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Endocrine System

The endocrine system is made up of glands which control and coordinate body functions and maintain homeostasis inside the body.

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No, the condition is caused by deficiency of the parathyroid gland.
The kidneys secrete a variety of hormones , including erythropoietin , and the enzyme renin . Erythropoietin is released in response to hypoxia (low levels of oxygen at tissue level) in the renalcirculation. It stimulates erythropoiesis (production of red blood cells) in the bone marrow . ...
Posterior Lobe Hormones: *Anti-diuretic hormone (ADH): This hormone prompts the kidneys to increase water absorption in the blood. *Oxytocin: Oxytocin is involved in a variety of processes, such as contracting the uterus during childbirth and stimulating breast milk production.
C-reactive protein (CRP), an acute-phase reactant, has beenidentified as a saliva-based biomarker of inflammation. Theobjective of the study was to estimate and compare salivary CRPlevels in Hashimoto's thyroiditis (HT) and Subacute thyroiditis(SAT). The study included 30 HT patients who presented...
The pituitary gland is often called that as it controls all of the other glands but i have never heard it said of the hypothalamus
The time required is 24.06 days. The half life of iodine 131 is 8.02 days.
Oxytocin is a hormone that functions to activate the mammary glandsto release milk. Prolactin is a hormone that functions to startmilk production in the mammary glands. High levels of thesehormones would lead to the mammary glands secreting milk.
For a good balanced sexual life both men and women are in need ofprogesterone hormone in good amount of number. If there isdeficiency in progesterone hormone means then sexual life betweenmen and women will become an unbalanced one. To reduce progesteronedeficiency, progesterone cream for men and...
The posterior pituitary secretes the hormones oxytocin andvasopressin. Vasopressin is also known as ADH (anti-diuretichormone). Both oxytocin and vasopressin are peptide hormones.
Anterior lobe of pituitary gland (adenohypophysis) secrete FSH.
That's an interesting question! In fact, it is being watched closely by the Department Of Health(DOH) currently as it is currently the 17th most common cancer inthe Philippines; which is rated 4th amongst the females and 17thamongst the males. The chances of a female developing thyroidcancer are...
Ovaries secrete two kind of hormones: estrogens and progestrogens.The principal estrogen secreted by the ovary is estradiol(regulates the devolpment of external sexual characteristics offemales and menstrual cycle). The main progestrogen is progesteronewhich acts during menstrual cycle and prepares...
hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal glands, pancreas, ovaries, testes
Diabetes, Addison's Disease, Cushing's Syndrome, Hyperglycemia, Hyperparathyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, Hypoglycemia, Hypoparathyroidism, Hypothyroidism, take your pick.
the pinneal gland is behind the nucleus supra-optic
It doesn't protect anything, it seats the pituitary gland... I'm studying Anatomy and Physiology right now, and this is my understanding.
behind the adam's apple
A: Any feedback that contributes to the input is positive feedback any feedback that subtract from the input is negative feedback
the pancreas, it no longer produces enough insulin (hormone) or when cells stop working etc.
Yes hyperthyroidism can cause high blood pressure.
Thyroid diseases sometimes result from inappropriate TSH levels, ormay be caused by problems in the thyroid gland itself. The most common cause of hypothyroidism is Hashimoto's thyroiditis,an autoimmune condition where the body makes antibodies thatdestroy parts of the thyroid gland. Surgical...
You may want to talk to your doctor or gynecologist about Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. It can cause all of those symptoms. The biggest marker is the irregular periods.
Your doctor does a test and tells you - Thyroid problems are often hard to diagnose - a person can have all the symptoms of hyper (high) or hypo (low) thyroid with normal lab values - I would recommend seeing a Endocrinologist - they are in the best position to diagnose or rule out Thyroid...
A person with diabetes mellitus would have these symptoms (what they feel): very thirsty and very hungry with loss of a lot of weight.
No. Why the heck would you want to, anyway? Last time I checked, babies aren't born from the NASAL canal!
Mostly not. Generally associated with weight gain, easy fatigability, lethargy,increased sleep, increased hairfall, dry skin and a few others.
The gland is the anterior pituitary.
steroid hormones and nonsteroid hormones
Hi, I'm five weeks and 2 days pregnant, my hcg levels was 44 at four weeks and 4 days, hcg 96 at five weeks exactly and they are hcg 433 at five weeks and 2 days so don't worry they will go up, rapidly.
In the morning about 20 minutes your first meal. This way your medication has enough time to digest and enter your blood stream to provide you all-day treatment. Don't take it at night before you go to sleep because your body will just filter most of it out and it will end up in your urine the next...
When the thyroid receives thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) from the pituitary gland it produces triiodothyronine which is commonly referred to as T3, and thyroxine which is commonly referred to as T4. These hormones regulate the metabolism, protein synthesis and sensitivity to other hormones in the...
TSH stimulates the release of Thyroxine.TSH stands for Thyroid Stimulating Hormone.
ANSWER: . It is produced in the adrenal glands which sit atop the kidneys. Adrenalins is also referred to as epinephrine. See the related link for more information.
