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Overview of the Male and Female Reproductive Systems
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The reproductive system is a system that includes the sex organs in both the female and male body which allows people to reproduce. The main organs of the reproductive system are the gonads, which is the testes in males and the ovaries in females. From the gonads, sex cells or gametes, are produced for reproduction. The female reproductive system’s major functions are to produce functional gametes, protect and support developing embryo, maintain growing fetuses and nourish a newborn infant. The…...
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What is Engineering Drawings?
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“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.” these are the wise words from an intelligent man called Leonardo da Vinci (n.d.). he was a painter, engineer, mathematician and much more. From his fruitful mind sprang ideas of war instruments, designs of flying machines, and many theories and concepts that were way ahead of their time. Most known for his paintings like the Mona…...
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Respiratory System of a fish
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The respiratory system is an intricate structure existing in most forms of life, which allows for these organisms to take air into their bodies for cellular respiration to take place inside cells, as the name suggests. Cellular respiration is the oxidation of organic compounds that occurs within cells, producing energy for cellular processes. In humans, glucose is the 'fuel' molecule, which is oxidised by oxygen, producing carbon dioxide, water and energy. The formula is this: C6H12O6 (aq) + 6O2 (g)…...
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Pituitary Gland
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Introduction It is interesting to find out about the pituitary glands in more detail. The pituitary glands are just one major part of the endocrine system. The pituitary glands secrete hormones to the bloodstream. It has two different categories, such as the anterior lobe and the posterior lobe. The anterior lobe secretes different hormones that are important to the human everyday life. Prolatin, growth hormone, adrenocorticotropic, gonadotropins and thyroid-stimulating hormone are the anterior pituitary hormones. The Hormone Foundation, 2010) Prolatin…...
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The Nose, Nasal Cavity, and Pharynx Issuses
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The nose is the primary passageway for air entering the respiratory system. Air normally enters through the paired external nares, or nostrils, which open into the nasal cavity . The vestibule is the space contained within the flexible tissues of the nose The nasal septum divides the nasal cavity into left and right portions. The superior , middle , and inferior nasal conchae project toward the nasal septum from the lateral walls of the nasal cavity. A bony hard palate…...
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How Do Nerve Cells Work?
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How Do Nerve Cells Work and Why is it Important for Psychologists to know this Student number: M00267898 Word count (Excluding title and references section):1,062 Declaration By submitting this work I acknowledge that I am its author, that all sources consulted in its preparation are referenced appropriately in accordance with the referencing guide, and that I have not copied from any source. How Do Nerve Cells Work and Why is it Important for Psychologists to know this? Biological psychology hypothesises…...
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Diversity of Muscular Systems
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Muscular system in Porifera Porifera are most commonly known as sponges due to the appearance that they portray. Sponges lack a true muscle system but they still have some proteins that are present in muscle cells. These proteins are involved in regulating the circulation of water through the sponge's pores. One of them is a type of myosin that is essential for this function. (BARNES) Muscular system in Cnidaria Cnidaria is a phylum that includes familiar hydras, jellyfish, sea anemones…...
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Movement analysis project – The skeletal system
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The human skeleton consists of 206 bones, many of which move or hinge at joints and which, enable the body to achieve a variety of actions, such as running, throwing, striking, pulling and pushing. The human skeleton was created by evolution to perform six functions: I. To provide a lever system against which muscles can pull II. To provide a large surface area for the attachment of muscles III. To protect delicate organs (i.e the cranium protects the brain) IV.…...
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Investigation into the Effect on Pulse Rate & Breathing Rate During
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I am going to conduct an experiment on two fellow students. My first subject is Saleh he is a 30 year old male of ectomorphic body frame he is a habitual smoker and does not take regular exercise. My second subject is Laurence he is 19 year old male of ectomorphic body frame and does not smoke, by stark contrast he also takes regular exercise. In this experiment I will be conducting an investigation into the effects of exercise on…...
