Review, and challenge, are an important part of learning. This quiz is part of a set that will span endocrine physiology to challenge your synoptic linking ability. Good luck!
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Endocrine Review Part II
Stem 1 of 4
A period of time has elapsed since the patient, who is unable to stand post-fall, has been able to eat. They are dehydrated and their stores of glycogen have been nearly eliminated.Where was most of that aforesaid store?
Stem 2 of 4Which storage molecule substrate will increase in its catabolism at this stage?
Stem 3 of 4The main regulator of immediately post-prandial blood glucose concentration (BGC) is secreted by
Alpha cells of the islet of Langerhans
Beta cells of the islets of Langerhans
Gamma cells of the islets of Langerhans
Delta cells of the islets of Langerhans
Epsilon cells of the islets of Langerhans
Stem 4 of 4The patient has undergone profound catabolic state resulting in rhabdomyolysis. Which of the following hormones have not contributed to this state?
Secretions of the zona reticularis
Secretions of chromaffin cells
Secretions of delta islet cells
The major catecholamine regulator of the SNS
The secondary somatosensory cortex
The anterior cingulate gyrus and limbic connections including the anterior thalamic nucleus
The islets of Langerhans
The structure of nuclei immediately rostro-inferior to the thalamus
Caudal to the midbrain
Inhibition of the arcuate nucleus
Inhibition of the ventromedial nucleus