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Unformatted text preview: 1 Endocrinology Final Exam Review 1. Be prepared to identify and/or explain the sites of synthesis, function(s), hormonal or neurological control of secretion, and means of hormones listed: see spreadsheet – 2. Be prepared to identify or list the hormonal concentration(s) of the syndromes listed: Syndrome Hormonal Concentration Primary Hyperparathyroidism high PTH, Vit D, Ca++, TCT; STH, TCT, E2, glucagon; low T4 Primary Hypoparathyroidism low PTH, Vit, D, Ca++, glucagon, TCT, cortisol, E2; high T4 Type A (1) Pseudohypoparathyroidism high PTH, phos, H+, T4, STH; low Vit D, Ca++, D2, cortisol, glucagon, TCT Type B (2) Pseudohypoparathyroidism high PTH, T4, STH; low Ca++, cortisol, E2, glucagon, TCT Grave’s Disease high T4, low TSH + antibody titer Medullary Carcinoma high TCT, normal T4, low Ca++ Myxedema low T4 – after 2 years of life Cretinism low T4 – prenatal or within 2 years Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis -- Acute low T4 (bacterial) Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis -- Subacute low T4 (viral) Central Diabetes Insipidus low ADH, urine osmo; high plasma osmo Giantism high STH Hutchinson’s Progeria accelerated aging process – early death (possibly elevated GH) Cushings Syndrome high cortisol Frolich Dwarfism low adenophysical hormones à STH, FSH, LH Syndrome of Excess Estrogens & Progestins high estrogen, progesterone Adrenogenital Syndrome high androgens Diabetes Mellitus high corticosteroids, catecholamines, glucagon, PTH, T4, ant pituitary hormones Acrogemgaly high STH Loren Dwarfism low STH, SM – may have low SM with high STH (receptors) Pheochromocytoma high epinephrine, norepinephrine Addison’s Disease low aldosterone, cortisol Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus low sensitivity to ADH à high secretion of ADH 3. Be prepared to identify the hormones and events of the menstrual cycle: Phase Hormones Destructive (Menstrual) Phase - endometrium breaks down – 2-3 layers...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENDOCRINE 201 taught by Professor N during the Spring '08 term at Palmer Chiropractic.
- Spring '08