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Re: Anatomy & Physiology B/C

Post by mangothecat » March 16th, 2017, 10:05 pm

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1. Which hormone initiates bile release from the gallbladder?
2. What organ releases this hormone?
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Post by varunscs11 » March 19th, 2017, 10:43 am

1. CCK 2. Enteroendocrine cells of Duodenum
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Post by mangothecat » March 20th, 2017, 9:37 am

varunscs11 wrote:
1. CCK 2. Enteroendocrine cells of Duodenum
Correct, your turn!
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A bit outside the rules, but why not
Which neurological disorder mimics the classic symptoms of Alzheimer's and the characteristic shuffle of Parkinson's?
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A bit outside the rules, but why not
Which neurological disorder mimics the classic symptoms of Alzheimer's and the characteristic shuffle of Parkinson's?
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Ahhh sorry for the double post
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Post by mangothecat » March 26th, 2017, 10:38 am

varunscs11 wrote:A bit outside the rules, but why not
Which neurological disorder mimics the classic symptoms of Alzheimer's and the characteristic shuffle of Parkinson's?
Lewy body dementia
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mangothecat wrote:
varunscs11 wrote:A bit outside the rules, but why not
Which neurological disorder mimics the classic symptoms of Alzheimer's and the characteristic shuffle of Parkinson's?
Lewy body dementia
Nope! Lemme give a hint, the disease I'm talking about is related to CSF.
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varunscs11 wrote:
mangothecat wrote:
varunscs11 wrote:A bit outside the rules, but why not
Which neurological disorder mimics the classic symptoms of Alzheimer's and the characteristic shuffle of Parkinson's?
Lewy body dementia
Nope! Lemme give a hint, the disease I'm talking about is related to CSF.
Hydrocephalus?

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qwertyuiop1234567890 wrote:
varunscs11 wrote:
mangothecat wrote:
Lewy body dementia
Nope! Lemme give a hint, the disease I'm talking about is related to CSF.
Hydrocephalus?
Very close!!! :D
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