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  • Short Summary: The Cheroid Movement Of The Body

    The choroidal arteries are deep cerebral arteries that supply deep structures in the brain. The anterior choroidal artery is a branch of the internal carotid and it supplies the choroid plexus in the lateral ventricles, parts of the visual pathway, the putamen, the thalamus, and the hippocampus. The posterior choroidal artery is a branch of the posterior cerebral artery. It supplies blood to the choroid plexus of the third ventricle and parts of the thalamus and hippocampus. An occlusion of…

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  • Essay On Nervous System

    (The nervous system Louisa Idzal) The nervous system is all connected because it’s a web of nerve cells and fibers that all send nerve impulses throughout and between body parts. The nervous system is really important because it’s in charge of sending messages to the spinal cord and brain to and from all parts of the body. Main organs of the nervous system are Nervous Tissue, Brain, Spinal Cord, Nerves, Sense Organs, and the Cerebrospinal Fluid. The nervous tissue is the main tissue of the…

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  • Ankaferd Blood Stopper Research Paper

    Abstract Adenoidectomy is a very common operation in children. Uncontrolled bleeding increases duration of operation, risk of infection, possibility of blood transfusion, cost of care and morbidity/mortality rates. This is of high importance especially in young children where normal physiological mechanisms are less adaptable to a rapid blood loss. This study was planned to investigate the safety and efficacy of two topical hemostatic modulators; Ankaferd Blood Stopper (ABS) and Feracrylum 1%…

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  • Homeostatic Research Paper

    also the changes in the internal environment during excursive the concept of homeostatic is the understanding of how our body works as one. Homeostatic is a system that works in order to keep the body maintained in its internal environment even in external changes ,internal environment controls of blood ,tissues fluids and all body cells contents all the metabolic processes are governed by enzymes actions, Homeostasis means the maintenance of continuous conditions in the internal environment…

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  • Tonsillectomies: A Case Study

    Tonsillectomies are among the most common surgical procedures performed on children. Children younger than 15 years of age receive more than 530,000 tonsillectomies each year in the United States.1 The most common surgical indications are recurrent upper respiratory infections and sleep apnea caused by airway obstruction.1 After the 1970s, indications of surgical necessity have gone from being associated with infections to being more commonly caused by upper airway obstruction.2 Tonsillectomies…

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  • The Respiratory System

    The respiratory system is a vital factor of gas exchange due to its structure. The structure provides an efficiency to the process due gas exchange requiring an efficient system. Gas exchange requires an efficient system because it is a process through which blood circulates around the body, collects oxygen, delivers the oxygen to the organs that require it and releases carbon dioxide. Oxygen enters the body, and carbon dioxide exits the body in opposite the direction. Gas exchange occurs across…

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  • Research Paper On Sickle Cell Anemia

    Sickle Cell Anemia Dakoda Howard Indiana State University Pathophysiology 11/10/2016 Abstract The aim of this paper is to help individuals who do not understand or want to better their knowledge in Sickle Cell Anemia (SCA). SCA is commonly referred to as Sickle Cell Disease or SDA. The area of target is a general overview of that SCA, along with the various amounts of complications that can arise when someone has the disease. The paper will go over some of the more life threatening…

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  • Sherlock Holmes Case Summary

    This memo is in response to the case Senior Constable Sherlock Holmes is investigating regarding the accused, Donny Doer and the deceased, Velma Victim. The incident occurred at a family gathering for brunch with Velma Victim’s daughter Sally Victim, Donny Doer’s wife Debbie Doer and Joe and Wendy (the parents of the deceased). The deceased became aware of Donny Doer’s human immunodeficiency (HIV) condition when they had gone camping together previously and encouraged him to tell his wife. He…

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  • Intrathoracic Lymphatics: A Case Study

    Introduction The thoracic cavity has complex networks of lymphatics which have a fundamental immunological function protecting intrathoracic organs such as the lungs, pleura, oesophagus and mediastinum. These networks drain interstitial fluid from the lungs, chyle from the gastrointestinal tract, and white blood cells and other immune components (Brotons et al., 2012). Thoracic lymphatics are involved in several diseases that most thoracic surgeons are concerned about. The most important…

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