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Organs

Thyroid Gland

The hormones secreted by the thyroid gland contain triiodo-thyronine (T3), tetraiodothyronine (T4; generally termed thyroxine) and calcitonin. The thyroid gland is the largest endocrine gland of the body, which subserve these functions: Modulate the basal metabolic rate. Excite the psychosomatic development of the body. Play an essential

Eyeball (Bulbus Oculi)

The eyeball (L. oculus; Gk. ophthalmos) or ball of the eye is an organ that strongly resembles a camera in its structure and is an organ of sight. Additional, such as, for instance, a camera, its interior is black to stop reflection of light. It’s light sensitive

Sense Organs

The sense organs – eyes, ears, tongue, skin, and nose help to protect the body. The human sense organs contain receptors that send data via sensory neurons towards the suitable locations within the nervous system. Each sense organ contains different receptors. General receptors are found throughout the

Parathyroid Glands

Found along the posterior edges of the thyroid lobes inside the thyroid capsule, there are 2 pairs (superior and inferior) of small endocrine glands. They seem as small yellowish-brown bodies. The parathyroid glands secrete a hormone, which keeps blood calcium level by marshalling the calcium from the

Dura Mater

The cerebral dura mater (also termed cranial dura) is composed of 2 layers: outer bargain and inner meningeal layers and is a powerful fibrous membrane. With the exception of where they enclose venous sinuses, the 2 layers are fused with each other. Outer Layer (Or Endosteal Layer)

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