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  • the primary capillary plexus of the median eminence portal vessels (or veins) of the pituitary stalk the secondary capillary plexus of the anterior pituitary the primary capillary plexus of the median eminence portal vessels (or veins) of the pituitary stalk the secondary capillary plexus of the anterior pituitary the primary capillary plexus of the median eminence portal vessels (or veins) of the pituitary stalk the secondary capillary plexus of the anterior pituitary Hypothlumus controls the anterior pituitary pituitary system by releasing release hormones or release inhibiting hormones. 3 main parts - primary plexus. Hypophyseal portal vessels and secondary capillry plexus
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