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Unformatted text preview: hypothalamus are they regulated, and what cells are their endocrine targets? Hypothalamic Hormone Anterior Pituitary Hormone Endocrine Targets Hormones secreted from target gland Prolactin None TSH T 3 & T 4 ACTH Cortisol GH IGFs FSH Androgens LH Estrogen and progesterone **Figure 7-14** What are the consequences of the following? Make sure you understand how they affect the other hormones of this pathway. Make sure that you understand which gland is affected. Iodine insufficiency inability to make T 3 /T 4 . Birth Control Contraceptives that target increases in estrogen and progesterone. Steroids (Testosterone) in males. Tumors in AP that cause an increase in ACTH production. Antibodies that form against TSH receptors in the thyroid gland....
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