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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or affecting the thyroid
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as thyroid.
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- adj. of or relating to the thyroid gland
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Effect of fluorine on thyroidal iodine metabolism in hyperthyroidism.
Studies have shown that perchlorate inhibits iodine uptake not only in the thyroid, but also in non-thyroidal tissues such as the salivary glands, gastric mucosa, and lactating mammary gland.
And if you must sunscreen, get enough iodine oddly, iodine mitigated these chemicals' thyroidal effects and maybe go for a zinc oxide, although it may make you look somewhat like Marcel Marceau.
How many instances of classic thyroidal symptoms do you have to list before they listen?
This covering of the tracheal incision by the slipping back of the drawn-aside thyroidal isthmus is one of the most frequent avoidable causes of mortality, because it deflects the cannula off into the tissues when it is replaced after cleaning during the early postoperative period.
It helps ease depression that is caused by thyroidal diseases.
High-cereal-content diets can disrupt normal carnivore metabolism and trigger abnormal endocrine gland responses, especially thyroidal and pancreatic.
This is one of those areas where the whole is more than the sum of its parts, and people who disparage the iPad as merely a hyper-thyroidal iPhone are failing to see the bigger picture.
Taiwan Chinese children/adolescents presenting with moderate or severe thyroidal dyshormonogenesis.
The effects of IGF-1 receptor knockout did not extend to other hormonal control axes-both gonadal and thyroidal functions remained normal, emphasizing the specificity of reduced IGF-1 stimulation.