Hypothalamus and pituitary gland

what is the developmental origin of the posterior pituitary
Diencephalon.
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What happens?
hypothalamus to median eminence--> neuropeptide hromones release enter portal vessels to control release of hormones from anterior pituitary. hormones enter venous drainage
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what does posterior/anterior pituitary release?
PP-oxytocin and vasopressin. AP-ectodermal Gh, FSH, LH, ACTH< TSH< PL
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What causes dwarfism/giantism
lack of GH or too much secreted during growing period.
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hypothyroid/too much
too little thyroid hormones -short and stocky. too much-enlarged thyroid and bulging eyes.
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what does prolactin do?
breast development and milk production.
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too much adrenal steorids
cushings syndrome
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what are inhibitory hormones released by hypothalamus?
somatostain and dopamine
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hypothalamus to median eminence--> neuropeptide hromones release enter portal vessels to control release of hormones from anterior pituitary. hormones enter venous drainage

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what does posterior/anterior pituitary release?

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