Tuesday, June 30, 2009

ANSWERS:


1. Parathormone

2. Hyperparathyroidism

3. Thyroid gland

4. Calcitonin

5. Tetanus

6-7 Calcitonin and Parathyroid Hormone

8. Hyperparathyroidism

9. Thyroid gland

10. Yes!




CASE STUDY ANSWERS:

1 The disease or condition that can be associated with the patient's symptoms is hypoparathyroidism, which is responsible for the regulation of the blood calcium level.

2. The most likely cause for the decrease of the patient blood calcium level is due to the low concentration of his PTH.

13 comments:

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  2. too much spaces in your identification answers.. nice work!

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  3. Nice post jimpie..Keep it up...dont put too much spaces...

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  4. additional information can elaborate and enhance your post. but you did an excellent work..

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  5. you can begin enhancing your post by removing the excess spaces. you can also provide more information regarding your case study. overall, good post. :)

    LOVE♥

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  6. hi jimpie,
    the colors found in your layout dont compromise on each other.
    and in the case analysis portion, you should add more information and enhance your last post.you could probably add some links that could help the reader to understand you topic.

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  7. I think these are good, just dont put to much space...

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  8. too much spacing but over all did a great job for your question and answer.

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  9. very concise post. brief in form but comprehensive in scope.. maybe adding more information can make it more detailed and interesting.

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  10. you could elaborate more on the answers for the case analysis. but over all, good post!Ü

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  11. good post but can you elaborate more on the answers on your case analysis.. keep up the good work jim..=)

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  12. Just work on the spacing and your blog will be more organized.=)

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