SOE physiologyDjMCPaper 2KIDNEY, BODY FLUID, ENDOCRINE, REPRODUCTIVE, NERVOUS SYST, SPECIAL SENSE, TEMPQ11. What do you mean by excretion in physiology? Name the excretory organs.2. Explain: Large increase in blood glucose increase renal blood flow and GFR.3. Explain the mechanism of regulation of ECF volume.4. What is new brain cell?5. Describe the properties of synapse.6. Name the different special senses with their organs & receptors.7. What are the places where body temperature can be recorded? Which one is most commonly used in clinical practice?8. Explain: Glucocorticoid excess cause osteoporosis.9. What are the effect of Thyroid hormone on nervous system and cardiovascular system?10. Why does menstruation not occur during pregnancy?Q21. Name the different types of transport processes across tubular epithelium of nephron.2. What is single effect? What are the steps?3. Define dehydration state. How can edema occur?4. Name the two neuropeptides in CNS. Why they are released? What are their effects in CNS.5. Why synapse become fatigue? What are the causes of synaptic delay?6. Define light reflex. Trace the pathway of light reflex.7. Briefly discuss the body temperature regulation in a hot climate.
8. Explain physiologically: Insulin lack cause ketosis and acidosis9. What changes would you expect iii plasma T3, T4 & TSH in critinism?10. Tell the mechanism of action of oral contraceptive pill?Q31. What are the abnormal constituents of urine? How can you detect those in your Laboratory?2. Name the nerves concerned with micturation with their role in micturition.3. What is the Composition of ORS. Why sugar is used in ORS.4. What is Bell-Magendie law? What is the analgesia system in the body?5. What is the role of hypothalamus in behavior?6. Define accommodation? Tell the changes that occur during seeing the near object7. Give difference between core & shell temperature.8. Name the endocrine glands without pituitary control. Tell the mechanism of action of ADH in increasing blood pressure.9. What are the differences between T3 and T4. Explain: Amenorrhea may occur physiologically during breast feeding.