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decreases ACTH
Decreased Corticol
Decreased DHEA
Addison's disease
increased ACTH
decreased cortisol
increased DHEA
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia
increased ACTH, cortisol & DHEA
cushing's disease
decreased acth
increased cortisol
decreased dhea
cushing's syndrome
released from the liver and stimulate bone growth
somatomedin
controller (from the hypothalamus) of growth hormone release
somatostatin
stimulated by deacreased BGL
hGH
decreased TSH
increased T3 & T4
Graves' disease
stimulates the release of steroid hormones
ACTH
released into the blood by the hypothalamus
CRH
estrogen & Progesterone decreased but FSH and LH increased
menopause
kind of hormones that are stored
proteins, polypeptides, and amino acids
Hormones that are released on demand
steroids
functions of prostaglandins
(5)
1 platelet aggregation
2 bronchi diameter
3 CV system
4 female reproductive system
5 inflammatory response
increases platelet aggregation
thromboxane
decreases platelet aggregation
prostacyclin
stimulates release of t3 and t4
increases iodine uptake
increases growth of thyroid
TSH
increases BGL by Increaseing glucocorticoids
ACTH
stimulates mature ova and spermatogenosis
FSH
stimulates ovulation and forms corpus luteum

stimulates testosterone production
LH
postnantal growth and dev.
increases gluconeogenesis in liver
increases use of fat for energy
GH
can cause giantism, or acromegaly
hGH
causes short stature
increased costisol
decreased hGH
causes tall stature
increased hGH
increase TSH causes
increased thyroid hormones
increased TRH
increases TSH
increased thyroid hormones
decreased TSH
increased ACTH has no effect on what hormone
aldosterone
increased ACTH by decreasing what hormone
cortisol
increase DHEA by decreasing what hormone
cortisol
hormone regulated by the anterior pituitary
cortisol
not secreted by hypothalamus
ACTH
doesn't promote growth
cortisol
inhibited by t3 and t4
TSH
inadequate iodine intake and increased or decreased TSH levels indicate what disorder
hypothyroidism
a derivative of cholesterol
aldosterone
hyperglycemia, muscle weakness, fatigue, poor wound healing, and increased circulating fatty acids are symptoms of what disorder?
cushing's
increases lipolysis
glucagon
important hormone for axon development
thyroid hormone
causes cretinism if absent in childhood
thyroid hormone
increased BGL, FFA's, muscle protein (anabolic)
growth hormone
decreased BGL,FFA and increased muscle protein (anabolic)
Insulin
increased BGL, FFA and no effect on muscle protein
glucagon
increased BGL, FFA and decreased muscle protein (catabolic)
Cortisol
Zona Glomerulosa produces and controls what?
produces aldosterone
controls NA+ reabsoption
and K+ secretion