Medical Quiz

Nervous System/Endocrine System Quiz


The Nervous System is composed of

A. Limbs, Brain

B. Brain, Spinal Cord, Nerves

C. Nerves, Spinal Cord

D. Nerves

Which of the following is caused by a lack of iodine?

A. Goiter

B. Tetany

C. Diabetes

D. Parkinson’s Disease

True or False: the cell body of a neuron has a nucleus.



What gland produces Prolactin?

A. Anterior Pituitary

B. Posterior Pituitary

C. Thyroid

D. Adrenal Gland

The human nervous system is capable of a wide range of functions. What is the basic unit of the nervous system?

A. Neuron

B. Organ

C. Glial Cell

D. CerebroSpinal Fluid

Which system is made up of the nerves and five senses?

A. Central Nervous System

B. Peripheral Nervous System

What is the part of an eye where light from an object passes through?

A. Cornea

B. Retina

C. Olfactory Cell

D. Pupil

E. Cochlea

Hormone regulation operates under which type of feedback mechanism?

A. Positive Feedback

B. Zero Feedback

C. Negative Feedback

D. Opposite Feedback

Two neurons connect at a place called a

A. Synapse

B. Cell Body

C. Stimulus

D. Cerebrum

The gland that stimulates body metabolism

A. Thyroid

B. Adrenal

C. Parathyroid

D. Testes

Function of pancreas:

A. control blood pressure

B. control female characteristics

C. control sperm production

D. produces hormones that control BSL (blood sugar level)

Which system is made up of the brain and spinal card?

A. Central Nervous System

B. Peripheral Nervous System

The neuron cell is made up of which of the following parts?

A. Axon

B. Dendrite

C. Nucleus

D. All of the Above

Which of the following hormones is not secreted by the anterior pituitary gland?





This hormone produced by your adrenal glands is responsible for your ability to react to long term stress.

A. Epinephrine

B. Cortisol

C. Prolactin

D. Aldosterone

What is the pituitary gland?

A. the master gland

B. influence metabolic rate

C. helps you go to sleep

D. decreases blood calcium

What are considered our fight or flight hormones?

A. Cortisol & PTH

B. PTH & Calcium

C. Epinephrine & Norepinephrine

D. Growth Hormone & Luteinizing Hormone


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