Endocrine unit 3 objectives

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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 Graves 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 Hashimotos Thyroiditis -- Acute low T4 (bacterial) Hashimotos Thyroiditis -- Subacute low T4 (viral) Central Diabetes Insipidus low ADH, urine osmo; high plasma osmo Giantism high STH Hutchinsons Progeria accelerated aging process early death (possibly elevated GH) Cushings Syndrome high cortisol Frolich Dwarfism low adenophysical hormones 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 Addisons Disease low aldosterone, cortisol Nephrogenic Diabetes Insipidus low sensitivity to ADH 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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