Definition of Thyreoids
1. thyreoid [n] - See also: thyreoid
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Literary usage of Thyreoids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Oxford Loose-leaf Surgery by F. F. Burghard, Allen Buckner Kanavel (1919)
"OPERATION FOR LINGUAL thyreoids The dorsum of the tongue in the region of or immediately behind the foramen ..."
2. New England Medical Monthly (1899)
"I at once discontinued the use of the thyreoids and gave digitalis, ... Once more the thyreoids was prescribed, but no marked effect upon the tumor was ..."
3. Contributions by University of Minnesota Dept. of Anatomy (1922)
"But it is also true that the normal larvae in our experiments reacted more completely to pituitary feeding than did those which were without thyreoids, ..."
4. The Development of the Human Body: A Manual of Human Embryology by James Playfair McMurrich (1902)
"These are the lateral thyreoids (Fig. 165, Ith), and they arise from the posterior wall of the fourth branchial furrow, in embryos of ..."
5. Physicians' Manual of Therapeutics by Parke, Davis & Company, Davis & Company Parke (1901)
"thyreoids. The earlier reports of the successful use of ... "thyreoids" (P., D. & Co.) is supplied In one-ounce bottles; also In tablets and capsules in ..."
6. The Development of the Human Body: A Manual of Human Embryology by James Playfair McMurrich (1907)
"... From the posterior wall of the third branchial groove a pair of evaginations develop, similar to those which produce the lateral thyreoids. ..."