Med Endo Final Study Guide
1. Diagram the pancreas, distinguishing between endocrine and exocrine
tissues. Label all visible and pancreatic structures.
a. Exocrine Pancreas
b. Endocrine Pancreas
ii. Alpha secrete glucagon/proglucagon ; beta
Med Endo Histology Practical
2254- Parathyroid adenoma
What changes were observed in the tissue: tumorous tissue is hypercellular,
homogenous and composed mostly of chief cells. Normal parathyroid tissue can
2) Be able to tell the story of pregnancy from fertilization of the oocyte in the fallopian tube to birth and
post birth. Be able to list the events that happen to the forming embryo, the placenta, etc, and explain
how hormones and other influences the wh
Medical Endocrinology Test #3 Study Guide
1. Diagram the microanatomy of the testes. Label the seminiferous tubules,
Leydig cells, and Sertoli Cells. What are the functions of each of these cell
b. Leydig Cells major endocrine compon
2. what chemical element is unique to thyroid hormones?
4. Using fig 7-7 as a guide, explain in words the synthesis of thyroglobulin and its
transformation into T3 and T4. Include in your discussion the meanings of the words trapping,
Chapter 7-11 Study Guide Medical Endocrinology
1) Describe the gross anatomical and microscopic structure of the thyroid gland.
a. Thyroid gland originates in the embryo as a mesodermal invagination in the
pharyngeal floor at the foramen cecum.
Chapter 15: Puberty
Puberty one stage in the continuing process of growth and development that begins during
gestation and continues until the end of reproductive life.
After juvenile pause (aka childhood quiescence), hypothalamic pulse gener