Cervical vertebrae

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  • Change In Health Care

    HPV is the is the most common sexually-transmitted infection in the United States, with currently seventy-nine million Americans infected, and approximately fourteen million new cases each year (Richardson, 2015). HPV causes cervical cancer in women, penile cancer in men, and oropharyngeal and anal cancer, in both men and women (Richardson, 2015). HPV was first recommended for only females, and schools did not want to suggest a recommendation that only addressed half of the…

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  • Parents Condoms And Hypocrisy Analysis

    Parents, Condoms and Hypocrisy In 1994 The New York Times ran an article written by Anna Quindlen. Her article is a well written piece in regards to the distribution of condoms in the New York City public schools. Up to this point, the school district had been passing out condoms to teenagers who did not require any permission from their parents. Lawsuits were filed, and the appeals courts decided that this violated parents right to confidentiality. Quindlen writes to show us that this is…

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  • Write A Term Paper On Healthy People 2020

    When the pleasure of sex becomes your worst nightmare, due to a sexually transmitted disease. In America many young adults, between the ages 15 to 24 are becoming infected with sexually transmitted diseases, also known as STDs. It is important to inform the communities how to perform a healthy sexual activity, to prevent any sexual partner from becoming infected during the act. According to the Healthy People 2020, the goal is to educate our society by promoting healthy sexual activities,…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of The Gardasil Vaccine

    promoted the use of the Gardasil Vaccine, which helps to protect against 4 strains of human papillomavirus (HPV). The vaccine protects against two specific strains of HPV that cause the majority of cervical/vaginal cancers. The slogan for the Gardasil Campaign is “One Less” as in one less person with HPV or cervical cancer. The campaign used risk message frames, stigmas, emotions, and scare tactics to reach the universal public fear of cancer to influence and persuade that consumers get this…

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  • Pruritus Vulvae: A Case Study

    Physiological vaginal discharge does not need medical intervention. However discharge associated with increased quantity, pruritus, and foul smell, with changes in its colour or with blood seeks medical treatment (Panda et al, 2013).There are different types of pathogens causing vaginal discharge and their identification is challenging. Vaginitis caused by bacteria, fungi or protozoa can be associated with altered vaginal discharge and odor (Kataria et al, 2015). Vulval irritation, or pruritus…

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  • Thoracic Vertebrae In The Spine

    differences between the vertebrae in the spine, are shape and secondary functionality. The cervical vertebrae are the smallest, they are the most flexible allowing the biggest range of head movement. The only vertebra containing no vertebral body, the axis, is located in the cervical vertebrae. Thoracic vertebrae are mid sized, and the physical shape of the thoracic vertebrae are the most rigid because they connect the ribcage and torso to the spine. Thoracic vertebrae are the only vertebrae to…

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  • Chimpanzees Vs Humans

    thickness. While the cervical vertebrae are similar to humans as they serve the same function, the chimpanzees vertebrae are thickest and sturdiest in the thoracic section. Descending from there, the vertebrae become increasing smaller and slimmer as they approach the sacrum. Chimpanzees have a substantially larger surface area than humans in all but the lumbar vertebrae. While humans require strong lower back muscles to keep the body upright, apes need thick, sturdy vertebrae in their upper…

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  • Perin V. Hayne Case Study

    such delineation. Perin v. Hayne Ilene Perin, the plaintiff, was a patient who suffered from several associated issues and pains, in which the cause was determined to be two protruding cervical discs in her neck. Dr. Robert Hayne, the defendant and attending neurosurgeon, suggested the fusion of the two cervical discs would subside the pain and other related issues in her neck, back, right arm, and extremities. Upon the conclusion of a successful bone fusion…

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  • The Five Fertebras In The Lumbar Spine

    There is bone checking on cervical, thoracic, vertebrae. These bones are irregular, so they gathered by cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacral. The gatherings have different measures of vertebras for everyone. The cervical spine aggregate has seven vertebras. The thoracic spine aggregate has twelve. There are five vertebrae's in the lumbar spine. The last section is sacrum, and there is five vertebrae's in the sacrum excluding the three vertebrae's in the coccyx. "Bone markings along the edge of…

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  • Baseball Catcher Research Paper

    change positions when needed. It looks like a very easy position but in the end it is one of the most important positions in baseball. To start off in the position you will have cervical extension to be able to watch what is going on with the pitcher and also people on base at all times. The most important muscles in cervical extension would be trapezius, levator scapula, splenius capitis, splenius cervicis, rectus capitis posterior major, recuts capitis posterior minor,…

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