Prolactin, Growth Hormone and Cortisol in Manic Illness
The secretion of anterior pituitary hormones is normally controlled by neurotransmitters. A study of these hormones in manic illness may therefore provide information about the role of the neurotransmitters in the pathogenesis of mania and in the action of anti-manic medication.
KeywordsGrowth Hormone Cortisol Level Growth Hormone Response Manic Illness Anterior Pituitary Hormone
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