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Hormones and DBA Dr Dominic Cavlan St Bartholomew’s Hospital
Agenda Transfusion and the endocrine system Fertility Bone health Steroid precautions
Hypothalamus Anterior Pituitary
Ovary Breast Adrenal Bone Muscle Thyroid Testis Kidney Pituitary ACTH GH TSH LH FSH LH FSH PRL ADH OXY
LH FSH OvaryTestis
LH FS H Oestrogens ProgesteroneOestrogens
LH FSH Oestrogen & Progesterone The Pill HRT LH/FSH Regular injections
LH FS H Testosterone
LH FSH Testosterone Daily gel or Monthly injection LH/FSH Regular injections
Bone Strength Anaemia Iron Chelators Growth Hormone Steroids Vitamin D
Thyroid T4 Thyroxine Daily tablet
Adren al ACTH Steroids Pituitary
Carry a steroid card & Medic Alert Double steroid dose when unwell Emergency steroid injection if vomiting Steroid Precautions
DBA UK 14 th Anniversary Conference 17 th -19 th May 2013 Hormonal and fertility issues caused by transfusion Dr Scott Akker Consultant Endocrinologist.
Major Endocrine Organs Pituitary gland Thyroid gland Parathyroid glands Adrenal glands Pineal gland Thymus gland Pancreas Gonads (Ovaries and Testes) Hypothalamus.
Endocrinopathies and DBA
Endocrine System Biology 12. Jokes of the day: Homeostasis Endocrine System and the nervous system often work together to bring about homeostasis
Gland Colour Hypothalamus5-Red Anterior pituitary6-Light green Posterior pituitary2-Dark green Thyroid2-Violet Parathyroids1-Brown Pancreas2-Yellow Adrenal.
What is Endocrinology? The study of how the body is regulated by chemicals synthesized in one region of the body which then travel elsewhere in the body.
Catalyst: (pg. 100) Name one hormone that you read about this week Agenda Catalyst Endocrine system MELCon Summary Homework Objectives: SWBAT Identify.
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Aim: What are the main parts and functions of the endocrine system? I. Endocrine System A. Endocrine (ductless) gland - is a group of cells that produces.
Lesson 8.2 MAJOR ENDOCRINE ORGANS CHAPTER 8: THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM.
Pages A control system of the body By way of hormones (chemical messengers) that are released directly into the blood Hormones control.
The Endocrine System. Controls many body functions exerts control by releasing special chemical substances into the blood called hormones Hormones.
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM The endocrine glands secrete hormones into the blood. The endocrine glands secrete hormones into the blood. The endocrine glands are The.
The Endocrine System Chapter 39 Coordination of body systems by Chemical control of hormones.
Endocrinology... The Study of Hormones Today's Warm-up: Name one thing you think hormones are responsible for doing in your body.
Endocrine System Comprised of glands and other tissues that produce hormones.
ENDOCRINE VS. NERVOUS SYSTEM Function? Coordinate body functions (Both) Often work together.
Endocrine System. Endocrine glands are composed of cells that secrete: – Hormones amino acid derivatives peptides and proteins steroids.
THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM Chapter 16 OVERVIEW Group of unimpressive, discontinuous organs Group of unimpressive, discontinuous organs Coordinates and integrates.
Endocrine System 2011 Summary. Body conditions are controlled by which systems? 1.The nervous system 2.The endocrine system.
By Samantha Douglass & Ashley Walker
Endocrine Lesson 2 Monday, March 12 AIM: Where are hormones synthesized, and what is their effect? DO NOW: What is the difference between a steroid and.
Glands that produce hormones. Hormone.Hormone function. Adrenal glands.Oestrogen and progesterone. Controls blood sugar levels. Ovaries.Testosterone.
Chapter 16 - The Endocrine System $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 StimulusTarget Potpourri Picture This What am I? FINAL ROUND.
Endocrine Glands and Their Hormones (Anterior and Posterior Pituitary Glands)
Introduction to the Endocrine System P Hormones Hormone- chemical regulators produced by cells in one part of the body that affect cells in another.
Endocrine System Hormones Why are hormones needed? – chemical messages from one body part to another – communication needed to coordinate whole.
Major Endocrine Glands I. Hypothalamus II. Pituitary gland III. Thyroid gland IV. Parathyroid glands V. Pancreas VI. Adrenal glands VII. Gonads VIII. Pineal.
How hormones work HBS 3A. Hormones change the function of cells Hormones enter cells and then change the metabolic activity by one of three ways Activating.
Endocrine System A transmitter of chemical “messengers”
Slide 1 hypothalamus pituitary gland adrenal glands ovaries testes pineal gland thyroid gland parathyroid glands thymus gland pancreatic islets Figure.
The Endocrine System Glands and Hormones.
Chapter 38: The human endocrine system Leaving Certificate Biology Higher Level.
The endocrine system HBS 3A.
Endocrine System HORMONES. Target Cells or Target Organs Specific tissue cells or organs affected by a given hormone. Classification of Hormones Steroids.
Endocrine System Chapter 8. Overview of Hormones The endocrine and nervous systems often work together to bring about homeostasis. The blood stream transports.
The Human Endocrine System
ASSISTED BREEDING ANSC ASSISTED BREEDING Artificial Insemination Estrous Cycle Control Embryo Transfer / Oocyte Transfer In Vitro Fertilization.
ELAINE N. MARIEB EIGHTH EDITION 9 Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation by.
Cell signaling The Endocrine System. Cell communication Animals use two body systems for regulation Endocrine system of glands, secrete chemicals into.
Endocrine System Major Organs. Pituitary Gland Size of a grape Hangs by a stalk from the inferior surface of the hypothalamus. Two lobes Anterior lobe.
The Endocrine System Controls many body functions
Objectives – What you will need to know from this section Define the term: hormone. Outline the Endocrine System. Compare action, distinguishing.
THE HYPOTHALAMUS AND PITUITARY ARE CENTRAL TO ENDOCRINE REGULATION Chapter 45, Section 3.
Lesson 8.2 Major Endocrine Organs Chapter 8: The Endocrine System.
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