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The major endocrine gland, a pea-sized body attached to the base of the brain that is important in controlling growth and development and the functioning of the other endocrine glands.Also called hypophysis
- ‘People with this condition may also have abnormalities of the brain and pituitary gland.’
- ‘Acquired forms of growth hormone deficiency include tumors of the pituitary, hypothalamus and optic nerve.’
- ‘This hormone stimulates the pituitary, another endocrine gland near the brain, to secrete adrenocorticotropic hormone.’
- ‘Erdheim-Chester disease may involve the pituitary, causing diabetes insipidus and other endocrine abnormalities.’
- ‘It was accomplished through genetic engineering by specific modification of the pituitary and thyroid glands and reduced insulin production.’
- ‘LH is secreted by the pituitary glands in response to negative feedback from Testosterone.’
- ‘External beam radiation was delivered to the pituitary / suprasellar region.’
- ‘The pituitary, in turn, tells the fetal adrenal gland to secrete more cortisol.’
- ‘Its expression appears to be limited, however, to the anterior pituitary in the adult brain.’
- ‘In addition, the pituitary secretes hormones that signal the ovaries and testes to make sex hormones.’
- ‘Isolated pituitaries were enriched for lactotrophs as described.’
- ‘Consequently, the pituitary receptors would be preserved, and the pituitary would erroneously sense that the thyroid status in the periphery is normal.’
- ‘The majority of cases are caused by a somatotroph adenoma of the anterior pituitary, and most are confined to the sella.’
- ‘The pituitary is a pea-sized gland situated near the base of the skull.’
- ‘The onset of puberty is normally triggered by the hypothalamus (the area of the brain that helps control pituitary gland function).’
- ‘Tadpole pituitaries secrete thyroid-stimulating hormone in response to CRH.’
- ‘A damaged or malfunctioning pituitary gland may not produce enough hormones for normal growth.’
- ‘However, it does seat the adenohypophysis, also known as the anterior lobe of the pituitary.’
- ‘The pituitary is called the ‘master gland’ because it controls the entire endocrine system.’
- ‘Anterior pituitaries were harvested at slaughter, and the reverse plaque assay was used to examine the composition of the acidophils.’
Relating to the pituitary gland.
- ‘Sometimes pituitary tumors can produce excess amounts of hormones.’
- ‘Pituitary growth hormone is the other hormone involved in bone growth.’
- ‘But he said it was the pituitary tumour that had killed her in June.’
- ‘Patients who have recently had major surgery are at increased risk of pituitary apoplexy.’
- ‘Pituitary adenomas exhibited intense diffuse cytoplasmic reactivity.’
- ‘People with this disease develop parathyroid, pancreas, and anterior pituitary tumors.’
- ‘The cytologic and architectural features of these tumors are reminiscent of those of the normal posterior pituitary lobe.’
- ‘Common nervous system manifestations include facial palsies, and hypothalamic and pituitary lesions.’
- ‘We present two cases of pituitary apoplexy and visual loss after major surgery.’
- ‘The basisphenoid bears a deep, central depression at this point called the sella turcica or pituitary fossa.’
- ‘Furthermore, no pigmented pituitary adenomas, to our knowledge, have been reported.’
- ‘Later, he turned to an intracranial approach for pituitary tumors.’
- ‘Current treatment options for pituitary tumors will be discussed and appropriate interventions recommended.’
- ‘Adrenal and pituitary integrity must be established.’
- ‘Horses with pituitary tumors have a tendency to get secondary infections.’
- ‘Five out of six females developed pituitary tumors, but none of nine males did.’
- ‘Hypothyroidism can also develop secondary to hypothalamic and pituitary disorders.’
- ‘A more complex system is seen in the control of pituitary hormone secretion.’
- ‘The pituitary hormones are carried via the systemic circulation to target tissues throughout the body.’
- ‘A skull radiograph did not show a fracture, but he had a coincidental expanded pituitary fossa.’
Early 17th century: from Latin pituitarius secreting phlegm, from pituita phlegm.
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