Organ Hypophysis

The organ hypophysis has two possibilities:

  1. I am not able to feed the family (elevated prolactin).
  2. One is too small for the morsel (acromegaly, short stature).

 

The pituitary gland has the conflict content,”one is too small to get the good morsel, or to get rid of the bad morsel.”
In the active phase, it increases its function by cell proliferation and secretes more growth hormones, which is the biological sense.
If the conflict remains active, acromegaly results.
In hanging healing, the initial tissue melts away, which results in short growth.

 

Acromegaly:

Acromegaly develops in the conflict-active phase after a morsel conflict with the content: “I was too small to get or get rid of the morsel.”

Pituitary tumor:

The cause of the pituitary tumor is a conflict-active phase of the conflict, “not being able to feed” or “not being big enough to get or get rid of the morsel.”

Short growth:

The pituitary gland has the conflict content, “you are too small to get the good morsel or to get rid of the bad morsel.” In the active phase, it makes a functional increase by cell multiplication and secretes more growth hormones, which is also the biological sense. Suppose the conflict remains active, acromegaly results. In hanging healing, the initial tissue melts away, and this results in short growth.

Prolactin:

In the conflict of “not being able to feed the family,” the pituitary gland reacts, and prolactin increases. Milk shoots into the breast, and ovulation stops. This often fakes a pregnancy. In the man, this can lead to the growth of the breast.

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