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Light cells of thyroid

Light cells of thyroid --> parafollicular cells

cells present between follicles or interspersed among follicular cell's; they are rich in mitochondria and are believed to be the source of thyrocalcitonin.

Synonym: c cell, light cells of thyroid.


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