You correctly answered a CRH Experiment Data Patient Cortisol mcgdl HighLow

You correctly answered a crh experiment data patient

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You correctly answered: a. CRH Experiment Data: Patient Cortisol (mcg/dl) High/Low ACTH (pg/ml) High/Low 1 2.16 Low 17.95 Low 2 30.15 High 11.24 Low 3 46.45 High 86.15 High 4 2.88 Low 99.47 High 5 49.89 High 18.92 Low
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02/02/17 page 3 Post-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 6 out of 6 questions correctly. 1. Under normal conditions, if the amount of secreted CRH increases, then You correctly answered: c. the amount of secreted ACTH will increase. 2. Under normal conditions, if the amount of secreted ACTH increases, then You correctly answered: d. the amount of secreted CRH will likely decrease. 3. Under normal conditions, if the amount of secreted cortisol increases, then You correctly answered: b. the amount of secreted ACTH will likely decrease. 4. If a hypersecreting pituitary tumor develops, then an expected outcome is You correctly answered: a. a diagnosis of Cushing's disease. 5. If a hypersecreting adrenal cortex tumor develops, then an expected outcome is You correctly answered: b. abnormally low levels of CRH due to negative feedback. 6. A patient's chart lists the diagnosis of Addison's disease. Therefore, you expect You correctly answered: b. abnormally high levels of ACTH.
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  • Fall '08
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  • ACTH, Cortisol, Adrenocorticotropic hormone

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