adenohypophysis


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adenohypophysis

[¦ad·ən‚ō‚hī′pä·fə·səs]
(anatomy)
The glandular part of the pituitary gland, composing the anterior and intermediate lobes.
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Time to peak of the tumor was on the 2[sup]nd to 3[sup]rd phase whereas time to peak of adenohypophysis was on the 4[sup]th phase which was later than that of the tumor [Figure 1]e and [Figure 1]f.
It is a glycoprotein secreted by the thyrotrophs in the anteromedial portion of the adenohypophysis.
A histologic, immunocytologic and ultrastructural study of the surgically-removed adenohypophysis.
Indeed, early papers on pituicytoma (21) suggested a possible origin from folliculostellate cells of the adenohypophysis, but the more recent work (22,23) suggests that all share nuclear TTF-1 immunoreactivity, a feature also shown by the specialized pituitary cells in the normal posterior pituitary gland.
The inhibiton and stimulation of synthesis and release of androgenes are provided by adenohypophysis origin hormones such as luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) (Loffler and Petrides 1988).
Releasing and inhibiting factors produced in the neurons in the hypothalamus are transported to the adenohypophysis via the tuberhypophyseal neural tract and the hypophyseal portal system.
Adenohypophysis The anterior lobe of the pituitary gland, consisting of the distal, intermediate, and infundibular portions.
Human g-trace, a basic microprotein: amino acid sequence and presence in the adenohypophysis.
The present study clearly shows that DEN treatment at a necrogenic dose can cause acute toxicity to various cell types in the adenohypophysis and alter serum levels of several hormones.
The pituitary gland consists of two parts; the neurohypophysis is posterior and the adenohypophysis is anterior (Fig 1).
Infrasellar craniopharyngiomas are generally thought to originate from the embryologic development of the adenohypophysis.
A group of processes are involved in reproductive hormone regulation, which contain Somatotropin secreting cell differentiation (GO:0060126), adenohypophysis development (GO:0021984), and response to estradiol stimulus (GO:0032355) (Table 4).