Which is responsible for structural support within a cell? microfilaments
Successive, rapid impulses received from a single neuron on the same synapse best describes: temporal summation
The midbrain contains the tegmentum
Which is a function of the thalamus? Major integrating center for afferent impulse
It is true that the cerebellum: maintains posture and balance
Which structure is involved in pain transmission? Substantia gelantinosa
The neurotransmitter released from the postganglionic parasympathetic axon terminal is acetylcholine
When a patient experiences a brain injury and the medulla oblongata is affected, it is reasonable to expect the ...view middle of the document...
The term that describes "obvious changes in cell function that result from stimulation by a particular hormone" is direct effects
It is TRUE that the hypothalamus is: made up of neurosecretory neurons that secrete releasing hormones.
Which hormone is secreted by the A nterior P ituitary [APP] P rolactin
Which hormone is secreted by the P osterior P ituitary [PPO] O xytocin .....and ADH
It is TRUE that the parathyroid gland secretes the most important factor in Ca++ regulation
The posterior pituitary is composed of the median eminence, stalk, infundibular process
The thyroid gland contains: C-cells.
Abnormalities in endocrine function may be caused by a(n) absence of antibodies against specific receptors.
A symptom of SIADH is hyponatremia
It is true that DI occurs with organic lesion of the hypothalamus or pituitary.
It is correct to assume that pituitary adenomas arise from the anterior pituitary.
A patient with visual changes that begin in one eye then progress to the second eye is likely experiencing pituitary adenoma.
- With a pituitary adenoma, there can be increased pressure on the optic chiasm, and growth of the tumor can cause visual changes in both eyes.
A symptom of a prolactinoma would include: galactorrhea.
-Galactorrhea is the spontaneous flow of milk from the...