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Follicle-stimulating hormone: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ also known as Premature Ovarian Failure
Premature ovarian failureHyperprolactinaemiaKallmann syndromeAndrogen insensitivity syndrome

Question 2: The most common reason for high serum FSH concentration is in a female who is undergoing or has recently undergone ________.
Follicular phaseMenopauseOvulationMenstrual cycle

Question 3: It is used commonly in infertility therapy to stimulate follicular development, notably in ________ therapy, as well as with interuterine insemination (IUI).
Artificial inseminationIn vitro fertilisationPregnancyAssisted reproductive technology

Question 4: ________ + Obesity + Hirsutism + Infertility
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to 21-hydroxylase deficiencyAndrogen insensitivity syndromeHypopituitarismPolycystic ovary syndrome

Question 5: Follicle stimulating hormone is typically measured on day three of a woman's cycle when the levels of estradiol (E2) and progesterone are at the lowest point of the ________.
Menstrual cycleMenopauseOvulationMenstruation

Question 6: The protein dimer contains 2 ________ units, labeled alpha and beta subunits.
AfamelanotideMelanotan IIBremelanotidePeptide

Question 7: The cohort of small antral follicles is normally sufficiently in number to produce enough ________ B to lower FSH serum levels.
Endocrine systemAnti-Müllerian hormoneActivin and inhibinLuteinizing hormone

Question 8: The gene for the FSH beta subunit is located on chromosome 11p13, and is expressed in gonadotropes of the pituitary cells, controlled by ________, inhibited by inhibin, and enhanced by activin.
VasopressinGonadotropin-releasing hormoneCalcitoninCorticotropin-releasing hormone

Question 9: Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) is a ________ found in humans and other animals.
ProgesteroneHormoneTestosteroneEndocrine system

Question 10: FSH levels are normally low during ________ and, in females, high after menopause.
AdultAttachment theoryChildhoodAdolescence







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