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hypothalamus
* growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH)
* growth hormone inhibiting hormone (GHIH)
* corticotropic releasing hormone (CRH)
* thyrotropic releasing hormone (TRH)
* gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH)
* prolactic releasing hormone (PRLH)
* prolatic inhibiting hormone (PIH), aka dopamine
anterior pituitary
* growth hormone (GH)
* adrenocroticotropic hormone (ACTH)
* thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
* prolactin (PRL)
* luteinizing hormone (LH)
* follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
posterior pituitary
* anti-diuretic hormone (ADH)
* oxytocin
pineal
* melatonin
thyroid
* thyroid hormone
* calcitonin
parathyroid
* parathyroid hormone (PTH)
adrenal cortex
* mineralocorticoid (mainly aldosterone)
* glucocorticoid (mainly cortisol)
* androgen
adrenal medulla
* epinephrine
* norepinephrine
pancreas
* insulin (from beta cells)
* glucagon (from alpha cells)
* somatostatin
ovaries
* estrogen
* progesterone
placenta
* estrogen
* progesterone
* human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG)
exc GH
- acromegaly (adults)
- gigantism (children)
def GH
- dwarfism
def sunshine & exc melatonin
- seasonal depression
hypocortisolism / hypocorticism
- Addison's
hyperadrenalcorticism / hypercorticism
- Cushing's
hyperaldosteronism / primary aldosteronism
- Conn's
hypothyroidism
- Yang def
- myxedema (non-pitting)
- Hashimoto's (adults)
- Cretinism (children)
hyperthyroidism
- TSH low
- T3 high
- T4 high
- Grave's
hyperparathyroidism
- blood calcium high
def iodine
- simple goiter
def ADH
- diabetes insipidus
def insulin
- type 1 diabetes
def estrogen
- osteoporosis