PhysioEx Week 5 Lab Exercise 4 Endocrine System Physiology Works

PhysioEx Week 5 Lab Exercise 4 Endocrine System Physiology Works


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Exercise 4: Endocrine System Physiology Worksheet Assignment Due: Week 5 Hormones and Metabolism Activity 1: Determining the Baseline Metabolic Rates 1. Which rat had the fastest baseline metabolic rate? 2. Why did the metabolic rates differ? 3. If an animal has been thyroidectomized, what hormone(s) would be missing from its blood? 4. As a result of the missing hormone(s), what would the overall effect on the body and metabolism be? 5. How could you treat a thyroidectomized animal so that it functioned like a normal animal? 6. If an animal has been hypophysectomized, what effect would you expect to see in the hormone levels in its body? 7. What would be the effect of a hypophysectomy on the metabolism of an animal? Activity 2: Determining the Effect of Thyroxine on Metabolic Rate 1. What was the effect of thyroxine on the normal rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the normal rats baseline metabolic rate? 2. Why was this effect seen? 3. What was the effect of thyroxine on the thyroidectomized rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the thyroidectomized rats baseline metabolic rate? 4. Why was this effect seen? 5. What was the effect of thyroxine on the hypophysectomized rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the hypophysectomized rats baseline metabolic rate? 6. Why was this effect seen? Activity 3: Determining the Effect of TSH on Metabolic Rate 1. What was the effect of TSH on the normal rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the normal rats baseline metabolic rate? 2. Why was this effect seen? 3. What was the effect of TSH on the thyroidectomized rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the thyroidectomized rats baseline metabolic rate? 4. Why was this effect seen? 5. What was the effect of TSH on the hypophysectomized rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the hypophysectomized rats baseline metabolic rate? 6. Why was this effect seen? Activity 4: Determining the Effect of Propylthiouracil on Metabolic Rate 1. What was the effect of propylthiouracil on the normal rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the normal rats baseline metabolic rate? 2. Why was this effect seen? 3. What was the effect of propylthiouracil on the thyroidectomized rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the thyroidectomized rats baseline metabolic rate? 4. Why was this effect seen? . 5. What was the effect of propylthiouracil on the hypophysectomized rats metabolic rate? How does it compare to the hypophysectomized rats baseline metabolic rate? 6. Why was this effect seen? Hormone Replacement Therapy Activity 5: Hormone Replacement Therapy 1. T score (control): 2. T score (estrogen): 3. T score (calcitonin): 4. What effect did the administration of estrogen injections have on the estrogen-treated rat? 5. What effect did the administration of calcitonin injections have on the calcitonin-treated rat? Insulin and Diabetes Activity 7: Measuring Fasting Plasma Glucose 1. Sample 1: glucose concentration of mg/deciliter. 2. Sample 2: glucose concentration of mg/deciliter. 3. Sample 3: glucose concentration of mg/deciliter. 4. Sample 4: glucose concentration of mg/deciliter. 5. Sample 5: glucose concentration of mg/deciliter. 6. For which patient(s) were the fasting plasma glucose reading(s) in the normal range? 7. For which patient(s) were the fasting plasma glucose reading(s) in the diabetic range? 8. For which patient(s) were the fasting plasma glucose reading(s) in the impaired range? 9. What recommendations would you make to a patient with an impaired FPG value who also tested in the impaired range with the oral glucose tolerance test? 10. Patient 3 is pregnant; how might this change the diagnosis? 11. What recommendations would you make to this patient? Activity 8: Measuring Cortisol and Adrenocorticotropic Hormone 1. Patient 1: Cortisol: mcg/dL 2. High or Low? 3. Patient 1: ACTH: pg/ml 4. High or Low? 5. Patient 2: Cortisol: mcg/dL 6. High or Low? 7. Patient : ACTH: pg/ml 8. High or Low? 9. Patient 3: Cortisol: mcg/dL 10. High or Low? 11. Patient 3: ACTH: pg/ml 12. High or Low? 13. Patient 4: Cortisol: mcg/dL 14. High or Low? 15. Patient 4: ACTH: pg/ml 16. High or Low? 17. Patient 5: Cortisol: mcg/dL 18. High or Low? 19. Patient 5: ACTH: pg/ml 20. High or Low?

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