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In the customary sense, the neurohypophysis is the posterior lobe (neural lobe) of the hypophysis (Fig. 1) situated together with the main substance of the adeno-hypophysis in the pituitary fossa of the sphenoid bone. Actually the posterior lobe is only a part of that portion of the hypothalamus which is to be defined as the neurohypophysis.

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Median Eminence Anterior Lobe Posterior Lobe Neurosecretory Cell Intermediate Lobe 
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