Follicular cell

What is Follicular cell?

Follicular cells or principal cells are cells in the thyroid gland that are responsible for the production and secretion of thyroid hormones, that is, thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3).

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hello.i want to ask about my problem regarding my nodule at my left thyroid lobe.I had already my thyroid profile but it's all normal.I have my...

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Hi, dear
I have gone through your question.
I can understand your concern.

You have thyroid nodule. Your thyroid function test is normal so you don...

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I have a goiter starting growing with nodules 15 years ago - that was when I noticed it. The lobes have been bigger about 5 cm and the other the...

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Thanks for sharing your concern here. I have gone through all the details that you have mentioned.

You have a multinodular goiter which has...

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microscopic description

smear show contain scanty thyroid follicular cells with admistd

lymphoid cells in varying stages of maturation


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Thanks for posting your query.

Unfortunately your history is absent, what you have provided is only a histopathological report.

Please answer...

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