The hypothalamus is located below the thalamus and above the brainstem. Its functions are controlling body temperature, hunger,thirst, sleep, and circadian rhythms.
thyroxine incrise the work of thyroid gland
Trigger finger is a type of focal Dystonia and is a neurological problem. Antibodies can affect the brain and cause neurological problems including Dystonia. Additionally, increased or decreased hormone levels can affect every cell in the body including the brain, nervous system and muscles....
If your body produces hormonal imbalances, i.e. when your thyroid gland secretes excess amount of thyroid hormone then it results in hyperthyroidism.
The purpose of the Endocrine System is to produce, store, and secrete hormones. Hope this helps! ;)
Ivan Young, affiliated with St. Vincent's Hospital
It is a severe enough condition that it could result in a medical discharge. One of the symptoms is an intolerance to heat, for example, which isn't particularly desirable in current theatres of operation. Some cases of Hyperthyroidism can be permanently cured with surgery, however.
That would depend on what kind of thyroid issue you have. If you have a under active thyroid (hypohtyroid) omega oils are very important, fish oils, but not flax seed oil which lessens the uptake of iodine. Veggies like carrots asparagus, tomatos and spinach as well as apricots fresh or dried and...
The most common is a pituitary adenoma. This tumor can produce high levels of the hormone prolactin. They are fairly common, but rarely require surgery. They are actually found in about 15% of all autopsies.. Common presentation in women is lack of menses or periods. Prolactinoma. Pituitary...
Thyroid stimulating hormone...
The parathyroid glands are the ones closest to the thyroid gland, and the thymus is also close.
answer . You should go to your Doctor. If you don't have a regular Doctor, ask some trusted friends who they would recommend, sounds like you could have something going on that may need treatment.
I've had an underactive Thyroid for many years. In April of last year i lost 95% of my hair, the doc said it could be down to my Thyroid problem in the fact that my stomach doesn't absorb vitamin B12. I'm now on 3 monthly B12 injections and I'm happy to say my hair has grown back. :)
a organ that produces a hormone which speeds up your body processes
which hormone gives insulin
The pituitary, itself an endocrine gland, is the "brain," if you will, of the endocrine system as it controls all of the other endocrine glands. Basically, it does so by monitoring a number of bodily activities or states that it regulates by releasing hormones that, in turn, stimulate the production...
Growth hormone and insulin are both needed to uptake amino acids into cells. In GH deficiency cells produce more insulin receptors and become more sensitive to insulin. This causes increased uptake of glucose into cells.
Nationality has nothing to do with pineal glands but heredity might.
Answer . \nIt wouldn't generally be considered sufficient grounds for emancipation, but you should contact a family lawyer to find out specifics for your local area. If the problems you mention involve physical abuse contact the authorities immediatel.
This is known as exophthalmia a common symptom of Grave's disease.
Diabetes Mellitus develops through improper food intake, eatingunhealthy food specially sweets and fatty food and lack ofexercise.
It is the hormone thyroxine.It is produced in thyroid.
it's secretion increases during pregnancy & decreases after menopause
your ugly face looking at it's reflection in the mirror
Diabetes mellitus is a condition where a person's blood glucose levels reach such a high level that their urine is sweet (this was the first method of diagnosis). Diabetes mellitus is usually just referred to as diabetes and is caused by either an autoimmune reaction that destroys the pancreas's...
it produce it wen you exercise your self
do something that seems dangerous or is very exciting. Another way is by getting scared like doing something that seems dangerous. It may feel like a weird sensation has been released in your gut but that may be adrenaline being released other signs may be rise in heartbeat, higher blood pressure or...
The message of endocrine glands consists of the chemical secretions known as hormones that are made by the endocrine system's ductless glands. Hormones are secreted into blood for their transportation to target organs, which are their specific site of action.
Heterogeneous parenchyma of the thyroid means that the basiccellular tissue of the thyroid gland does not have a uniformstructure or composition. These can be either benign and/ormalignant nodules in the thyroid.
Yes because it's good for your immune system.
The term antagonist describes their relationship to each other. Since they both work oppositely, or in opposing directions, they tend to inhibit each other's actions. When one contracts the other relaxes, and vice versa. The agonist is the one performing the desired motion and the one that is the...
relaxin is believed to help prepare the pubic area and the cervix for the birth
studies have shown that people who smoke are more likely to have enlarged thyroids. Smoking decreases thyroid secretion and tyriod hormone action.
I don't know and WHY do you need to know that????? (who does know that?) :P
To prepare your body for a sudden fright/shock. It is commonly known as the "fight or flight" horomone.
no Tylenol is drug use for pain killer for the pain reliever
It would depend on whether or not it is Type 1 Diabetes or Type 2. In the first case, not enough insulin is being made by the pancreas. In the second case the insulin being made cannot be utilised by the body.
The human hormone adrenaline (epinephrine in the US) has the chemical form (R)-4-(1-hydroxy-2-(methylamino)ethyl)benzene-1,2-diol and the formula C 9 H 13 NO 3 . An illustration of the structural symbol is at the related link below.
thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) is produced in the pituitary gland which is present in the brain. the gland's anterior lobe secrets this hormone which stimulates thyroid to produce its hormone.