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Hypothalamus

by Craig Canby, PhD
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    The lecture Hypothalamus by Craig Canby, PhD is from the course Diencephalon.


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    1. Regulation of fluid balance
    2. Regulation of temperature
    3. Regulation of satiety
    4. Regulation of hunger
    5. Regulation of circadian rhythm
    1. Impotence
    2. Abnormal lactation
    3. Confabulation
    4. Menorrhagia
    5. Anorexia
    1. Its major function is cooling of the body
    2. Its lesion would result in hypothermia
    3. Its lesion can cause Wernicke’s encephalopathy
    4. It controls the sympathetic nervous system
    5. ADH is the major product
    1. Suprachiasmatic nucleus
    2. Arcuate nucleus
    3. Dorsomedial nucleus
    4. Posterior hypothalamic nucleus
    5. Lateral nucleus
    1. It controls satiety and its destruction results in hyperphagia
    2. It controls hunger and its destruction results in anorexia
    3. It is involved in memory formation and its destruction results in confabulations
    4. It releases GnRH and its destruction results in impotence
    5. It controls the sympathetic nervous system and its destruction results in loss of thermoregulation
    1. Mammillary body
    2. Supraoptic nucleus
    3. Suprachiasmatic nucleus
    4. Lateral area
    5. Dorsomedial nucleus
    1. Arcuate nucleus
    2. Posterior nucleus
    3. Anterior nucleus
    4. Preoptic area
    5. Mammillary body

    Author of lecture Hypothalamus

     Craig Canby, PhD

    Craig Canby, PhD


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    es excelenete!
    By Paola M. on 25. April 2018 for Hypothalamus

    Es un excelente profesor ya que es muy específico en la antomía, me gusta el sentido en el que va mencionando cada parte del organo y la función que cumple asi como sus patología so anomalias en cuestiones anormales