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nbme24/Block 2/Question#30 (33.4 difficulty score)
A 35-year-old man with small cell carcinoma ...

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submitted by neonem(550),
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therealslimshady  Adding some ways to eliminate the other answer choices for good measure: B) ADH can be secreted by small cell lung cancer (SCLC), and would cause SIADH, but that does not manifest with hypertension or hypokalemia. C) Epinephrine can cause hypertension (a1 effect), and hypokalemia (via stimulation of the Na/K-ATPase), but is secreted by pheochromocytomas rather than SCLC. D) PTHrP does not cause hypertension or hypokalemia, and is secreted by squamous cell carcinoma of the lung, not SCLC. E) VIP can cause hypokalemia through diarrhea (see VIPomas in First Aid), but not hypertension, nor is secreted by SCLC. +6  

submitted by drmohandes(84),
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rolubui  ACTH does NOT act directly on the zona glomerulosa to increase Aldosterone. ACTH acts only on the zona fasciculata to increase cholesterol and zona reticulata to increases sex hormones. +2  
rolubui  NOT cholesterol I mean cortisol in zona glomerulosa +  

submitted by famylife(86),
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usmile1  Does anyone know if SIADH is associated with hypertension? I don't think it is due to the body's response of downregulating aldosterone, but if someone could verify that I would appreciate it. +  
sunshinesweetheart  @usmile1 pg 579 FA 2019 = BP can be normal or high in SIADH +  
usmlecrasherss  in SIADH GOLJAN says you have diluteonal hypokalemia +  
tyrionwill  SIADH -> excessive ADH -> water retention -> atrium excretes more ANP, ventricule excretes more BNP -> water is excreted more. So that is why not too much plasma volume increment, resulting mostly normal BP. +  

submitted by sunshinesweetheart(69),
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submitted by shiv360(0),

Aldo is primarily regulated by ATII. Cortisol is primarily regulated by ACTH. However, since cortisol can also activate aldo secondarily, it works. However, I believe that ADH should not have been answer choice however since no lung biopsy findings were reported so we can't really distinguish between SCC vs. NSCLC

misterdoctor69  the question literally says small cell carcinoma though +  

submitted by j44n(40),

AT-II is the main stimulator of aldosterone release. This is kind of bull shit because that was the answer to one of the other NBME questions in ACTH cushing's disease "wHaT pArT oF tHe GlAnD iSn'T eNlArGed?"