Is regulated mainly by the blood cortisol level. Hypothyroidism primary, ie thyroid disease B. A endocrine gland B exocrine gland C serous gland D target gland Ans:- A 33 Which test is used to evaluate blood glucose levels over the previous 2 months? Integration of hormone production from endocrine organs is regulated by the hypothalamus. Does not act on beta adrenoceptors C. Addison disease Ans: A 21. Dry hair, Short guard hairs, Fading coat colour B. Granulomatous subacute thyroiditis Answer: a, b, d 38.
Increased length of filling time during diastole. Is bound in the plasma to an alpha globulin. Similar occurrence to other endocrinopathies Ans: A 71. Alpha-adrenergic blockade, with or without beta-adrenergic blockade. Levels are subnormal in acromegaly C.
Thiazide diuretics are a good treatment for hypercalcemia and can be given to patients with apparent hypercalcemia of malignancy. Facilitates entry of glucose into skeletal muscle D. It inhibits the growth of female genitalia, allowing the development of the Wolffian system in males It inhibits the growth of male genitalia, allowing the development of the Wolffian system in females It inhibits the growth of female and male genitalia It inhibits testosterone and estrogen It facilitates the growth of female genitalia and the development of the Müllerian system in males None of these The Submit Answers for Grading feature requires scripting to function. A tendency to fall asleep frequently C. Anterior lobe of the pituitary Ans: B 7. Which of the following statements regarding fine needle aspiration cytology of a thyroid nodule are true? Deficiency causes prolonged polyuria and polydipsia and may be diagnosed by a combination of high plasma osmolality and low urine osmolality following water deprivation.
Immunohistochemical staining of pituitary tissue c. Where is the alopecia typically seen? An intravenous infusion of noradrenaline differs from one of adrenaline in that it A. Enhance protein breakdown in non-vital organs E. For most dogs, what is the main hormone that is deficient? Increased temperature of the blood. Socioeconomic factors Genetics and hormones Nutrition Premature birth Mothers well-being All of these What is aromatization? Unilateral total lobectomy on the side of dominant disease d. Hormones secreted by the adrenal cortex A.
A 30-year-old woman presents with amenorrhea, headache and bitemporal hemianopsia. A Diiodotyrosine T2 B Thyroxine T4 C Reverse T3 Ans:- C 53 What is its function? Carbon dioxide is not released. Pituitary microadenomas are often small and deep within the gland itself b. Adrenal dependent hyperadrenocorticism + renal failure C. Is best diagnosed by measurement of cortisol from a serum sample collected at 8 A. What is the active form of thyroid hormone? Severe hypothyroidism characterized by dry, puffy skin, somnolence, slow mentation, and hoarseness is known as A.
May enlarge during pregnancy, requiring treatment with bromocriptine or surgery. The iodine utilized in hormone synthesis is derived principally from dietary sources. Most often produce dysfunctional uterine bleeding in women. Testes Breasts Pituitary glands Ovaries Exocrine glands Mammillary bodies What are amino acid derivates? It is not recommended when a patient has a history of head and neck radiation Answer: a, c, d 44. Total extracapsular thyroid lobectomy and resection of the isthmus Answer: d 43.
Secretion tends to raise the plasma potassium level C. A Cymbalta B Levoxyl C Zelnorm D Zithromax Ans:- B 18 Chronic excretion of large amounts of urine of low specific gravity is indicative of A diabetes innocens B diabetes insipidus C diabetes intermittens D diabetes mellitus Ans:- B 19 Potassium, sodium, and chloride are A catecholamines B electrolytes C enzymes D steroids Ans:- B 20 Enlargement of the bones of the hands, feet, and face due to overproduction of growth hormone is called A acromegaly B Cushing syndrome C polydactyly D Addison disease Ans:- A 21 Which of the following is a measure of blood sugar after 4 or more hours of no food? Total T4 or fT4 Ans: C 47. Oxygen is used during the Krebs cycle reactions. It is one of two major regulatory systems of the body. Cortisol is secreted from where? All veins carry blood toward the heart.
The following Clear Answers button is provided in its place and will clear your answers: Your browser either does not support scripting or you have turned scripting off. Your browser either does not support scripting or you have turned scripting off. Possible consequences of hypothyroidism include having A. Highly variable Answer: b 39. Carries a poor prognosis: overall 5-year survival less than 25%. A Hypothyroidism primary, ie thyroid disease B Hypothyroidism secondary, ie pituitary disease C Hyperthyroidism Ans:- A 48 For most dogs, what is the main hormone that is deficient?.