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  Pituitary gland - Facts from the Encyclopedia - Yahoo! Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
It is structurally continuous with the hypothalamus of the brain, to which it remains attached by the hypophyseal, or pituitary, stalk.
The posterior lobe is controlled by nerve fibers that originate in hypothalamic neurons and the anterior lobe by substances that are transported from the hypothalamus by tiny blood vessels.
Oversecretion of the pituitary hormone human growth hormone can cause gigantism if it occurs before growth of the long bones is complete, or acromegaly if it begins during adulthood.
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 Adenohypophysis - My Search Engine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-09)
The adenohypophysis is a pea -size gland anterior to the neurohypophysis, caudal to the hypothalamus, and sits in the medial aspect of the brain.
The anterior pituitary or adenohypophysis (bottom, darker staining) is composed of the pars.
There are three regions of the pituitary gland represented on your slide: the pars distalis (or anterior lobe) and the pars intermedia (or intermediate lobe) of the adenohypophysis...
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