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Exam2wanswers - PSL 432 Second Hourly Exam Monday Form C...

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PSL 432 Second Hourly Exam Monday March 19, 2007 Form C 1 NAME___________________________________ The following multiple choice questions were chosen to test both your knowledge of important facts presented primarily during lectures and how well you learned the objectives for each lecture. The style of test questions, which is predominantly multiple choice true/false questions, was used to minimize success of guessing the correct answer and to test your knowledge of a broad array of the information presented during lectures. 1. A series of injections of inhibin into a human female having normal menstrual cycles would be expected to result in the following physiological and hormonal alterations (select the best answer): A. Increased secretion of LH from the pituitary gland. B. Decreased secretion of FSH from the pituitary gland. C. Decreased secretion of estradiol and inhibition of ovulation. D. A and B are correct. E. B and C are correct. @ 2. Select the best answer. Characteristics of menopause include: 3. Which statement(s) is true (select the best answer): 4. Which statement(s) is false (select the best answer):
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PSL 432 Second Hourly Exam Monday March 19, 2007 Form C 2 5. Which statement(s) is true (select the best answer): A. Human chorionic gonadotropin is produced by the trophoblast and recognized by clinicians as a reliable hormonal marker for pregnancy that is first detectable in urine or blood during the first couple of weeks of a pregnancy. B. The decidual reaction requires progesterone and occurs when tissue in the uterus is stimulated to proliferate (grow) as the embryo undergoes implantation. C. During pregnancy, estriol is the major type of estrogen produced by the combination of steroid enzymes located in the mother, fetus and placenta. Thus, estriol can be used as a hormonal marker for fetal well-being during pregnancy. D. A, B and C are true. @ E. A and C are true.
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