AAMP Fall 2022

Quiz Questions: Integrative Endocrinology

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Friday
Dr. Anderson

“Thyroid and Adrenal Therapies in Chronic Illness”

The assessment and treatment of thyroid function in a chronically ill person is:
The assessment and treatment of adrenal function in a chronically ill person is:
Reverse T3 as a lab value may have more significance in the chronically ill:

Friday
Dr. McCarthy

"The Productive Use Of Reproductive Hormone Replacement Therapy – Part 1"

Commonly used bioidentical hormones in female reproductive cases include:
The presentation regarded hormone lab testing as:
This presentation focused on androgen therapy primarily:

Friday
Dr. McCarthy

"The Productive Use Of Reproductive Hormone Replacement Therapy – Part 2"

Male hormone reproductive cases may include:
The presentation regarded hormone lab testing as:

Friday
Dr. Anderson

"Neurosteroids: Diagnosis and Management of CNS Steroid Imbalances"

Neurosteroids discussed include:
Neurosteroids have effect on GABAa receptors:
Neurosteroids can be useful in:

Friday
Dr. Smith

“What You Must Know About Women’s Hormones: Perimenopause”

This session asserted that:
This session asserted that hormone testing in perimenopause is:

Friday
Dr. McCarthy

“Hormones and Weight Management - Beyond Hb A1C”

This presentation focused mainly on fasting:
The use of ______ was discussed:
Pediatric neurological recovery using HBOT was included:

Saturday
Dr. McCarthy

“Environmental Toxins and Reproductive Hormones”

There are no researched environmental toxins that cause hormone disruption:
The category of toxicants which can cause hormone disruption include:

Saturday
Dr. Smith

“PMS/PMDD: What Do You Do on Monday Morning”

This presentation asserted that:
In assessing PMS and PMDD:

Saturday
Dr. Stanislaw

“Insulin Control Part-1: Non-drug factors affecting insulin regulation”

According to this presentation, the only non-drug factor affecting insulin is diet:
Physical conditioning may affect insulin:

Saturday
Dr. Stanislaw

“Insulin Control Part-2: Insulin types and dosing strategies.”

This presentation focused on the use of what type of insulin:
Once a person has an insulin dose they:

Saturday
Dr. Smith

“PCOS: An Update”

Unless you have imaging confirmed ovarian cysts you cannot diagnose PCOS:
PCOS has no relationship to insulin and blood sugar:
PCOS is considered to be:

Sunday
Dr. Anderson

“The Endocrine System in Chronic Illness”

The endocrine system in an autoimmune patient:
Endocrine issues can have an aggravating effect on autoimmunity:
Chronic infections can have similar effects on the endocrine system as autoimmunity:

Sunday
Dr. McCarthy

“Human Growth Hormone (HGH) - Practical and Safe Prescribing”

HGH was:
This presentation made the case that:

Sunday
Dr. Chasse-Smeaton

“Integrative Approaches for Female Infertility”

This presentation asserted that:
The majority of female infertility is caused by male pathology:

Sunday
Dr. Chasse-Smeaton

“Integrative Approaches for Male Infertility”

This presentation discussed:
This presentation advocated for:

Sunday
Dr. Chasse-Smeaton

“Unexplained Infertility"

The majority of “unexplained” infertility is:
Unexplained infertility may require:

Sunday
Dr. Anderson

“Clinical Cases in Endocrinology”

In this presentation Dr. Anderson actually did not present any cases:
Cases with the following were presented:
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.