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What is the site of pathology for the patient?

What is the site of pathology for the patient?<br/>

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This question is part of step 1 first aid biochemistry prt 1

Asked by Marston, Last updated: Nov 24, 2020

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pro.abdullah1991

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Answered Mar 15, 2018

How is the answer A while it is not related I think E is the correct answer

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John Smith

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Answered Sep 09, 2016

Adenohypophysis-the correct answer is a. the adenohypophysis is not related to the pathology of diabetes insipidus.answer b is incorrect. d1 receptors are not involved in nephrogenic diabetes insipidus.answer c is incorrect. this is nephrogenic, not central, diabetes insipidus.answer d is incorrect. the v1 receptor is involved in vascular smooth muscle contraction.answer e is incorrect. this scenario describes nephrogenic diabetes insipidus, which is pathology at the antidiuretic hormone receptor in the kidney. this receptor is the v2 receptor.
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