Which of the following statements regarding medullary carcinoma of the thyroid are true? Pheochromocytoma in adults and children. On routine life insurance screening, an asymptomatic 45-year-old male is found to have a serum calcium level of 12. Carbon dioxide is not released. Which of the following is a hypoglycemic medication? Familial hypocalciuric hypercalcemia is distinguished from primary hyperparathyroidism by parathyroid imaging. It presents at a later age than papillary carcinoma. Should be resected only if disease is localized to the adrenal gland; otherwise treatment with mitotane is indicated.
Hypothyroidism secondary, ie pituitary disease C. Subtotal thyroid lobectomy and resection of the isthmus c. Increased sympathetic stimulation of ventricular muscle. Decrease in gland size C. A 45-year-old woman has a solitary, nonfunctioning thyroid nodule and fine needle cytology is nondiagnostic.
A Dry hair, Short guard hairs, Fading coat colour B Dry hair, Long guard hairs, Fading coat colour C Hyperpigmentation, Seborrhea D A and C E B and C Ans:- E 59 Other common clinical signs include… A Weight gain, Hyperthermia, Bradycardia, Infertility, constipation B Weight loss, Bradycardia, Constipation C Weight gain, Bradycardia, Infertility, Constipation D Weight loss, Bradycardia, Infertility, Diarrhoea Ans:- C 60 What non-specific tests are often abnormal on a haematology and biochemistry profile? Posterior lobe of the pituitary C. Increased contractility of cardiac muscle. Is released into the circulation by the posterior pituitary in response to a rise in plasma osmolality above 285 mOsm. Increases in serum concentration B. An excessive or abnormal hair growth, particularly male pattern hair growth on a woman, is called A.
This is self limited and prognosis is good B. Gastric secretion is stopped by hormone a gastrin b enterogastrone c cholecystokinin d pancreozymin 7. What was your final diagnosis for Sheena? It can interact with and alter the blood-brain barrier It can stimulate or inhibit the release of other hormones It can inhibit the activity of the heart and lungs It can stimulate reproduction of itself It can only function in ducts It can act as a pheromone The endocrine system can be controlled or influenced by which of the following? 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? The treatment of choice for hypercortisolism due to a pituitary adenoma in women of childbearing age is transsphenoidal total hypophysectomy c. Mutation abnormalities occur in 15% of fetuses in utero following internal treatment of the mother with radioiodine during pregnancy. Possible consequences of hypothyroidism include having A. Enhance insulin-stimulated glucose uptake by tissue Ans: C 46.
Pituitary dependent hyperadrenocorticism + bacterial cystitis B. Growth hormone Adrenocorticotropic hormone Prolactin Follicle-stimulating hormone Luteinizing hormone All of these What is the purpose of the thyroid gland? Slow-oxidative fibres have a greater abundance of glycogen than do fast-glycolytic fibres. May cause electrolyte abnormalities, including hypernatremia, hypokalemia, hypoglycemia, and hypercalcemia, as well as eosinophilia on peripheral blood smear. A subnormal body core temperature B. It is one of two major regulatory systems of the body.
Which hormone works antagonistically to parathormone: A Triiodothyronine B Insulin C Estrogen D Calcitonin 2. Which of the following is the initial surgical procedure of choice? Output of prolactin is regulated by hypothalamic releasing factors. Enlargement of the bones of the hands, feet, and face due to overproduction of growth hormone is called A. Energy expenditure required for a given workload. Facilitates entry of glucose into skeletal muscle D. High dose dexamethasone suppression test D. Answer choices in this exercise appear in a different order each time the page is loaded.
Of the treatment options below, which one is the most appropriate? Cirrhosis Answer: a, b, d 78. Which of these is not secreted from the Anterior Hypohysis? Multiple neuromas on the lips, tongue, and oral mucosa. Contains enzymes which iodinate tyrosine. In the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland is controlled by hormones made where? Low dose dexamethasone suppression test B. Hyperparathyroidism can affect which of the following organs and body systems? Negative feedback to thyroid B.
Ipsilateral radical neck dissection c. A The patient was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 4 years of ag B The patient was diagnosed with type I diabetes at 4 years of age. A methemoglobin B C-reactive protein C hemoglobin A1c D prolactin Ans:- C 34 Enlargement of the thyroid gland is called A bruit B goiter C moon facies D thyroiditis Ans:- B 35 What is a possible diagnosis for a middle-age woman with thinning hair, fatigue, irritability, and weight gain? Both of the above Ans: C 88. May be relieved by emergent transsphenoidal decompression of the sella turcica. Dry hair, Short guard hairs, Fading coat colour B. The interaction of genetics and the environment The process by which pheromones are released into oxygen The process by which male gonads develop The process by which sex steroids derived from cholesterol are converted into other sex steroids The process by which female gonads develop The process by which behavioral genetics can predict gender appropriate development On average how much larger is the male brain compared to the female brain? A type of cell membrane which is impenetrable but moveable They are synthesized from cholesterol and play a large role in sexual development. A term neonate is noted to have ambiguous female genitalia.