What Causes Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction?

The lack of dopamine is critical, as she noted that the activity of the pars intermedia is normally inhibited (controlled) by dopamine. Without dopamine, the pars intermedia produces much more hormone than it should, causing the clinical signs of PPID.

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