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A 21st century perspective on hypothalamic–vascular–pituitary unit functionA 21st century perspective on hypothalamic–vascular–pituitary unit function
We also use ‘perspective’ for a specific opinion-based article. To reduce the length of the title and avoid the use of perspective, I suggest the following title modification. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Neurochemistry A4b NeurochemistryNeurochemistry A4b Neurochemistry
Neurotransmitter – endogenous chemical agent that relays information from one neuron to another through synapse; released by presynaptic cell. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Behavioral and Motivational Mechanisms of the Brain (The Limbic System and the Hypothalamus) Reticular formationBehavioral and Motivational Mechanisms of the Brain (The Limbic System and the Hypothalamus) Reticular formation
Reticular formation is a network of neurons and centers passes in the center of medulla, extend upward through Pons, stops in midbrain. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Antipsychotic Medications Key Antipsychotic Target DopamineAntipsychotic Medications Key Antipsychotic Target Dopamine
Mechanism – unknown, just know association does exist between high dopamine  psychosis. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Title : Levosulpiride-induced Galactorrhoea in a patient with Dysthymia AbstractTitle : Levosulpiride-induced Galactorrhoea in a patient with Dysthymia Abstract
There is no evidence with respect to adverse effect profile of Levosulpiride in the Indian literature. We report a case of Levosulpiride induced elevated serum prolactin level presenting as a distressing adverse effect of galactorrhoea in a female patient. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Nigrostriatal pathway (upper left box) Substantia Nigra to Striatum. Motor control. Death of neurons in this pathway can result in Parkinson\Nigrostriatal pathway (upper left box) Substantia Nigra to Striatum. Motor control. Death of neurons in this pathway can result in Parkinson's Disease Tuberoinfundibular pathway
You can think of a brain pathway as a power line that connects two brain regions. Brain pathways are made up of interconnected neurons along which signals are transmitted from one brain region to another. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Choose the single best answerChoose the single best answer
Which of the following drugs is a short acting non-benzodiazepine used for the short-term. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Who/hse/wsh/10. 01/11Who/hse/wsh/10. 01/11
Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Psychiatry introduction 1/25/16 Mental Status ExamPsychiatry introduction 1/25/16 Mental Status Exam
Affect = the external dynamic manifestation of a person’s internal emotional state. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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Mechanisms by which drugs can affect brain functionMechanisms by which drugs can affect brain function
This results in the subsequent change in the electric potential of the postsynaptic neuron, and postsynaptic reactions are triggered. Tuberoinfundibular pathway
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