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CHAPTER 24

CHAPTER 24

CHAPTER 24. ENDOCRINE. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM. PITUITARY THYROID PARATHYROID ENDOCRINE PANCREAS ADRENALS PINEAL. PITUITARY. NORMAL PATHOLOGY. PATHOLOGY. CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS ADENOMAS/HYPER-Pituitarism HYPO-Pituitarism POSTERIOR PITUITARY SYNDROMES HYPOTHALAMIC SUPRASELLAR TUMORS.

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Sodium and Water: What Laboratory Scientists Need to Know

Sodium and Water: What Laboratory Scientists Need to Know

Sodium and Water: What Laboratory Scientists Need to Know. Graham Jones Staff Specialist in Chemical Pathology St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney Presented RCPA/AACB Chemical Pathology training Course, February 2004, Adelaide. Objectives. Measurement Physiology Pathology Lab-based knowledge.

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The Endocrine Physiology Posterior Pituitary

The Endocrine Physiology Posterior Pituitary

The Endocrine Physiology Posterior Pituitary. Dr. Khalid Alregaiey. Learning Objectives. Describe the posterior pituitary relationship with the hypothalamus List the target organs and functional effects of oxytocin.

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Endocrine control of osmolarity Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) Aldosterone Atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP)

Endocrine control of osmolarity Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) Aldosterone Atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP)

Endocrine control of osmolarity Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) Aldosterone Atrial natriuretic peptide (ANP). Induces H 2 O conservation Released from posterior pituitary Peptide hormone Activates kidney cells to increase water pores on membrane surface inside collecting duct

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Reproductive behavior: Sexuality and physiology

Reproductive behavior: Sexuality and physiology

Reproductive behavior: Sexuality and physiology. Hormones Organs Hypothalamus. Hormones. Neurotransmitters Neuromodulators or autacoids Hormones act on receptors Amino acid-based hormones Peptides and polypeptide proteins Steroids, from cholesterol Pheromones. Sex hormones.

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Lecture 1 Hypothalamic and pituitary gonadal axis

Lecture 1 Hypothalamic and pituitary gonadal axis

Dr. Laila Al Dokhi Assistant Professor Department of Physiology. Lecture 1 Hypothalamic and pituitary gonadal axis. Objectives. By the end of this lecture, you should be able to: Characterize hypothalamic pituitary relationship

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Chemical Coordination

Chemical Coordination

Chemical Coordination. Chapter 34. Hormones. A hormone is a chemical signal that is secreted into the circulatory system and communicates regulatory messages within the body. Hormones may reach all parts of the body, but only certain types of cells, target cells , are equipped to respond.

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Chapter 17

Chapter 17

BIOLOGY. Chapter 17. Patterns and Processes of Life. The Endocrine System. Figure 17.2. Membrane receptors facilitate the coordination of gene expression and key developmental events. Figure 17.4.

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Chapter 11, ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

Chapter 11, ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

Chapter 11, ENDOCRINE SYSTEM. Section 1 Introduction I. Organization of Endocrine System The functions of the body are regulated by the nervous and the endocrine system. The endocrine system consists of endocrine glands and cells that secrete hormones in various tissues.

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11-12: Endocrine System Hormones and Homostasis

11-12: Endocrine System Hormones and Homostasis

11-12: Endocrine System Hormones and Homostasis. Canisius College Bio 112 Jason Mayberry. Hormones outside the Hypothalamic-Pituitary Axis. The Pituitary has little or no control over Humoral responses of the Parathyroid, Parafolicular cells the Pancreas , and the Adrenal Medulla.

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Hypophyses

Hypophyses

Hypophyses. Cisternal herniation shown by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). (b) Sagittal view in the same patient. Changes in the breast due to prolactin secretion. Prominent Montgomery tubercles are seen in the breast of a woman with hyperprolactinemia. . Shrek واقعا کيه؟ !!!

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Chemical Classification of Hormones (continued)

Chemical Classification of Hormones (continued)

Chemical Classification of Hormones (continued). Glycoproteins: Long polypeptides (>100) bound to 1 or more carbohydrate (CHO) groups. __________________. Hormone receptors. Cells of target organ have specific receptors for hormones. Hormone binds to receptor and stimulates a specific

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Normal Postpartum

Normal Postpartum

Normal Postpartum. Chapter 21. It is the period of recovery that occurs from childbirth and extends for 6 weeks after delivery What is involution? . Normal Puerperium. Postpartal Physical Adaptations. Reproductive System Changes.

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MCB 135 E

MCB 135 E

MCB 135 E. Discussion 2 September 13-17, 2004. Physiology of Human Development. GSI – Jason Lowry E-Mail – Jlowry@Berkeley.Edu Office Hours – Thursday 1-2pm in 208 Donner Discussions: Thursday 11-12 in 130 Wheeler Friday 2-3 in 219 Dwinelle

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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Endocrine System. Intro video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=- S_vQZDH9hY&feature=BFa&list=UUEik-U3T6u6JA0XiHLbNbOw&lf=plcp Skip lipid/water section. Endocrine function. MAINTAINS HOMEOSTASIS BY RELEASING CHEMICALS CALLED HORMONES INTO THE BLOOD CONTROLS GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT

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Urinary System L 2, 3 Tubular Reabsorption & secretion

Urinary System L 2, 3 Tubular Reabsorption & secretion

Urinary System L 2, 3 Tubular Reabsorption & secretion. Prof. Madaya Dr Than Kyaw 1, 8 October 2012. Tubular Reabsorption & secretion. Reabsorption For reabsorption a substance - must pass from tubular lumen through tubular epithelial cells

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Posterior Pituitary & Pineal Glands

Posterior Pituitary & Pineal Glands

Posterior Pituitary & Pineal Glands. Posterior Pituitary Gland. The Pineal Gland. Description of Glands: The pituitary. The pituitary gland has dimensions of about 12mm by 8mm in an average adult.

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Parathyroid Gland Digital Laboratory

Parathyroid Gland Digital Laboratory

Parathyroid Gland Digital Laboratory. It’s best to view this in Slide Show mode, especially for the quizzes. This module will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. After completing this exercise, you should be able to: identify, at the light microscope level, each of the following:

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The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System

Chapter 9. The Endocrine System. Endocrine system. 2 nd great controlling system (behind nervous system) Not fast Uses chemical messages (hormones) to control major processes Reproduction, growth and development Body defenses, controlling electrolytes, water, nutrients in blood

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ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

ENDOCRINE SYSTEM. Practical Functions Of the Endocrine system. Alertness Stress Response Growth Energy Emotions. Organs (Glands). Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland- Thyroid and Parathyroid- Adrenal Glands- Pancreas- Pineal , Thymus, & Reproductive-. Hypothalamus.

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