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a.Increased intestinal calcium absorptionb.Increased sex hormone synthesisc.Inhibition of bone formation(CORRECT)d.Osteoarthritise.Osteochondroma52.Which of the following inhibit production of triiodethyronine (T4) fromtetraiodethyronine (T3)?a.Iodides;b.Thiocyanatec.Perchlorate;d.Amiodarone(CORRECT)53.Which of the following is used for treatment of mixedema:a.Triiodthironine(CORRECT)
b.Potassium perchloratec.Mercazolil54.Which of the following statement is not correct for insulin medications:a.Effective for treatment of diabetes type Ib.Effective for treament of diabetes type II;c.Is for parenteral use;d.Is for intravenous use only;(CORRECT)55.The following is the antithyroid mechanism of action of mercazolil:a.Inbits thyrotropic hormone production in pituitary;b.Inhibits thyroid hormone synthesis in thyroid gland;(CORRECT)c.Interfere follicule cells in thyroid glandd.Interfere iod reaptake in thyroid gland56.Effects of glucagon are:A.Positive inotropic and chronotropic effects;(CORRECT)B.Negative inotropic and chronotropic effects;C.Inhibition of Gs protein and decrease of cAMP;D.Activation of Gq and accumulation of Inositol triphosphate;57.Which of the following is a stimulative mechanism of insulin secretion:A.Hyperglicemia and decrease of intracellular ATP;B.Increase of intracellular ATP and opening of ATP-depended K+ channels;C.Increase of intracellular ATP and closure of ATP-depended K+ channels;(CORRECT)D.Closure of potential depended Ca+2 channels;58.Which of the following is an adverse event of glucocorticoids:A.Arterial hypotension;B.Hyponatremia;C.Hypoglicemia;XD.Facilitate the development of infections;(CORRECT)59.Which of the following drug increase the sensitivity of fatty tissue and muscles towardsinsulin:A.DapagliphlozinB.MiglitolC.NateglinideD.Rosiglitasone(CORRECT)60.Glucocorticoids:A.Decrease amount of immunocompetent cells and macrophages in the blood;(CORRECT)B.Stimulate activity of macrophages and monocytes;C.Increase amount of T lymphocytes;D.Stimulate production of antibodies;61.A 75-year-old woman with diabetes is taking an oral antidiabetic drug. One day shegoes without eating for 18 h. Her serum glucose concentration is 48 mg/dL(hypoglycemic) upon arrival at the emergency department, where she is deemed to bein critical condition. Which of the following drugs most likely aggravated this fastinghypoglycemia?A.AcarboseB.Glyburide(CORRECT)C.MetforminD.PioglitazoneE.Rosiglitazone62.Thyroxin is contributed in all listed processes except one:A.Increase tissue demand of oxygen consumptionB.Activating protein, carbohydrates and fats metabolism;
C.Increase the main metabolism;D.Decrease the main metabolism;(CORRECT)E.Increase adrenalin effects63.Which of the following stimulated production of thyroid hormones:A.Thyrotropic hormone(CORRECT)B.CorticosteroidsC.Dopamine;D.Somatostatine64.Which of the following glucocorticosteroids are used for cerebral oedema:A.TriamcinolonB.PrednisolonC.PrednisonD.Dexamethasone(CORRECT)65.59 old year female hospitalized in emergency department with confusion andbreathlessness. Physical examination reveals: tachycardia, tachypnea and disorientation.

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