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BOARDSpathology

Endocrine Disorders

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Increase Growth Hormone gigantism, acromegaly
Decrease GH Dwarfism
Inc. TSH hyperthyroidism, Graves Disease
Dec. TSH hypothryoidism, Myxedema, Cretinism
Inc. ACTH Cushing's
Dec. ACTH Addison's
Prolactin makes milk
Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone - MSH makes melanin
Inc MSH darker skin
No MSH albino
Oxytocin stimulates uterine contraction and milk "let down" response
ADH & Vasopressin inhibits urination (anti-diuretic)
DM Insulin deficiency disorder --- pancreas
DM "PPP" polydipsia, Polyurina, Polyphagia & Peripheral neuropathies
D Insipidus ADH deficiency disorder --- pituitary
D Insipidus polydipsia & Polyuria only
Posterior Pituitary Oxytocin & ADH
Anterior Pituitary GH, TSH, ACTH, LH, Prolactin, MSH
Created by: missyh23