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Advanced Anatomy and Physiology for ICD-10-CM/PCS
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2. Endocrine System
1. Whenbloodsugarlevelfallsbelownormal, chemicalsensors
2. Glucagon is taken up by the blood and travels to target cells
3. Te liver releases glucagon stores and converts the glucagon
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4. Glucose is released into the blood and blood sugar level rises.
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5. Whenbloodsugarlevelreachesnormal, thechemicalsensors
in the alpha cells stop stimulating them and glucagon
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• Distribution of fat in the hips, legs, and breasts
• Regulation of the menstrual cycle
1. Whenbloodsugarlevelrisesabovenormal, chemicalsensors
• Preparation of the uterus for pregnancy
• Maintenance of pregnancy
• Preparation of the mammary glands for lactation
3. Glucose is transported by the blood to the target cells.
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for ICD-10-CM/PCS guides you through all body systems associated with ICD- 10 and provides
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condition identification. Helpful features include:
• Detailed color, full-page anatomy illustrations — learn visually for
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on cells, tissues and organs that comprise each body system
• Extensive table of contents — locate important information quickly
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