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Funciones de la glándula pituitaria con síntomas de deficiencias - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta ilustración médica muestra las funciones de la glándula pituitaria y los síntomas resultantes debidos a deficiencias pituitarias (hipopituitarismo) en la mujer. La imagen muestra las glándulas y los órganos en el cuerpo influenciados por la glándula pituitaria, incluyendo la glándula tiroide, las glándulas mamarias, las glándulas suprarrenales y ovarios. Las flechas con códigos de color unen a la pituitaria con los órganos objetivo, indicando las hormonas transmitidas a cada órgano. Las hormonas etiquetadas incluyen TSH, MSH, GH, LH, ACTH, FSH y prolactina.
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