Observation with sequential 131I scans every 3 months Answer: c 49. How is the gland destroyed? Should be routinely evaluated by measurement of 24-hour urine levels of catecholamines and their metabolites, cortisol, and aldosterone plus fine-needle aspiration. A substantial decline in renal function. Alopecia and weight gain Ans: A 57. What are the most common clinical signs? What are the implications of a pituitary tumour? They are synthesized from epinephrine and are involved in the synthesis and transmission of peptides, proteins and neurotransmitters A type of exocrine cell responsible for producing sweat They are short and long chains of amino acids which facilitate physiological, biochemical and growth processes. What is the rationale for using radiography? Which of the following adrenal lesions can be treated definitively by medical means? Weight gain, Hyperthermia, Bradycardia, Infertility, constipation B. Carbon dioxide is released during the Krebs cycle reactions.
The target of the hormone Erythropoietin is: A White Blood Cells B The Kidneys C Bone Marrow D Right Atrium of the Heart 9. Dry hair, Long guard hairs, Fading coat colour C. Endocrinology Multiple Choice Questions and Answers :- 1 Cortisol is secreted from where? Indications for operation in a patient with previously asymptomatic hyperparathyroidism include: A. True statements about pituitary anatomy and physiology include: A. Microscopic evidence of multicentric disease is present in 70% to 80% of cases d.
Which of the following pharmacologic agents can be used in the treatment of thyrotoxicosis to block the production of thyroid hormone? Correct statements about thyroid function tests include which of the following? Medication targeted at destroying follicular cells B. Equally from thyroid and tissue conversion of T4 B. Hypothyroidism secondary, ie pituitary disease C. Chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis Hashimoto 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? What did you use as hormone replacement therapy? Proximal convoluted tubule Ans: C 8. Addison disease Ans: A 21. Is best treated initially by total parathyroidectomy with autotransplantation.
An increased serum cholesterol level in a hypothyroid patient indicates a thyroid cause. Hypothyroidism primary, ie thyroid disease B. Is reduced in patients on long-term high dosage glucocorticoids. Pituitary adenomas are best classified according to functional hormone output. Copyright © 1995-2011 Pearson Education. Increased sympathetic stimulation of ventricular muscle.
The panel concluded that surgical intervention was indicated for which of the following indications? Tips of pinnae, base of tail and under chin Ans: B 58. The overall 10-year survival rate is less than 10% c. Adrenal dependent hyperadrenocorticism + cystitis Ans: C 83. Anabolic activity in muscle D. Radioactive iodine I131 Ans: F 96. Which one of the following pairs is incorrectly matched? Mutation abnormalities occur in 15% of fetuses in utero following internal treatment of the mother with radioiodine during pregnancy. Extensive angioinvasion portends a poor prognosis.
Promotes positive nitrogen and phosphorus balance. The risk of leukemia following radioiodine therapy is approximately 10%. Which of the following is used to treat diabetes mellitus? When asymptomatic, are best treated surgically early in the microadenoma stage. A Rare B Relatively common C Similar occurrence to other endocrinopathies Ans:- B 70 How common is hypothyroidism in cats? What non-specific tests are often abnormal on a haematology and biochemistry profile? Multiple Choice Endocrine Quiz Multiple Choice Endocrine System Quiz 1. Which hormone works antagonistically to parathormone: A Triiodothyronine B Insulin C Estrogen D Calcitonin 2. Insulin is produced in the A.
Directly stimulates growth of cartilage and bone B. 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. It is faster in myelinated nerve fibres than in non-myelinated ones. The treatment of choice for hypercortisolism due to a pituitary adenoma in women of childbearing age is transsphenoidal total hypophysectomy c. May be diagnosed in hypertensive patients by demonstration of an adrenal mass larger than 1 cm.
Adrenal Cortex: Zona Reticularis D. A 30-year-old woman presents with amenorrhea, headache and bitemporal hemianopsia. Removal of the testes in the adult causes A. In relation to Calcium, phosphorus A. Insulin shock is characterized by A. A Phenobarbital B Metacam, carprofen C Prednisolone D General anaesthetic E Clomipramine F F.
Which of the following statements regarding fine needle aspiration cytology of a thyroid nodule are true? Respiratory failure from surfactant deficiency d. Weight loss, Bradycardia, Infertility, Diarrhoea Ans: C 60. They can both bind to receptors and penetrate cell membranes allowing them to alter the manifestation of genetic characteristics They are short and long chains of amino acids which facilitate physiological, biochemical and growth processes. In the mammary glands A. Seventy to 80% of new cases of thyroid carcinoma in the United States are of the papillary type b. Which of the following statements is true about the synthesis of thyroid hormone and its physiology? Decreases in size when dietary iodine is deficient C. No treatment necessary Ans: B 86.
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? This is not my problem as trauma service Ans: C 10. Increased body hair hirsutism D. Neoplaia + iatrogenic + diet Ans: A 75. Where is the alopecia typically seen? Pituitary dependent hyperadrenocorticism + bacterial cystitis B. Usually number four, but frequently number only two or three.