medullary carcinoma

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A tumour whose consistency was thought to resemble that of bone marrow. Medullary carcinoma of the thyroid has associations with tumours of other organs (multiple endocrine neoplasia; see mens) and is often familial: it arises from the C cells of the thyroid and produces calcitonin, which can often be used as a tumour marker.

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