The fine structure of the parathyroid of the macaque is described, and is correlated with classical parathyroid cytology as seen in the light microscope. The two parenchymal cell types, the chief cells and the oxyphil cells, have been recognized in electron mierographs. The chief cells contain within their cytoplasm mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, and… (More)
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