Pituitary gland

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Pituitary gland
Abbreviations: pty


Category: Pituitary gland
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Pituitary gland (or pituitary or hypophysis) is a gland attached to the brain.


[edit] Meta-analyses

Topic Data Raw data Meta-analysis
PituitaryMajor depressive disorderMaND Data CSV Meta-analysis
PituitaryObsessive-compulsive disorderObND Data CSV Meta-analysis
Mass meta-analysis

[edit] Papers

[edit] Structural neuroimaging reviews

  1. Pituitary volume in psychosis: the first review of the evidence (2008, Carmine M. Pariante)
  2. Volume of the adrenal and pituitary glands in depression (2011, Lars Vedel Kessing)

[edit] Structural neuroimaging

  1. 3D MRI studies of neuroanatomic changes in unipolar major depression: the role of stress and medical comorbidity
  2. A brain magnetic resonance imaging study of pituitary gland morphology in anorexia nervosa and bulimia
  3. An MRI study of pituitary volume and parasuicidal behavior in teenagers with first-presentation borderline personality disorder
  4. Decreased pituitary volume in patients with bipolar disorder
  5. Development and sexual dimorphism of the pituitary gland
  6. Effect of antipsychotics on pituitary gland volume in treatment-naīve first-episode schizophrenia: a pilot study
  7. Height of normal pituitary gland on MR imaging: age and sex differentiation
  8. Hippocampal to pituitary volume ratio: a specific measure of reciprocal neuroendocrine alterations in alcohol dependence
  9. Increased pituitary volume in antipsychotic-free and antipsychotic-treated patients of the Æsop first-onset psychosis study
  10. Increased pituitary volume in patients with established bipolar affective disorder
  11. In vivo assessment of pituitary gland volume with magnetic resonance imaging: the effect of age
  12. MR assessment of pituitary gland morphology in healthy volunteers: age- and gender-related differences
  13. MRI study of the pituitary gland in adolescent depression
  14. No pituitary gland volume change in medication-free depressed patients
  15. Pituitary abnormalities in eating disorders: further evidence from MRI studies
  16. Pituitary dimensions and volume measurements in pregnancy and post partum. MR assessment
  17. Pituitary gland: MR imaging of physiologic hypertrophy in adolescence
  18. Pituitary size in depression
  19. Pituitary volume and third ventricle width in euthymic patients with bipolar disorder
  20. Pituitary volume in neuroleptic-naïve schizophrenia: A structural MRI study
  21. Pituitary volume in patients with bipolar disorder and their first-degree relatives
  22. Pituitary volume in patients with panic disorder
  23. Pituitary volume in pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder
  24. Pituitary volume in psychosis
  25. Pituitary volume in teenagers with first-presentation borderline personality disorder
  26. Pituitary volume in treatment-naive pediatric major depressive disorder
  27. Pituitary volume in unaffected relatives of patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder
  28. Pituitary volume predicts future transition to psychosis in individuals at ultra-high risk of developing psychosis
  29. Pituitary volumes in hypochondriac patients
  30. Pituitary volumes in pediatric maltreatment-related posttraumatic stress disorder
  31. Reduced cortical folding of the anterior cingulate cortex in obsessive–compulsive disorder
  32. Seasonality and pituitary volume
  33. Smaller pituitary volume in adult patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder
  34. Volumetric differences in the pituitary between drug-naïve and medicated male patients with obsessive–compulsive disorder
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