Give examples of:
(A) Hyperglycemic hormone
(B) Hypoglycemic hormone
A patient of diabetes mellitus excretes glucose in urine even when he is kept on a carbohydrate free diet because:
Fats are catabolised to form glucose
Amino acids are catabolised in liver
Amino acids are discharged in blood stream from liver
Glycogen from muscles is released in blood stream
Deficiency of which hormone in the body causes diabetes mellitus?
What are the two types of cortical hormones?
Tubular secretion helps maintain a proper acid-base balance in the body, by removing which of the following, from blood?
H+ ions and urea
H+ ions and ammonia
Ammonia and creatinine
Which part of the adrenal gland supplements the sex hormones that are produced by gonads?
None of the above
Which of the following confirmed values meet the diagnostic threshold for diabetes?
Fasting blood glucose ≥ 140 mg/dl
Blood glucose after breakfast > 160 mg/dl
Blood glucose before sleep ≥ to 126 mg/dl
Fasting blood glucose ≥ 126 mg/dl
What does insulin do to your blood sugar?
What is the technical term for cells of the pancreas that produce endocrine hormones?
Name the hormone responsible for the following functions:
Ossification of bones.
What destroys your pancreas?
Beta cells of Islets of Langerhans produce______ (insulin/thyroxin/oestrogen)
Rajesh 's grandfather was feeling thirsty most of time . He was feeling tired and had excess of urination. Rajesh took him to doctor. Doctor gave him medicine and asked him to do walking everyday. Doctor advised him to take artificial sweetener instead of sugar.
1)What values are associated with Rajesh
2) What re the advantages of artificial sweetener and exercise in diabetes?
- Growth hormone
- None of these
Why do pregnant woman get vomiting?
Why insulin not administered orally to diabetic patient?
- (i)Glucagon, (ii)pancreas
- (i)Glucagon, (ii)liver
- (i)Insulin, (ii)pancreas
- (i)Insulin, (ii)liver
What cells of pancreas is degenerated when a person is affected by diabetes
Can you live a normal life without a pancreas?
Diabetic people should avoid food rich in starch and sugar. Explain.
- Insulin is bitter in taste
- Insulin is peptide
- Insulin will lead to sudden decrease in blood sugar if given orally
- Insulin leads to peptic ulcer if given orally
- The person will be obese.
- The insulin administration is necessary.
- The target cells do not respond to insulin that well.
- Insulin deficiency is due to destruction of β-cells.
What is the main cause of diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus?
- Increase of sugar in blood
- Increase of sugar in urine
- Decrease of sugar in blood
- Both A and B
- Loss of apetite