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Pineal Gland
...  neuroglial cells. It gets innervated by the autonomic nervous system, and only that. Even if the pineal gland is located in the brain, it does not receive innervation from the brain. The superior cervical ganglion of the autonomic nervous system is specifically in charge of this innervation. The pineal gland exists in most mammals, and its function is explicitly recognized in some organisms.  ...

Thyroid Gland
...  These cells are known as parafollicular cells, and they secrete calcitonin and thyrocalcitonin. Innervation to the thyroid gland comes from the postganglionic neurons from the superior and middle cervical ganglia. Additional innervation is supplied by the second to the seventh segment of the spinal cord with their preganglionic neurons. The thyroid is the gland that produces the hormones  ...


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