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LC 2.8 Pituitary Hormones


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FSH, LH, ACTH, TSH, Prolactin and GH
The anterior pituitary hormones
Gonads
The target organs of FSH and LH
Adrenal gland
The target organ for ACTH
Thyroid gland
The target organ for TSH
Mammary gland
The target organ for PRL
Bone, soft tissue and viscera
The target organs for GH
Hypersecretion, hyposecretion
The four major types of endocrine disorder.[______], [______], hyperresponsiveness and hyporesponsiveness
Hyperresponsiveness and hyporesponsiveness
The four major types of endocrine disorder. Hypersecretion, hyposecretion, [______] and [______]
Amino acid and lipid
GH promotes [______] uptake into muscle and the breakdown of [____] to fatty acids for respiration
Dwarfism
Undersecretion of GH in juveniles causes [______]
Gigantism
Oversecretion of GH in juveniles causes [______]
Acromegaly
Oversecretion of GH in adults causes [______]
Tumour and suppression
Oversecretion of anterior pituitary hormones may be because of a [______] or lack of [______]
Oxytocin and ADH
The posterior pituitary hormones
Water excretion and blood pressure
ADH regulates [______] and [______]
V1 and V2
The two types of receptors for ADH
V1
Concerning ADH, its [__] receptors are found in all tissues except the kidney
V2
Concerning ADH, its [__] receptors are found in the kidney
Uterus and mammary glands
Two areas of the body where oxytocin causes smooth muscle contraction
Ferguson reflex
The name given to a positive feedback mechanism caused by oxytocin during labour