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Inferior Thyroid Arteries
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Thyroidectomy is the surgical procedure for removal of thyroid. The patient can be effect with Goiter, Thyroiditis, Hyperthyroidism, Graves disease, Thyroid nodule, Thyroid storm and thyroid cancer. These can effects patient’s metabolism and cause nervousness, restlessness, emotional liability, fast speech, tachycardia, arrhythmias, dyspnea, hoarseness, signs of tracheal or esophageal compressions, swallowing and breathing problem, increase of total cholesterol level, slowed mental functioning, pain, numbness and tingling by the area of nerve damage and in children with thyroid problem prone to…...
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How to lose the belly fat?
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A smooth flat tummy is a gift that every woman wants to possess. For it can build us a charming figure. But maybe you don’t know that losing belly fat is not only important to build a slimming figure but also has a significant effect on our health. It is important to lose the belly fat because excess belly fat has been linked with chronic diseases like diabetes and metabolic syndrome. If a person loses enough body fat, it may…...
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Free Thyroid Support Supplement Samples
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Free Thyroid Support! It is estimated that over half a million from many a countries suffer from thyroid problems. A thyroid is a small butterfly shaped gland in the human body that is generally found in the front of the neck. It protrudes slightly in men, and is also known as the Adam’s apple. This gland produces hormones called Thyroxine or T4 and triiodothyronine or T3. It is well known that the human body is made up of cells. These…...
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Comparison of Blood Groups
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Anatomy & Physiology Compare blood types and the basis for ABO and Rh incompatibilities. The ABO blood types are the most well known and medically important ones. The ABO blood type can be found in not just in humans, but other primates as well. The four principal types are; A, B, AB, O. An individual’s blood type is determined by a combination of two antibodies and two antigens; namely antigen A, antigen B, Anti A, and Anti B. The surface…...
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Clinical Chemistry Tests in Medicine
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A discussion of blood tests used as a diagnostic tool in medicine. Clinical Chemistry Tests in Medicine Of the diagnostic methods available to veterinarians, the clinical chemistry test has developed into a valuable aid for localizing pathologic conditions. This test is actually a collection of specially selected individual tests. With just a small amount of whole blood or serum, many body systems can be analyzed. Some of the more common screenings give information about the function of the kidneys, liver,…...
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Research on Eukariotic Cell Structure
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A complete introduction to the cellular world Cells There are many parts of a cell, they all have specific duties, and are all needed to continue the life of the cell. Some cells exist as single-celled organisms that perform all of the organism's metabolism within a single cell. Such single-celled organisms are called unicellular. Other organisms are made up of many cells, with their cells specialized to perform distinct metabolic functions. One cell within an organism may be adapted for…...
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Cell Analogy – Mall Essay
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Cell Membrane – The cell membrane protects the interior of the cell from outside containments. keeps the cell in contact and maintains its form. This relates to mall security guards. They’re occupation is to protect the promenade. do certain everything is integral and everybody is safe. Without the cell membrane. containments could come in. the security guards do the same. Without them. bad people or things could go on in the promenade.Cell Wall – The cell wall provides structural support…...
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Systems of Human Body
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An examination of the ten body systems that make up the human body There are 10 body systems, one of them is the Integumentary (skin). It is composed of hair, skin, nails, sence receptions and oil glands. Its functionis to protect from outside, to regulate the body temperature, to make synthesis of hormones & chemicals and is used as a sense organ. Another one is the Skeletal System (bones). It is made of about 206 bones, that are divided in…...
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Alternative Medicine- Home Remedies for Menstruation Relief
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The female reproductive system is really wonderful. Each month the ovaries produce an egg that is deposited into the fallopian tube. The wall of the uterus known as endometrium thickens and there is an increase in blood circulation throughout the reproductive system. This is all in preparation for pregnancy. However, if the woman is not pregnant, then all these things have to be dismissed. This is known as the period. Once the expulsion is carried out, the ovaries produce a…...
