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Endocrinology Question Set 1

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    The lecture Endocrinology Question Set 1 by Lecturio USMLE is from the course Endocrinology - High Yield Questions.


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    1. Somatostatin supplementation
    2. Psychological support
    3. Growth hormone supplementation
    4. Abundance of sleep
    5. Increase in intake of arginine rich food
    1. Adrenal medulla
    2. Zona glomerulosa
    3. Zona fasciculata
    4. Zona reticularis
    5. Adrenal cortex
    1. Phenoxybenzamine and propranolol
    2. Phentolamine and phenoxybenzamine
    3. Propranolol
    4. Nitroglycerine
    5. Aspirin
    1. Methimazole
    2. Levothyroxine
    3. Octreotide
    4. Propranolol
    5. Propylthiouracil
    1. Aspirin
    2. Levothyroxine administration
    3. Increase intake of iodine in her food
    4. Atropine injection
    5. Reassurance
    1. Pituitary infarction
    2. Pituitary tumor
    3. Remains of placenta in uterus
    4. Pituitary hemorrhage
    5. Postpartum blues
    1. Factitious thyrotoxicosis
    2. Anorexia nervosa
    3. Graves disease
    4. Toxic nodular goiter
    5. Hashimoto thyroiditis
    1. Hypoalbuminemia
    2. Hypoparathyroidism
    3. Hypercalcemia
    4. Liver cirrhosis
    5. Alcohol
    1. Adrenocortical insufficiency
    2. Sepsis
    3. Metabolic acidosis
    4. Conn’s syndrome
    5. Waterhouse-Friedrichson syndrome
    1. Both A & D
    2. Massive blood transfusion
    3. Primary hypoparathyroidism
    4. Chronic kidney disease
    5. Accidental removal of parathyroid gland during surgery
    1. cAMP pathway
    2. IP3 pathway
    3. MAP kinase pathway
    4. JAK/STAT pathway
    5. Receptors present on nucleus
    1. Glucose: Decreased, Insulin: Increased, C-Peptide: Increased, Ketoacidosis: Absent
    2. Glucose: Increased, Insulin: Increased/Normal, C-Peptide: Increased/Normal, Ketoacidosis: Absent
    3. Glucose: Normal, Insulin: Normal, C-Peptide: Normal, Ketoacidosis: Absent
    4. Glucose: Increased, Insulin: Decreased, C-Peptide: Decreased, Ketoacidosis: Present
    5. Glucose: Decreased, Insulin: Increased, C-Peptide: Decreased, Ketoacidosis: Absent
    1. Sitagliptin
    2. Exenatide
    3. Pramlintide
    4. Metformin
    5. Canagliflozin
    1. Decreased production of hormones from the adrenal cortex
    2. Decreased pituitary ACTH production
    3. Pulmonary tuberculosis relapse
    4. Cushing syndrome
    5. Neuroblastoma
    1. MEN 1
    2. MEN 2A
    3. MEN 2B
    4. Peptic ulcer disease
    5. VIPoma
    1. Increased amount of 11-deoxycorticosterone
    2. Decreased angiotensin response
    3. Increased concentration of sex hormones
    4. Decreased amount of cortisol
    5. Decreased amount of aldosterone
    1. Cataract
    2. Mucormycosis
    3. Diabetic nephropathy
    4. Malignant otitis externa
    5. Diabetic ketoacidosis
    1. Amyloid polypeptide deposits in beta cells
    2. Islet cell destruction by autoimmune cytotoxic T cells
    3. Islet cell destruction by viruses
    4. Islet cell antibodies
    5. Absence of beta cell
    1. Tolbutamide
    2. Thyroxine
    3. Metformin
    4. TMP-SMX
    5. Pioglitazone

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