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Things thyroid often describes (“thyroid ________”)
cartilage, disease, hormones, hormone, function, storm, artery, gland, therapy, body, axis, cancer, tests, lobe, carcinoma, vein, stimulator, deficiency, membrane, dysfunction, replacement, disorders, nodules, antibodies, muscle, enlargement, disorder, condition, cells, feeding, tissue, notch, diseases, mass, muscles, tumor, drugs, activity, lamina, tumors, follicle, capsule, substance, glands, test, problem, failure, crisis, preparations, uptake, regulation, treatment, stimulating, imaging, abnormalities, status, growth, medication, lobectomy, remnant, scanning, scan, carcinomas, cancers, metabolism, secretion, volume, autoantibodies, laminae, surgery, receptors, stimulation, follicles, functioning, isthmus, acropachy, primordium, powder, anlage, fig, ablation, testing, cyst, ligament, iodine, neoplasms, suppression, autoimmunity, adenomas

Descriptive words:
desiccated, normal, human, enlarged, superior, lingual, fetal, overactive, inferior, underactive, ectopic, low, active, aberrant, lateral, substernal, maternal, dessicated, rat, dried, entire, hyperactive, median, foetal, exogenous, accessory, hyperplastic, mammalian, medullary, sterno, nodular, residual, pituitary, fresh, embryonic, solitary, healthy, sluggish, palpable, abnormal, diseased, toxic, crico, cervical, middle, retrosternal, mediastinal, bovine, adjacent, deficient, intrathoracic, dry, benign, painful, goitrous, oral, intact, defective, papillary, porcine, excess, cultured, malignant, inactive, called, differentiated, malfunctioning, sublingual, hyperfunctioning, excessive, hog, homologous, synthetic, neonatal, infant, vertebrate, transplanted, adult, atrophic, teleostean, thyrotoxic

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