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The Role of Blood Vessels in Insulin Secretion
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Insulin is a hydrophilic ligand that is incapable of traveling across the hydrophobic plasma membrane unassisted. Because of this, insulin must use a protein receptor located on the plasma membrane to communicate with cells. These receptor proteins on the transmembrane are made by transmembrane polyribosomes and is part of the glucose transport channel that acts as a 'lock and key' model. Once activated by the process of phosphorylation, the phosphate groups on the interior part of the receptor are released…...
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Cell: Definition and Functions
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They transfer impulses from the central nervous system to parts like muscles and glands. They have a long axon; possess receptors and located in the spinal code, brain and form part of the central nervous system. They are connected to the interneurons by a synapse at one end (Khan Academy, 2020). The cell body contains the nucleus which carries genetic information and maintains the neuron's structure. It is surrounded by a cell- membrane which protects the organelle like: Nucleus which…...
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Non-invasive haemoglobin meaurement report
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NON-INVASIVE HAEMOGLOBIN MEASUREMENT USING PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE A PROJECT REPORT Submitted by DHARSHANA SHAHINI R(Reg. No. 201503034) HARIPRIYA S (Reg. No. 201503045) In partial fulfillment for the award of the degree of BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING in ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING MEPCO SCHLENK ENGINEERING COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), SIVAKASI - 626005 March 2019 BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE Certified that this project report titled "NON-INVASIVE HAEMOGLOBIN MEASUREMENT USING PHOTOPLETHYSMOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE" is the bonafide work of DHARSHANA SHAHINI R (Reg.No: 201503034), HARI PRIYA S (Reg.No:201503045) who carried out…...
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Cryptosporidium And How It Works
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Cryptosporidium is a parasite that is fundamentally spread by means of the fecal-oral course from individual to individual or by means of sullied nourishment or water. It is increasingly pervasive in low asset settings and is normally not among the wellbeing needs for the European locale. By and by, the disease isn't so inconsistent even in industrialized nations with high cleanliness and sanitation principles, and it has been found to cause episodes, including gigantic flare-ups through the pollution of the…...
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Anatomy Of The Retina
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INTRODUCTION: ANATOMY OF THE RETINA: The retina of the vertebrates is divided into 3 cellular types namely: the outer nuclear layer,inner nuclear layer and the ganglionic layer. Photoreceptors present on the outer nuclear layer can sense light and transduce signals and information to ganglionic cells through 3 different types of interneurons :bipolar cells,amacrine and horizontal cells.The axons of the ganglion cells runs beneath the ganglionic cell layer that constitutes the nerve fibre layer.The outer and inner plexiform layer is formed…...
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STAINS AND AUTOMATION
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INTRODUCTION Hematology stains and reagents are fundamental for clinical and restorative cytology examine. Difficult to see blood, bone marrow or lymphatic framework segments is effectively observed and naturally handling the Wright, Giemsa and Lieshman detail work proficiently on arranged blood spreads. Working with time delicate examples all the hematology stains are intended to work quickly for the most exact outcomes. ROMANOWSKY- TYPE STAIN Romanowsky stains are unbiased stains made out of a blend of oxidized methylene blue (purplish blue) colors…...
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D1As people get older there are many characteristics that will
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D1As people get older, there are many characteristics that will happen in both men and women. These characteristics include the skin becoming thinner, more wrinkled and less elastic, the bone being less heavy and also are more likely to fracture, the joints will become stiffer and will also become more painful, the sense of the person's balance will slowly become more and more impaired, the taste and smell senses will start to deteriorate and the sensitivity of skins starts to…...
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Neonatal Bacterial Infections In Developing Countries
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CHAPTER 1 BRIEF OVERVIEW OF NEONATES A neonate (from Latin, neonates) is a baby that is 28 days old or younger and also known as a newborn. This term includes premature, mature and postmature infants. The neonatal period is the first 28 days of the child's life and this is when changes are very rapid. The child is at the highest risk of dying during this first 4 weeks of life and it is therefore important that appropriate care and…...
