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Flashcards in Endocrine Deck (18):
1

Which of the following hormones have an intracellular receptor(s):

Glucocorticoids (and testosterone)

2

Your patient has a PTH secreting tumor. This patient will exhibit:

Hypercalcemia

3

Increased free fatty acids (hyperlipidemia) may be associated with:

Cushing’s syndrome
DM
Acromegaly
Pheochromocytoma

4

Hypovolemia results in release of:

ADH
Renin
Aldosterone

5

Destruction of the anterior pituitary would result in all of the following except:

DI

6

Abrupt discontinuation of Prednisone (cortisol) would result in:

Impairment of adrenal cortical function

7

Iodine deficiency may result in increased:

TSH

8

Manifestations of Grave’s disease may include:

Heat intolerance
Dec TSH
Tachycardia
Weight loss

9

Which of the following is/are anabolic:

Insulin

10

An Olympic athlete took a large dose of GH over an extended period of time. He likely exhibited:

Hyperlipidemia
Atherosclerosis
Hyperglycemia
Enhanced lipolysis

11

The patient with hyperaldosteronism would exhibit:

Systematic HTN

12

Cushing’s syndrome may be associated with:

DM

13

Pheochromocytoma may be associated with:

Systemic HTN
Tachycardia
Treat with Beta blockers
Sweating

14

Insulin stimulates:

Glycogen synthesis
GLUT4
Lipid synthesis
Protein synthesis

15

Insulin

Is required by the brain for glucose uptake
Is released in a starved state
Is catabolic
NONE OF THESE

16

Which of the following increase the effectiveness of insulin:

Amylin

17

Which of the following are released in response to hypoglycemia?

GH
Epinephrine
Glucagon
Cortisol

18

Increased incidence of atherosclerosis is associated with:

Cushing’s Syndrome
DM
Acromegaly
Pheochromocytoma