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thy·roid

 (thī′roid′)
n.
1. The thyroid gland.
2. The thyroid cartilage.
3. A dried, powdered preparation of the thyroid gland of certain domestic animals, used in treatment of hypothyroid conditions.
4. An artery, vein, nerve, or other part associated with the thyroid gland or thyroid cartilage.

[Greek thureoeidēs : thureos, oblong shield (from thurā, door; see dhwer- in Indo-European roots) + -oeidēs, -oid.]

thy′roid′ adj.
thy·roi′dal adj.

thyroidal

(θaɪˈrɔɪdəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the thyroid gland
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Adj.1.thyroidal - of or relating to the thyroid gland; "thyroid deficiency"; "thyroidal uptake"
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