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The main function of the pituitary gland lies in its ability to make hormones that retain many of our bodily functions. This is made possible by the nerve fibers that span these two structures and allow for easy communication
The main function of the pituitary gland lies in its ability to make hormones that retain many of our bodily functions. The front (anterior) and back (posterior) lobes are the primary secretory glands. These glands are innervated by the nervous system. This is made possible by the nerve fibers that span these two structures and allow for easy communication. Likewise, a thin vascular connection that is forged within the pituitary stalk, or infundibulum, facilitates the hypothalamus’s control. Further, the pituitary gland itself is supplied by branches off of the internal carotid artery.