Chapter 38 Liver Disease & Chapter 40 Disorders of Endocrine Function

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1

What is Hepatitis B transmitted by?

exposure to blood or semen

2

What does hepatitis present with?

increase in urine bilirubin

3

What does acute hepatitis B present with?

a positive hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)

4

What is a common finding in liver disease?

jaundice

5

What is steatohepatitis

accumulation of fat in the liver cells

6

What is transmitted by exposure to blood or semen?

Hepatitis B

7

Which presents with an increase in urine bilirubin?

hepatitis

8

What presents with a positive hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)?

acute hepatitis B

9

What is jaundice a common finding in?

liver disease

10

What is an accumulation of fat in the liver cells?

steatohepatitis

11

What does excess growth hormone lead to in adults?

acromegaly

12

What is a result of inadequate ADH secretion?

diabetes insipidus

13

What is inhibited by iodine deficiency?

the synthesis of thyroid hormone

14

What is an enlargement of the thyroid gland?

goiter

15

What causes adults to develop acromegaly?

excess growth hormone

16

How causes diabetes insipidus develop?

inadequate ADH secretion

17

What is the synthesis of thyroid hormone inhibited by?

iodine deficiency

18

What is a goiter?

an enlargement of the thyroid gland