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Secondline therapy
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Second-line drugs that target RRMS include Fingolimod, Alemtuzumab and Natalizumab. These drugs are used in patients who, despite first-line therapy, continue to have many attacks or deteriorate rapidly. In general, these drugs are more effective than first line therapies, but have more severe side effects. Fingolimod One of the most well-known drugs used in MS is Fingolimod. When fingolimod enters the body, it is phosphorylated to fingolimod-phosphate. This substance is structurally comparable to s sphingolipid, called sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P), an extracellular…...
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Impact of caffeine and vitamin D on the brain
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Introduction Now-a-days, memory, attention and cognition power have been reduced to various reason. Prolonged wakefulness is a widespread phenomenon. Nevertheless, in the field of sleep and wakefulness, several unanswered questions remain. Prolonged wakefulness can be due to acute total sleep deprivation (SD) or to chronic partial sleep restriction. Although the latter is more common in everyday life, the effects of total SD have been examined more thoroughly. Both total and partial SD induce adverse changes in cognitive performance. First and…...
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Vulvar cancer is a rare disease representing only 35 of all tumors
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Vulvar cancer is a rare disease, representing only 3-5% of all tumors of the female genital tract and 1% of all cancers in female (5). Ninety to ninety-five percent of them are squamous cell carcinomas (SCC), and the remaining 5-10% being melanomas, sarcomas and basal cell carcinomas (6). Its annual incidence is 1.5 per 100,000 women per year, increasing constantly with age with the average age at diagnosis being 65-75 years old (7, 8). The disease is most commonly observed…...
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ModuleTitleAutonomic and EndocrineMEDSCI 142 Flying StartModuleTitleModule Contents+The endocrine system+Types of hormones+The nervous system -autonomic vs. somatic+Sympathetic vs. Parasympathetic+The alarm and relaxation responseOverview of Autonomic and Endocrine Systems 1ModuleTitleThe Endocrine SystemModuleTitle+The Hypothalamus controls the pituitary which controls the other endocrine organs such as the adrenal glands+The Hypothalamus also controls the autonomic nervous system +Functions of the hypothalamus include; control of body temperature, thirst, appetite, sleep cycles, sex drive and behavioural patterns+It achieves these functions by controlling the endocrine organs+Endocrine organs secrete…...
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Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type I HIV1
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The human immunodeficiency virus type I (HIV-1) has developed several strategies to condition the host environment to promote viral replication and spread. Viral proteins have evolved to perform multiple functions, aiding in the replication of the viral genome and modulating the cellular response to the infection (1). MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a class of small, non-coding RNAs, 19-24 nucleotides in length that bind to host mRNAs and regulate protein expression by mostly by binding through complementary binding sites located primarily at…...
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Overian Cancer
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What variables are related with ovarian malignant growth hazard? A large portion of the present data on components related with ovarian malignant growth hazard is from investigations of epithelial tumors. The most grounded hazard factor for ovarian disease is a family ancestry of bosom or ovarian malignancy. Versatile elements related with expanded hazard include utilization of menopausal hormone treatment and abundance body weight. A few set up ovarian disease hazard components adjust a lady's introduction to conceptive hormones, in spite…...
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Hypertension: Quiet Executioner
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INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND A worldwide issue influencing around 15-20 percent of all grown-ups is hypertension or hypertension (Wang et al., 2008). Hypertension is known as the quiet executioner since it doesn't give any suggestions or side effects. In spite of the fact that conclusion is straightforward and can normally be constrained by solid eating regimen, standard exercise, drug, or a blend of these, untreated hypertension will cause serious indications (Yeh et al., 2009). Cardiovascular illness, insulin obstruction, starch prejudice, hyperuricaemia, and…...
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Anatomy of Accidents final
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Anatomy of an accident The first mistake Fitz did was to climb all alone. He ended up making bad decisions. Had he climbed with someone who was experienced, he would have been guided accordingly. Moreover, more people would have made better designs. The second mistake he did was to leave the summer pack before climbing the last 100 meters. It was a wrong choice to make as the pack had items that could have reduced the chances of him falling.…...
