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The finding of higher FDG uptake in the pituitary glands of PTSD sufferers supports the theory that many veterans diagnosed with PTSD may actually have hypopituitarism, a condition in which the pituitary gland does not produce normal amounts of one or more of its hormones.
Also the rigorous procedures involved in removing pituitary glands still recommend Ovulin as a better option in artificial breeding.
To test their hypothesis, the scientists engineered mice with missing insulin receptors in their pituitary glands and compared them to mice with intact insulin receptors.
They suffer from a rare medical disorder called hypopituitarism, in which the pituitary glands stop producing growth hormones or do so in less quantities.
A tumour on the pituitary gland can cause the body to produce too many hormones which can impact on people's appearance and weight.
She had died of an acute bleed in a pituitary gland tumour which was the cause of Cushing's Disease.
This lines the sella turcica, envelopes the pituitary gland and forms the incomplete superior border.
The scanner, purchased with a $6 million bequest, enables neurosurgeons to perform MRI scans during surgery to remove glioma and pituitary gland brain tumours without leaving the operating theatre or closing the incision.
Stadnik's growth spurt started at the age of 14 after a brain operation apparently stimulated his pituitary gland.
the brain, the pituitary gland, and the adrenal glands.
Thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) stimulates the anterior pituitary gland to synthesize and release TSH, which, in turn, stimulates the thyroid gland to release thyroid hormone.