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The effect of iodine on thyroid gland

, : The effect of iodine on thyroid gland. Acta Anat 27(3): 193-221

Function of the follicular epithelium may be drawn from measurements of nuclear volume. Cell activity may be better elucidated than by histological preparations. There appears in thyroids of normal and thiouracil treated albino rats a histologic and nucleovolumetric reduction of activity by KI (0.66 mg and 6.6 mg). Thyroid activity in hypophysectomized animals is reduced. It may be concluded from curves cf nuclear volumes that after application of KI an activation of thyroid epithelium in hypophysectomized animals could eventually be produced.


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