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Ch.11-13 A/P/MT

Exam 5 Questions for Anatomy, Physiology, and Medical Terminolog- Ch. 11-13

QuestionAnswer
Which gland is referred to as the "master gland”?
What is the hormone that stimulates uterine contractions?
Where are the adrenal glands located?
What hormone and gland deposit calcium in a bone?
What does the abbreviation GTT stand for?
What is a protein-bound iodine test?
What does the thymus gland do?
Which gland produces testosterone?
What is a thyroid function test?
Which hormone regulates electrolytes in the body?
What hormone assists the body in dealing with stress?
Which glands are included in the endocrine system?
Tetany
Hirsutism
Diabetes lnsipidus
Diabetes Mellitus
-dipsia
FBS
FSH
Metabolism­
Aden/o
Goiter
Kal/i
Glyc/o
Calc/o
Crin/o
Ectomy
Cortisol
Hypoglycemia
Cushings Disease
What is the largest section of the brain?
What is a lumbar puncture?
What section of the brain processes thoughts, judgment, and memory?
What is the reflex test that checks for abnormalities in the nervous system?
The thalamus and the hypothalamus are in what section of the brain?
What is the innermost layer of the meninges?
What section of the brain maintains balance?
Cephal/o
-paresis
Neur/o
Encephal/o
Electr/o
-graphy
-oma
-lysis
Bell's Palsy
-algia
Syncope
Olfactory Nerve
Cerebellum
Autism
Coma
What are the organs the produce tears?
What is the center of the iris called?
What is the medical term for inflammation of the eyelid?
What is the Sclera?
Nystagmus is?
What is the medical term for normal vision?
Name the tissue that separates the auditory canal from the middle ear cavity?
What is conductive hearing loss?
Name the ossicles of the ear?
Name the regions of the inner ear
Cerumen
OM
Tinnitus
-opia
Core/o
Dipl/o
-rrhexis
Myring/o
Audi/o
Ot/o
Merniere's Disease '\
Deafness
Decibel
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