A and P - TEST10A

Course Name:  Alternative Therapies A&P Course
Teacher:  Patrick Hamouy
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No. of Questions= 10
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1 On the diagram below, please indicate which part of the endocryne system letter C corresponds to





a) Pituitary gland

b) Hypothalamus

c) Pineal

d) Parathyroid

e) Thyroid





2 On the diagram above, please indicate which part of the endocryne system letter F corresponds to






a) Islet of Langerham

b) Adrenals

c) Testes (male)

d) Pineal

e) Thyroid





3 What hormone is generated by the Pituitary gland ?






a) Melatonin

b) Prolactic

c) Somatotropic

d) Thyroxine

e) Thymosin





4 What hormone is generated by the Thyroid gland ?






a) Melatonin

b) Prolactin

c) Thyroxine

d) Glucagon

e) Parathormone





5 What hormone is generated by the Thymus gland ?






a) Thymosin

b) Thyroxine

c) Melatonin

d) Prolactin

e) Noradrenaline





6 What hormone is generated by the Pineal gland ?






a) Melatonin

b) Prolactin

c) Somatotropic

d) Thyroxine

e) Parathormone





7 What can cause Gigantism ?






a) Hyposecretion of Somatotropic

b) Hypersecretion Tri-Iodothyronine

c) Hypersecretion of Insulin

d) Hypersecretion Parathormone

e) Hypersecretion of Somatotropic





8 What can cause Cretinism ?






a) Hypersecretion of Somatotropic

b) Hypersecretion of Adrenocorticotrophic

c) Hyposecretion of Somatotropic

d) Hyposecretion Tri-Iodothyronine

e) Hyposecretion of Insulin





9 What can cause and increase of calcium level ?






a) Hyposecretion of Somatotropic

b) Hyposecretion of Progesterone

c) Hypersecretion Parathormone

d) Hypersecretion of Somatotropic

e) Hypersecretion of Adrenocorticotrophic





10 What can cause absence of menstruation ?






a) Hyposecretion Parathormone

b) Hyposecretion of Progesterone

c) Hyposecretion of Insulin

d) Hypersecretion of Somatotropic

e) Hypersecretion of Adrenocorticotrophic










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