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The Urinary & Endocrine Systems Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is a symptom of Hyperthyroidism?

Question 2 2. If a tumor of the pituitary gland causes a hypersecretion of Growth Hormone in a 29 year old woman, which of the following conditions could result?

Question 3 3. The following is the most important organ involved in the detoxification of your body:

Question 4 4. This stores the urine formed by the kidneys:

Question 5 5. How is urine moved from the bladder to the urethra?

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Question 6 6. This is the structure which connects your kidney to the bladder:

Question 7 7. If a person does not get enough iodine in his or her diet, which of the following conditions could result?

Question 8 8. Name the gland responsible for controlling the body's circadian rhythm?

Question 9 9. If a person exhibits a slow heartbeat, sleeps 11 hours a night, and has gained weight despite normal eating habits, which condition may be suspected?

Question 10 10. The following filter blood and form urine:

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Question 11 11. The body requires a state of continual balance in order to function at its maximum level of efficiency. What term designates this state of continual balance?

Question 12 12. Which gland partners with the hypothalamus to send messages to all other endocrine glands concerning hormone production and secretion?

Question 13 13. How does the role of the pancreas compare to the role of the adrenal glands?

Question 14 14. Which of the following is a classic symptom of diabetes mellitus?

Question 15 15. If the anterior pituitary gland secretes too little FSH and LH, what could result?

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Question 16 16. What could result in a person who receives no treatment after having a Thyroidectomy?

Question 17 17. If your body cells are resistant to insulin, even if there is sufficient insulin produced by your pancreas, which condition will develop?

Question 18 18. Which hormonal abnormality could result in an adult who is 3 feet 9 inches tall with fairly proportionate body features?

Question 19 19. Amy is pregnant with her first child. At a recent visit to the doctor, she informed him that she had been more hungry and thirsty than usual and has been going to the bathroom a lot more often. The doctor conducted a urine test and discovered that Amy had developed which form of diabetes?

Question 20 20. If a 10-year old boy is growing at an abnormally fast rate, he may be experiencing and over-secretion of which of the following hormones?

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Question 21 21. A person with Diabetes Insipidus would have which of the following hormonal abnormalities?

Question 22 22. Which gland is referred to as the 'master gland'?

Question 23 23. Identify the following:

Question 24 24. Which form of diabetes requires insulin injections?

Question 25 25. If the beta cells of the pancreas are destroyed, which condition will develop?

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Question 26 26. Which of the following is NOT true of Graves' Disease?

The Urinary & Endocrine Systems Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!

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