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CH. 11-13 test

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QuestionAnswer
What is hormone that stimulates urine contractions oxytocin
where the adrenal glands located? above each kidney
What hormone and gland deposit calcium in a bone? catcitocin, Thyroid gland
what does the thymus gland do? promotes development of immune system
Which hormone regulates fluids, volume, and electrolytes in the body? aldosterone
What hormone assist the bodu in dealing stress? epinephrine (adrenalin)
pituitary gland reffered as "master gland" (гипофиз)
tetany condition resulting from calcium deficiency of blood (muscle twitches, cramps, spasmm; судороги)
hirsutism excessive amount of hair
-dipsia thirst
FSH follicle-stimulating hormone (not diagnostic term)
metabolism chemical process that occure within living organism in order to maintain the life (all chemical and physical pchanges in body)
aden/o gland
goiter enlargment of the thyriod gland
crin/o to secrete
cortisol steroid hormone secreted by adrenal cortex; regulates carbohydrate metabolism
hypoglycemia condition of having a low level of sugar in the blood
Cushing disease( syndrome) excessive level of cortisol due to high doses of corticosteroids drugs and adrenal tumor
cerebrum largest section of the brain; processes thoughts, judgement, and memory
Lumbar puncture puncture with a needle into lumbar area; usually 4th intervertebral space to withdraw fluid for examination
Babinski reflex reflex test for that cheks for abnormalities in the nervous system
thalamus and hypothalamus located in diencephalon
innermost layer of the meninges pia mater
cerebellum maintain the balance
cephal/o head
-paresis weakness
syncope fainting
Bell's Palsy one sided facial paralysis due to inflammation of facial nerve
olfactory nerve transport impulses for sence of smell
coma deep sleep; unconsciousness resulting from illnes
lacrimal glands produce tears
center of the iris pupil
inflammation of the eyelid blepharitis
outer layer of the eyeball sclera
involuntary eye movement nystagmus
Tympanic membrane separates the auditory canal from the middle ear cavity (eardrum)
conductive hearing loss disease of malformation of outer or middle ear
name the ossicles of the ear malleus, Incus, Stapes (
cerumen ear wax
tinnitus ringing in the ear (звон в ушах)
merniere's disease progressive hearing loss
Glycosuria sugar in the urine
polydipsia extreme thirst
hyperthyroidism excessive activity of the thyroid gland
what is a medical term for excessive calcium in the blood? hypercalcemia
hyperkalemia excessive level of potassium in blood
electroencephalography recording of electrical activity in head
neurolysis nerve destruction
vagus nerve (блуждающий нерв) supplies most organs in abdominal and thoracic cavities
which of the following is not a diagnostic test?a.FBS b.GTT c.PBI d.FSH d.FSH
cephalgia head pain`
dysphasia inability to speak
thymectomy removal of the thymus
tympanorrhexis raptured eardrum
neuroma nerve tumor
what is the diagnostic term for the result of decreased activity of the anti-diuretic hormone from the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland? diabetes insipidous
diabetes mellitus chronic disorder of carbohydrate metabolism resulting in hyperglykemia
Which gland & hormone decrease the level of glucose in the body? pancreas and insulin
Which of the following is not a hormone? a.ACTH b.PTH c.BMR d.T3 BMR
a thyroid function test is for what? To measure levels of T3/c T4 and TSHV
which is not and inner ear region for equillibrum? a. sacule b. utricle c.organ of corti d,semicircular canals? organ of corti
what is not an endocrine gland? Lacrimal
What is a chronic disease characterized by dizziness and hearing loss? Meniere's disease
Created by: anndinkelaker