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Increased neuromuscular excitability;
laryngospasm, and death from asphyxiation
Flaccid heart muscle;
possible cardiac arrhythmia
These are all symptoms of?
Bones weakened and eaten away as a result of reabsorption; some cases are first diagnosed when a radiograph is taken of a broken bone
Neuromuscular system less excitable; possible muscular weakness
Increased force of contraction of cardiac muscle; at very high blood Ca2+ levels, possible cardiac arrest during contraction Constipation
Hyperglycemia (high blood glucose levels; adrenal diabetes; leads to diabetes mellitus)
Depressed immune system
Destruction of tissue proteins, causing muscle atrophy and weakness, osteoporosis, weak capillaries (easy bruising), thin skin, and impaired wound healing; mobilization and redistribution of fats, causing depletion of fat from limbs and deposition in face (moon face), neck (buffalo hump), and abdomen (Cushing syndrome)
Emotional effects, including euphoria and depression
These are symptoms of which hypersecreted hormone of the adrenal cortex?
Slight hypernatremia (high blood levels of sodium)
Hypokalemia (low blood levels of potassium)
High blood pressure
Weakness of skeletal muscles
These are Symptoms of which hypersecreted hormone of the adrenal cortex?
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