Thyroid Hormones

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There are two primary hormones produced and released by the follicular cells of the thyroid gland. The follicles are made up of a central cavity filled with a sticky fluid called colloid surrounded by a wall of epithelial follicle cells. These follicles are the centre of thyroid hormone production and that production is dependent on the hormones’ essential and unique component: iodine....

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