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Question 1:
Angiotensin, Polycystic ovary syndrome and Turner syndrome are all:
Physiology Cardiovascular system Peptide hormones Endocrinology

Question 2: Plasma angiotensinogen levels are increased by plasma ________, estrogen, thyroid hormone, and angiotensin II levels.
MineralocorticoidGlucocorticoidSex steroidCorticosteroid

Question 3: The action of angiotensin II itself is targeted by ________, which directly block angiotensin II AT1 receptors.
Channel blockerH2 antagonistAngiotensin II receptor antagonistH1 antagonist

Question 4: Angiotensin II acts on the adrenal cortex, causing it to release ________, a hormone that causes the kidneys to retain sodium and lose potassium.
EstradiolProgesteroneAldosteroneCortisol

Question 5:
Angiotensin, Homeostasis and Normal human body temperature are all:
Endocrinology Cardiovascular system Physiology Peptide hormones

Question 6: It is derived from the precursor molecule angiotensinogen, a serum globulin produced in the ________.
PancreasImmune systemEndocrine systemLiver

Question 7: It is a member of the ________ family, although it is not known to inhibit other enzymes, unlike most serpins.
Plasminogen activator inhibitor-1SerpinAlpha 1-antitrypsinAntithrombin

Question 8: ________ drugs are major drugs against hypertension.
ACE inhibitorAntihypertensive drugRenin inhibitorAngiotensin II receptor antagonist

Question 9:
Angiotensin, Blood pressure and Circulatory system are all:
Physiology Endocrinology Cardiovascular system Peptide hormones

Question 10: Angiotensin II has prothrombotic potential through adhesion and aggregation of ________ and production of PAI-1 and PAI-2.
Blood plasmaRed blood cellBloodPlatelet
















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