Exam 4 Lecture 3 - 13:26 Exam4Lecture3:EndocrineSystem o Hippocratictext,OnGlands o Terms:adenandboubon o Character:spongy, o

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13:26 Exam 4 Lecture 3: Endocrine System Ancient views on glands: o Hippocratic text, On Glands o Terms: aden and boubon o Character: spongy, oily and not like fleshy parts o Function: regulates bodily moisture; removes surplus fluid o Pathologies: excess flow – “when they suffer they make the rest of the  body suffer” Bubonic Plague: o Caused by ticks o Swelling of the lymph nodes Hormones (Gr. horman – to excite) o Secretin – William Bayliss and Ernest Starling – 1902 o The Brown Dog Affair – 1903-1910 Bayliss supposedly dissected a dog that was alive Exocrine vs. Endocrine: o Secretes outside of the gland vs. Secretes inside the gland Endocrine System Overview: o Network of ductless glands and other structures o Endocrine glands secrete hormones which affect function of targeted  organs Combining Forms for the Endocrine System:
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o Aden/o – gland – adenoid (resembling gland); adenine (gland chemicals); 
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Exam 4 Lecture 3 - 13:26 Exam4Lecture3:EndocrineSystem o Hippocratictext,OnGlands o Terms:adenandboubon o Character:spongy, o

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