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Soocial Isolation Essay
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1 Annotated Bibliography Badkhen, A. (2018). An Anatomy of Lostness. World Literature Today, 92 (6), 36. This article presents a study of dislocation developed by the AARP ethics committee in 2015. The standards are summarized, and a brief discussion is included of the implications going forward for loneliness and isolation. The author indicates that disconnection from a person's emotions forces others away by a display of awkwardness and slight aggression. This aggression is due to the desire to fit in…...
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Grey’s Anatomy Serial Review
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Grey's Anatomy is a medical drama that has been in the running for sixteen seasons. Over the course of sixteen seasons, the series has told viewers a handful of stories. Meredith Grey, the leading character, has suffered many hardships in her past, met new people, and had many highs in her life. She comes to fall in love with Derek Shepard and starts a family with him. Meredith suffers the loss of her mother, friend, and husband while managing the…...
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Anomalous development of Thyroid gland
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A cadaveric study in the coastal population of Andhra Pradesh Introduction: Thyroid gland is a butterfly shaped endocrine gland, highly vascular, situated infront of the lower part of the neck. Developmental anomalies consist of a diversity of morphological variations of the thyroid gland like hypoplasia, ectopia, hemiagenesis and agenesis. Aims: To study the anatomical differences of thyroid gland and their incidences. Study might helpful for surgeons to know the anatomical variations of the gland and their incidence. So as to…...
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Case of a 13-year Old Child
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The overall incidence of tumors with vulvar location is between two and seven cases per 100,000 women, and it increases with age. The mortality rate from this condition is estimated at 0.7 per 100,000 women.1 Vulvar malignancy is a rare gynecologic malignancy. Majority of the cases are squamous cell carcinomas. Adenocarcinomas are much less common. Mucinous ade-nocarcinoma may be classified into subtypes which include intestinal type, mammary gland-like adenocarcinoma and sweat gland carcinomas. 2 The clinical presentation, histopathologic studies, and…...
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ESSAY ON BLADDER AND BOWEL DYSFUNCTION
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Bladder and bowel dysfunction are also known as concerns with urinating or defecating. This frequently occurs due to nerve or muscle abnormality, as these structures regulate the flow of urine and the discharge of stool. Often females may feel an unwanted need to urine or pass stool without being able to control the urge. It can be so distressing and embarrassing that females tend to not seek help from healthcare workers and suffer in silence. The female urogenital tract comprises…...
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Anatomy and Physiology Notes Midterm 1
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Contents 1. Structural Organization of the Human Body (2 Lectures) 1. 3. 1 Tissues Tissue: groups of structurally similar cells that have perform common/related function Tissues cooperate within an organ for function of organ as a whole, different issues = division of labor 1. 3. 2 4 Types of Tissue: 1. Muscle Tissue: movement 2. Epithelial Tissue: covering 3. Nervous Tissue: control (regulation) 4. Connective Tissue: support Minimum two present in organ, usually takes 4 to make organs like kidney,…...
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What is Engineering Drawings?
...Our only standard is to strive to be the best in all that we do”. Whereas in the Engineering Your Future textbook( Oaks & Leon, Ed 9, pg. 2) it defines it as “a way to help mankind in economical ways by developing sound judgments.” in engin...
How Do Nerve Cells Work?
...Chiara Cirelli, Christina M. Gutierrez and Giulio Tononi (2004) ‘Extensive and Divergent Effects of Sleep and Wakefulness on Brain Gene Expression’ [online] available from: http://www. sciencedirect. com/science/article/pii/S089662730300814...
How to lose the belly fat?
...In particular, there are no ugly women only lazy women. Other than the tips we have mentioned above, we should be more persistent to accomplish such an activity. During daily life, we should to pay attention to our belly. Remember, no pole out! No ne...
Cryptosporidium And How It Works
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