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    • Introduction to Endocrinology
      Prof:NooruddinJaffer
    • Instructional Objectives:Endocrine System
        Compare the response times of the two major systems of internal communication: the nervous system & endocrine system 
       Distinguish between endocrine and exocrine glands.
      Describe relationship between among endocrine system components: hormones, endocrine glands, target cells, and target cell receptors
         
       
    • Instructional Objectives:Endocrine System
      Describe the location of the endocrine glands, hormones they secrete &their actions
      Highlight common disorders caused by deficiency or excess of hormones
       
    • HUMAN BODY
      CELLS
      TISSUE
      ORGANS
      SYSTEMS:
      CARDIOVASCULAR
      RESPIRATORY
      GASTROINTESTINAL
      ENDOCRINE
      OTHER
    • ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
    • ENDOCRINE GLAND
    • HOMEOSTASIS:ENDOCRINE FUNCTION
    • NERVOUS+ENDOCRINE
    • CONTROL BLOOD SUGAR
    • Giantism- oversecretion of somatotropin before puberty
      Dwarfism- undersecretion of somatotropin. Cause: tumor, injury, infection, genetics
      Diabetes insipidus- decreased ADH
    • Adrenal glands
      Located just above the kidney
      Secretes many hormones
      Epinephrine
      Norepinephrine
      Many steroid hormones, inc estrogen and androgens.
    • THANK YOU