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produced when the gland enlarges to compensate for the lack of iodine in the diet which isnecessary for the synthesis of thyroid hormones.Hyperthyroidismcan also be a cause of a goiter - from an overactive thyroid gland, whichproduces too much thyroid hormone. This usually happens as a result ofGraves' diseasealso anautoimmune disorder in which the body's immunity turns on itself and attacks the thyroid gland,causing it to swell
PART II: Case StudyDirections:Please answer each of the case study questions below.Ensure that your responsesare detailed and that each response is at least one half of a page to one page in length.Please use
Anatomy & Physiology Bio 106proper APA format.If necessary, please cite any sources.You may also utilize LIRN for yourresearch.Please visit the Academic Resource Center (ARC) for concise APA and LIRNguidelines.1.Mr. Collins is a 60-year-old patient who was in a car accident earlier in the day.After an examination, the physician determines that Mr. Collins sustained nophysical injuries,althoughthe patient’s blood pressure and heart rate areelevated.Mr. Collins reports that at the time of the accident he felt a high level offear and he noticed that he had goose bumps and was sweating profusely.Currently, he reports feeling constipated.Explain the mechanics of Mr. Collins’sphysiological reaction to the stressful experience of an automobile accident anddescribe the division of the autonomic nervous system that is responsible for Mr.Collins’s symptoms.
Anatomy & Physiology Bio 106A fight or flight response is a sympathetic, adrenergic response to a stressful stimulus. If Mr.

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