By G. M. Besser and Luciano Martini (Eds.)
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Prior to 20 weeks there is no true primary plexus; a capillary network lies along the ventral surface of the median eminence but vascular tufts do not penetrate the neural tissue (Nieminerva, 1950a; Rinne, 1962). This superficial plexus, also demonstrable in other species prior to the development of the primary plexus, has been termed the mantle plexus. A similar structure persists into adulthood in some reptilia. By 20 weeks capillary loops have penetrated the median eminence, increasing rapidly in number by 30 weeks.
Yalom, I. , and Fisk, N. (1973). Arch. Gen. Psychiatry. 28, 554-561. Zager, B. (1970). Psychosomatic Med. 35, 449-467. Chapter 2 The Hypothalamic-Pituitary Unit: The Maturation of the Neuroendocrine System in the Fetus P. D. Gluckman I. Introduction A. Experimental Models in Fetal Endocrinology B. Development of the Fetal Brain II. The Development of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary Unit A. The Hypothalamus B. Neurohormones and Neurotransmitters C. The Neurohypophysis D. The Adenohypophysis E. The Pharyngeal Hypophysis F.
The function of neurohormones in the placenta is not known. It is possible that they act as local regulators of placental hormone secretion. , 36 P. D. Gluckman 1979). It is also conceivable that these factors might enter the fetal systemic circulation and exert influences on the fetal pituitary. C. The Neurohypophysis The neurohypophysis forms as an outpouching of the developing diencephalon and is also apparent by the sixth week (Papez, 1940; Yokoh, 1968). By 9 weeks, the supraoptic nucleus and supraoptic-hypophyseal tracts are apparent (Yokoh, 1968).
Clinical Neuroendocrinology by G. M. Besser and Luciano Martini (Eds.)