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nounPhysiology Anatomy Zoology
Any of several (in humans and other mammals, usually four) small endocrine glands located near or embedded in the thyroid gland, which produce a hormone that plays a major role in calcium metabolism.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Journal of Physiology.
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