(Answered) NURS 6501 Week 6 Knowledge Check; Module 4


NURS 6501 Advanced Pathophysiology

  1. Question: In autoimmune-mediated diabetes pancreatic beta cells are destroyed by autoreactive  
  2. Question: Dysfunction of the thyroid gland can cause:
  3. Question: What effect does cortisol have on the body?
  4. Question: In order for a hormone to act on a cell, the cell must have for that hormone
  5. Question: Nonpitting boggy edema caused by infiltration of mucopolysaccharides and proteins between connective tissue in the dermis describes what condition?
  6. Question: What is the difference between brown and white adipocytes?
  7. Question: Calcitonin regulates the plasma concentration of what electrolyte?
  8. Question: Cytokines and hormones secreted by adipose tissue are known as
  9. Question: Where are incretins released from?
  10. Question: Low blood sugar during the night that may lead to morning-rebound hyperglycemia describes what effect?
  11. Question: What effect does high levels of leptin have?
  12. Question: Hypertension, hypokalemia, increased blood pH, increased urine potassium are symptoms of what condition?
  13. Question: Type of adipose tissue, located viscerally and subcutaneously, with adipocytes that have one lipid droplet are called as:
  14. Question: A chemical signal generated within a cell that mediates the action of a water- soluble hormone or other chemical is known as:
  15. Question: Extracellular fluid volume and plasma potassium concentration is regulated by what hormone?
  16. Question: What effect does incretins have on postpostprandial blood glucose concentrations?
  17. Question: HIgh levels of what hormone is common in syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion (SIADH)?
  18. Question: Weakness, fatigue, hypotension, hyperkalemia, hypoglycemia, elevated ACTH are symptoms of what condition?
  19. Question: Lethargy, hyponatremia, perhaps seizure, decreased plasma osmolality, concentrated urine are symptoms of what condition?
  20. Question: Type of adipose tissue located in bone marrow is called:


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