MDT ENDO

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dabrojr
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MDT ENDO
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2011-05-02 22:58:35
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ENdocrine MDT TEST
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Endocrine system diseases
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  1. PT with Anxiety, Headache, Sweating, Blurred vision, Lethargy, Diplopia a couple of hours after a meal
    Hypoglycemia
  2. Bedwetting, excessive hunger yet weight loss, profound weakness and fatigue
    Diabetes Mellatus Type 1
  3. Decreased TSH
    T4 and T3 Increased
    Hyperthyroidism
  4. Control Fliud and electrolyte balance
    Propranolol 30mg PO QID. Providing the max daily dose 120mg
    Tylenol 325mg x2 PO q4 cool pt and admin O2
    Tx for hyperthyroidism (thyroid storm)
  5. What is the most common cause of Hypothyroidismn
    Hashimoto's thyroididis
  6. Pt comes to you cant stand the cold, constipation, keeps loosing thier keys, states that people say they are different, gaining a little weight with occasional hoarsness
    Hypothyroidism
  7. Caused by a chronic high blood levels of cortisol or related corticosteriods
    Cushings syndrom
  8. Results from adrenocortical hyperfunction and is usually three overlaping syndroms
    Hyperadrenalism
  9. A patient complains of fatigue, hair loss and weight gain
    Hypothyroidism
  10. A PT presents with palpitations, increased sweating and heat intolerance
    Hyperthyroidism
  11. A 35 year old man, obesed complaining of weakness and fatigue with signs of peripheral neuropathy what is his DX
    Diabetes Mellitus type II
  12. Pt complains of Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, Ammenorrha, you notice sparce axillary hair, Hypotension with a small heart, and increased skin pigmentation around the skin folds
    Hypoadrenalism
  13. A hypermetabolic state from excess of thyroid hormone
    Hyperthyroidism
  14. What are the two primary causes of Diabetes Insipidus
    • neurogenic
    • Nephrogenic
  15. TSH increase and T4 decreases
    hypothyroidism
  16. Is known as a polyuric disorder characterized by insuffecient antidiuretic hormone (ADH)
    Diabetes Insipidus
  17. A patient with cushings syndrom may present with
    polyuria
  18. THe leading cause of end stage renal disease
    Diabetes Mellutis
  19. WHat hormone leads to water retension
    HyperAldesterone (conns Syndrom)
  20. The TX for hypoglycemia is to get the blood sugar over
    80dl/ml
  21. Weight loss, muscle pain, fever, confusion are signs of what general condition
    Hypoadrenalism
  22. WHat disease can be caused by TB
    Hyperadrenalism

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