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Cabaser
...  output. Cabaser is deemed more effective than its counterpart, Bromocriptine, because it directly touches on the dopamine receptors of the hypothalamus. That impedes the sending of signals to the Pituitary gland, which releases prolactin. So, excessive prolactin production is going to be dealt with better with Cabaser. People who are undergoing the early stages of symptoms from  ...

Cushing’s Disease
...  cortisol production levels are at normal rates, you would become less susceptible to the development of Cushing’s disease. However, if the regulating switches of your hypothalamus and Pituitary glands start showing signs of dysfunction, your cortisol levels would also increase and make you more susceptible to Cushing’s syndrome. Its symptoms and signs Common symptoms and  ...

Glioblastoma Multiforme
...  ones. This is because unlike benign tumors, they spread a lot faster and are ten times more difficult to surgically remove. Below are examples of benign tumors: - Acoustic Neuromas - Meningiomas - Pituitary gland Tumors Here are notable malignant tumors: - Anaplastic Astrocytomas - Glioblastomas Multiforme (GBM) The above-mentioned Glioblastoma Multiforme is an aggressive form of malignant  ...

Acromegaly
...  together, ‘acromegaly’ means the abnormal enlargement of one’s physical stature. Acromegaly is more often referred to medically as pituitary adenoma. It is also the most common Pituitary gland disorder. What causes the Pituitary gland to produce too much amount of growth hormone is the presence of benign tumors on the gland. The Pituitary gland is the organ responsible for  ...

Bones Pain
...  and the pattern of the pain. This is also possible by conducting several tests such as bone scans, x-rays, urine and hormone level tests, MRI and CT scans, as well as the testing of the adrenal and Pituitary gland levels. Medications Advil, Apesan, Arusal, Atonaly, Brianil, Calenfa, Caprodat, Carisol, Carisoma, Celebrex, Cymbalta, Dilaudid, Elavil, Ecofenac, Lortab, Lyrica, Ibuprofen,  ...

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
...  who suffer from PCOS usually have unpredictable menstrual periods also known as Oligomenorrhea and sometimes the absence of menstruation or amenorrhea. This is due to the absence of signals from the Pituitary gland to the ovaries. The lack of these chemical signals block the production of eggs necessary for ovulation to occur. Signs And Symptoms Of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Women suffering from  ...

Amenorrhea
...  like deformities or abnormalities in the structure of the vagina, surgical operations have to be performed to correct the abnormality. Lastly, cases that involve problems with the thyroid and Pituitary gland, as well as hormonal problems, are usually treated through medication prescribed by a physician. Amenorrhea Treatment Amenorrhea is considered a symptom, not a disease. So while  ...

Adrenal Gland
...  and norepinephrine, as well as the hormones related with stress through the process of corticosteroids. One of the main functions of the adrenal gland is to work with the hypothalamus and the Pituitary gland. The hypothalamus produces corticotrophin-releasing hormones that stimulate the Pituitary gland and, in turn, the Pituitary gland produces corticotrophin hormones that stimulate the  ...

Ovaries
...  the time of birth until you reach the adolescent stage, the number declines to become only 400 and continue the oogenesis stage. During puberty, the follicle-stimulating hormone released from the Pituitary gland stimulates the maturation of the primordial to become the primary follicle. Primary Follicle During histological examination, the primary follicles are discernible under the  ...

Diencephalon
...  just beneath the thalamus. It is the lower part of the diencephalon. It is crucial in the regulation of behavior. The organ functions by stimulating the release of certain hormones coming from the Pituitary gland. Your physical appetite, autonomic functions, temperature control, and diurnal rhythms are under the control of this tiny part. With its major function, you can say that this part  ...


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