Anatomy

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy I. INTRODUCTION Background and rationale of the study: One of the leading cases of musculoskeletal trauma is fracture. Fractures are any break in the continuity of the bone. It usually occurs when the stress placed on a bone is greater than the bone can absorb. Muscles, blood vessels, nerves, tendons, joints and other …

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Aneurysms

Aneurysms To begin with, the word aneurysm derives from the Latin word “aneurysma. ” In Latin “aneurysma” means dilation and dilation means that act of expanding. From this, it is easier to figure out what an aneurysm really is. The definition of the English word aneurysm means, blood-filled dilation of a blood vessel. There are …

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How to Build A Body

How to Build a Body ABDOMINAL Ball Crunch “ My Core is at a point where I can do these pretty much ad infinitum, but when I first started out a couple years ago I found them noticeably more difficult than a tradition crunch on the floor. A part of that was due to having …

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Atherosclerosis Heart Coronary | Biology Dissertation

Atherosclerosis Heart Coronary | Biology Dissertation The Pathogenic Etiology of Atherosclerosis: A Review. Special Topics in Pathophysiology Contents 1 Introduction to the Components of the Cardiovascular System: 1.1 Their Underlying Relation of Atherosclerosis to Other Coronary Heart Diseases: 1.2 Introduction to Atherosclerosis: 1.3 Endothelial Dysfunction – Primary Initiation of Atherosclerosis: 1.4 The overall progression of …

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The function of the human body

The Function of the Human Body                 Exercise represents one the highest levels of extreme stresses to which the body can be exposed. Exercise physiology is the study of the function of the human body during various acute and chronic exercise conditions. These effects are significant during both short, high intensity exercise as well as with …

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Die zunahme der nutzung des internets

Die Zunahme Der Nutzung Des Internets Contents 1 Einleitung 2 Der menschliche Bewegungsapparat 3 Passive Bewegungsapparat 4 Knochen 5 Knochenformen 6 Knorpel 7 Aktive Bewegungsapparat 8 Glatte Muskulatur 9 Herzmuskulatur 10 Skelettmuskulatur 11 Aktin, Myosin und Titin 12 Muskelfasertypen 13 Muskelkontraktion 14 Motorische Einheit 15 Motorische Endplatte 16 Gleitfilamenttheorie 17 Arbeitsweisen und Kontraktionsformen der Muskulatur …

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Neurologic aspects of pain

Neurologic Aspects of Pain Contents 1 1. Neurologic Aspects of Pain 2 1.1. Functional Properties of Nerve Fibres 3 1.1.1. Properties of Peripheral Somatic Nerves 4 1.1.1.1. Somatic-motor fibres for the striated musculature 5 1.1.1.2. Autonomic-motor fibres for the smooth muscles of blood- and lymphatic vessels 6 1.1.1.3. Sensible fibres for somatic structures 7 1.1.1.4. …

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Human Digestion Sci/241

Human Digestion Sci/241 Human Digestion SCI/241 Human Digestion The beginning of the digestive process starts with the smell and sight of food which activate the salivary glands. The mouth is the point at which food enters the digestive tract and continues the digestive process by chewing food. The food is then broken down into pieces …

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Superantigens

Superantigens A superantigen is defined as a type of antigen which has the ability to cause polyclonal T cell activation via a large, nonspecific activation of T cells. There are three general families of superantigens: endogenous superantigens, exogenous superantigens, and B cell superantigens. Endogenous superantigens are encoded into the genome by different viruses; exogenous superantigens …

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The Pancreas

The Pancreas The pancreas is an organ located in the abdomen. It plays an essential role in converting the food we eat into fuel for the body’s cells. The pancreas has two main functions: an exocrine function that helps in digestion and an endocrine function that regulates blood sugar. Basic Anatomy: The pancreas is located …

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Anatomy And Physiology Of Ckd

Anatomy and Physiology of Ckd ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Chronic Kidney Disease Cardiovascular System The cardiovascular system is sometimes called the circulatory system. It consists of the heart, which is a muscular pumping device, and a closed system of vessels called arteries, veins, and capillaries. As the name implies, blood contained in the circulatory system is …

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Artifical Womb

Artifical Womb Imagine, the next time you want to have a child there might not be a need for a mother, at least her womb. Science is coming up with a way to eliminate the need for a mothers’ womb or a sergeant mother, in what they are calling “the new fashioned way”: growing the …

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Embryonic Stem Cells

Embryonic Stem Cells For centuries, past scientific discoveries have paved the way for future innovations. In addition, they have also positively impacted and influenced the medical and science field. A new discovery that scientists are looking into are Embryonic Stem Cells”otherwise known as ES Cells. While scientists are rushing to observe and experiment with ES …

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Smoking and Lung Cancer

Smoking and Lung Cancer Sometimes long – term smoking, has long term has long term effects on your body. Including Lung cancer and other horrible illnesses. Sometimes you could get Lung Cancer and other times you could even die. Which is why you should be prepared. In order to, you should know : The Respiratory …

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Digestive System: Main Issues

Digestive System: Main Issues In the article the structure and function of the digestive system, the author provides a comprehensive analysis of how the process begins until the excretion of undigested food materials. To give the reader a good understanding, he starts by stating the main parts that make the digestive system which include the …

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Digestion And Absorption

Digestion and Absorption Contents 1 Digestion and Absorption 2 References: Digestion and Absorption         Our  digestive system, also known as the gastrointestinal tract runs from the mouth to the anus. It consists of a group of organs that work together to convert food into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body ( n.d.Taylor, …

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