Pancreatitis, hormones, hypothalamus, medulla, thyroid, growth hormone, thyroid dysfunction, adrenals

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Department
Microbio, Immun, Pathology
Course
MIP 315A
Professor
Gerald Callahan
Semester
Spring

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29 MarchEndocrines are secreted into bloodExocrines are secreted into glandssurfacePancreas produces insulinAlso secretes enzymes necessary for digestionDumped into small intestine through ductPancreatitisAbdominal pain greatest in upper leftmiddleNauseavomitingSweatingAnxietyFeverMild jaundiceObjectives Lecture 20 and 21Know the glands of the endocrine systemsKnow the types of hormones producedUnderstand the etiology and pathogenesis of hypo and hyper thryoidismUnderstand the etiology and pathogenesis of Addisons and Cushings diseaseUnderstand the etiology and pathogenesis of diabetes types I and IIMammalian Stress ResponseThreathypothalamusCRApituitaryACTHadrenalscortisolimmune system suppression
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