Week 2 Wednesday Section Student edition

Week 2 Wednesday Section Student edition - 3 Which of the...

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Week 2 Wednesday Section Warm up: 1. A lady goes to see a doctor because she feels her visual field has narrowed. The  doctor finds that she has a pituitary tumor and her prolactin levels are very high.  Part A: What cells secrete prolactin, and where are these cells located? Part B: What are the effects of prolactin? Part C: The woman has also been trying to get pregnant, but has not been able. Why do  you think she cant get pregnant? Part D: What type of hormone agonist should this woman take in order to get pregnant.  Why? Problems: 1. ADH, also known as  ____________,  is produced by the _____________ and  secreted by the ______________. ADH acts on ______________of the nephrons and  causes water ______________ by inserting ___________________.
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2. What is cretinism? How is it developed and what are its symptoms?
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Which of the following is not an effect of thyroid hormone? A. Increase Growth B. Increase Oxygen consumption C. Decrease body temperature D. Increase GI motility 4. Draw in the steps to process and make Thyroid hormone. Specify all transporters and enzymes. 5. A man goes to see a doctor after feeling nauseated for long period of time. The doctor finds a significant exophthalmos, small goiter, and notices thick skin on his shins. Part A: What is an exophthalmos? Part B: What is the diagnosis (specific name of disease) and how is it caused? Part C: What would you expect the patient’s levels of T3/T4, TSH, and TRH to be? Part D: what drug would you prescribe the patient and why? 05:54 05:54...
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