Definition of Hypophyseal stalk
1. Noun. The funnel-shaped stalk connecting the pituitary gland to the hypothalamus.
Group relationships: Hypophysis, Pituitary, Pituitary Body, Pituitary Gland
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Literary usage of Hypophyseal stalk
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1. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1920)
"In the five days (120 hours) chick a definite hypophyseal stalk has formed, communicating between the lumen of the hypophysis and the oral cavity. ..."
2. Contributions by Dept. of Anatomy, University of Minnesota Dept. of Anatomy, University of Minnesota (1916)
"40 Transverse section of the hypophyseal stalk of a 28 mm. embryo. ... Development of the hypophyseal stalk The stalk connecting the hypophysis with the ..."
3. Neoplastic Diseases: A Treatise on Tumors by James Ewing (1922)
"Epidermoid carcinoma as a rule develops from the hypophyseal stalk, lies above the hypophysis, widens the chiasm and circle of Willis, protrudes toward the ..."
4. The Pituitary Body and Its Disorders: Clinical States Produced by Disorders by Harvey Cushing (1912)
"... almost invariably followed anj' procedure which led to contusions of the hypophyseal stalk. This led us to believe at first that a condition of relative ..."
5. The Principles of Therapeutics by Oliver Thomas Osborne (1921)
"Gushing and his co-workers Crowe and Homans, showed that separation of the hypophyseal stalk from the base of the brain, ie, separating the gland from the ..."
6. Annual Report of the Managers and Officers by Craig Colony for Epileptics (1919)
"hypophyseal stalk ballooned out corresponding to an eroded sella. Spurt of fluid from ventricles. Both lungs slightly congested, heart flabby, mixed clot on ..."