1395820

Question: 1. A) Describe the etiology behind the most common cause for hyperthyroidism. (Not ‘too much thyr…


1. A) Describe the etiology behind the most common cause for hyperthyroidism. (Not too much thyroid hormones!) B) What happens to levels of tropic and to levels of glandular hormones associated with the thyroid with this type of hyperthyroidism? C) Describe two health problems associated with hyperthyroidism. 2. A) Differentiate, in terms of etiology, between primary versus secondary hormone disorders. B) Name three reasons why target cells apparently fail to respond to hormones. 3. A) What results from hypersecretion of growth hormone before puberty? B) After puberty? C) Explain, in terms of hormonal effects, the reasons behind the two specific signs associated with hypersecretion of growth hormone after puberty.

PLEASE ANSWER ALLL PARTS OF QUESTIONS 1,2 AND 3.
THANK YOU!!

Show transcribed image text

1. A) Describe the etiology behind the most common cause for hyperthyroidism. (Not 'too much thyroid hormones'!) B) What happens to levels of tropic and to levels of glandular hormones associated with the thyroid with this type of hyperthyroidism? C) Describe two health problems associated with hyperthyroidism. 2. A) Differentiate, in terms of etiology, between primary versus secondary hormone disorders. B) Name three reasons why target cells apparently fail to respond to hormones. 3. A) What results from hypersecretion of growth hormone before puberty? B) After puberty? C) Explain, in terms of hormonal effects, the reasons behind the two specific signs associated with hypersecretion of growth hormone after puberty.

(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)