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Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
Introduction to endocrinologyfinal
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  • 1. Introduction to Endocrinology
    Prof:NooruddinJaffer
  • 2. 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
       
     
  • 3. 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
     
  • 4. HUMAN BODY
    CELLS
    TISSUE
    ORGANS
    SYSTEMS:
    CARDIOVASCULAR
    RESPIRATORY
    GASTROINTESTINAL
    ENDOCRINE
    OTHER
  • 5. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM
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  • 7. ENDOCRINE GLAND
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  • 12. HOMEOSTASIS:ENDOCRINE FUNCTION
  • 13. NERVOUS+ENDOCRINE
  • 14. CONTROL BLOOD SUGAR
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  • 25. Giantism- oversecretion of somatotropin before puberty
    Dwarfism- undersecretion of somatotropin. Cause: tumor, injury, infection, genetics
    Diabetes insipidus- decreased ADH
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  • 31. Adrenal glands
    Located just above the kidney
    Secretes many hormones
    Epinephrine
    Norepinephrine
    Many steroid hormones, inc estrogen and androgens.
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  • 36. THANK YOU

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