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10. What effect of increased secretions of epinephrine, glucagon, and growth hormone would the healthcare professional assess for?a. Hyperglycemiab. Hypertensionc. Bronchodilationd. Pupil dilation____11. A severely stressed patient has hypoglycemia each time the patient’s blood glucose is checked. The healthcare professional should order laboratory tests to measure which hormone in the patient’s blood?____12. What effect do androgens have on lymphocytes?____13. The action of which hormone helps explain increases in affective anxiety and eating disorders, mood cycles, and vulnerability to autoimmune and inflammatory diseases in women as a result of stimulation of the CRH gene promoter and central norepinephrine system?____14. Which statement is true concerning the differences between stress-induced hormonal alterations of men and women?a. After injury, women produce more proinflammatory cytokines than men, a profile that is
associated with poor outcomes.b. Androgens appear to induce a greater degree of immune cell apoptosis after injury, creating greater immunosuppression in injured men than in injured women.c. Psychologic stress associated with some types of competition decreases both testosterone and cortisol, especially in athletes older than 45 years of age.d. After stressful stimuli, estrogen is increased in women, but testosterone is decreased in men.____15. A patient perceives living in a state of chronic stress. What will diagnostic blood work ordered by the healthcare professional likely demonstrate?____16. What are the signs that a patient is in the adaptive stage of the general adaptation syndrome?____