Inflammation of an adrenal gland HOOONOw-JRUJN . A modified cell in the pituitary gland . Interfering with the response of epinephrine a. hypersecretion of pituitary that causes enlargement of extremities b. sugar in the urine c. excessive output of androgen in adult women d. excessive urination e. high blood sugar 'f. high potassium level in blood g. hypothyroidism resulting in diminished mental and physical development h. epinephrine i. excessive thirst j. the outer portion of the adrenal gland a. hypothyroidism b. adrenalitis c. exophthalmia d. parathyroidoma e. hypoglycemia f. adrenomegaly g. pituicyte h. adrenolytic i. adrenalinemia j. adrenitis 4. SYMPTOMATIC AND DIAGNOSTIC TERMS: (Fill the Blank) 1. Glycosuria 2. Hypercalcemia 3. Hypokalemia 4. Polydipsia 5. Adrenal virilism 6. Diabetes mellitus 7. Adrenomegaly 8. Adenopathy 9. Thyrotoxicosis 10. Hirsutism 11. Exophthalmia 1. Deficiency of sugar in the blood 2. Excess of calcium in the blood 3. Enlargement of the extremities 5. Any disease of a gland 6. Deficient thyroid activity 7. Deficient thymus activity 8. Deficient heat in the body 9. Excessive thyroid activity 4 Any disease of an epinephrine producing gland 10. Tumor of one of the 4 bodies behind the thyroid 11. Dwarfism as a result of congenital hypothyroidism 12. Condition resulting from overproduction of growth hormone 1. Thyromegaly 2. Thyroptosis 3 Thyrotoxicosis 4. Thyrolytic 5. Thyroidifis 5. OPERATIVE AND THERAPEUTIC TERMS: (Fill the Blank) 1. Thyroparathyroidectomy 2. Hypophysectomy 3. Pinealectomy 4 Thymopexy 5. Thymusectorny 6. Thyrochondrotomy 7. Thryroplasty ‘ 8. Thyrotome 9. Thyroidectomy 10. Pancreaficogastrostomy , 6. DEFINE THESE TERMS: (Fill the Blank) 1. Inflammation of the pancreas ‘ 2. Any disease of the pancreas . 3. Any disease of the thymus gland 4. A breakdown or destruction of the pancreas ‘ 5. Surgical removal of the thyroid - ' ” 6.1nflammation of the thyroid . 7. A substance that 13 speCifically toxic for the thyroid 8. Enlargement of the thyroid , ' - 1. Thyrotome , , 2. Thyroidotomy .. - _ ,. p S) 3 Surgical fixation of the thymus ‘ a ,f _{ 4. Thymectomy ; _ 5. Parathyroidectomy 6 Surgical removal of 7. Aphysician who ” 8. Normal breathin .., gland under the sphenoid bone 1n the head ...
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