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Ch. 31 & 33

MA1201 Test 2 Review

TermDefinition
thyroid gland secretes thyroid hormones
parathyroid gland secretes calcitonin
Secretes glucagon Alpha cells of the pancreas
Secretes insulin Beta cells of the pancreas
pineal body secretes melatonin
thymus secretes thymosin
acromegaly excessive growth hormones in adults
diabetes meliitus insufficient insulin production
giantism excessive growth hormone in children
dwarfism low growth hormone
graves disease high thyroid hormone production
myxedema severe low thyroid hormone
prostate gland the gland that surrounds the urethra
vas deferens carries sperm from epididymis to urethra
cryptorchidism undescended testicle
infundibulum finger like projections that catch the egg
bartholins glands secretes mucus to ease the insertion of the penis into vagina
cleavage rapid cell deivision of the zygote
embryonic period gestation period of week 2 to 8
endometrium inner most layer of the uterus
oral contraceptives low dose estrogen and progesterone
hysterectomy removal of the uterus
fibroids benign tumor of the uterine wall
APGAR Test score based on newborn transition at birth 7-9 is normal
prolactin hormone that stimulates milk production
chlamydia STI caused by bacteria
Herpes simplex STI that creates blisters on the genitalia and has no cure
pubic lice STI with blood sucking insects
Created by: jrmayo