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    Essay On Pilates

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    Drifting in Different Planes: Pilates inspired movements Many people who sought to Pilates exercises are often instructed to use many planes so as to work and move efficiently. Drifting in different planes basically involves proper execution and movement awareness as a part of the equation. The various planes have beneficial effects to movement in life. Many of these movements are performed through the sagittal plane where extension and flexion are executed. Examples of sagittal plane movements…

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    systems, and the components of the shoulder I do not feel confident in. A few reasons I chose the cardiovascular system are arterial blood gas volumes, pharmacology, and some of the test procedures. The concepts that are the most clear to me is the anatomy of the heart, most of the pathologies pertaining to the cardiovascular system, the pathology of the airway of the lungs, percussion and postural drainage procedures, airway clearance and coughing techniques, gait patterns and gait…

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    The Importance of Medical Knowledge Having basic medical knowledge is essential for survival and taking care of one’s self. Without this knowledge, people can infect each other mindlessly and cause themselves and others to be at risk. For instance, in the book The Ghost Map by Stephen Johnson, the majority of people living in that era were uninformed about the disease, cholera. People were in mass hysteria because they thought that the disease was caused by an odorless miasma. This caused…

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    Over the years, the amount of women in the medical field has increased tremendously compared to back in the days when the medical field was mainly occupied by males. For example, in 1970, only 7.6% of females were physicians in the medical field but by 2000, the percentage of women that becomes physicians increased to 24% which is a huge increase in a pretty short amount of time. Although the amount of women in the medical field has increased, the amount of gender discrimination moves such as…

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    Personally I have always felt that the best doctor in the world is a veterinarian he can’t ask his patients what is the matter he just has to know” Will Rogers. There are animals injured and with no homes. It is a vet’s job to save their lives and make them feel cared for. A veterinarian is someone who loves and saves animals that are hurt, in order for you to be one you have to know what’s wrong with them. The educational requirements needed to become a veterinarian is a bachelor’s degree and…

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    Anatomy And Physiology

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    Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Anatomy means the structure of the human body. Ana (making) Tomy (cutting.) Physiology means the study of normal human body’s functions. Physio (physical) Logy (study.) There are two different types of anatomy, which are Gross Anatomy and Microscopic Anatomic. Gross Anatomy refers to the structures that can be seen with the eyes. For example: the heart, the liver, and the kidneys. There are several subdivisions of Gross Anatomy such as; surface anatomy,…

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    Ars Anatomica Analysis

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    known for many different styles of art. The Ars Anatomica collection is prints that Leo did of the human anatomy. They are usually presented in the form of a book, but in the Leepa museum they are all hung together so you can see them as a collection. Baskin uses dark lines to shade and depict the human anatomy. In the two works that I am using, the prints show the images of the human anatomy in an honest form. The first print…

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    Angulation In Radiology

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    angles can be used to elongate or foreshorten parts of the anatomy that are the necessary focus of a radiographic study. Some examples include the tangential calcaneus and axial cranium projections. These directional changes of the tube can be very beneficial when trying to diagnose certain fractures, blastomas, and other assorted pathologies that would have been difficult to see on a radiograph with standard perpendicular CR…

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    the Roman empire, medicine in Rome revolved around Galen, a physician who reconciled the opposing philosophical constructs of Plato (an idealist) and Aristotle (a realist) through dissections and the formation of a systematic description of human anatomy. Although the belief in an irrational nature, a Platonic doctrine which stated that intangible forces outside of the natural world could have an effect on earthly beings had been popular in Greece, Galen and his followers revealed unease about…

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    Introduction As we all know, that anatomy is one of the historical subject and is still continuously being taught on due to its importance. The study itself begins as early as 1600 BC, with the emerging of Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus. The study during this era is mostly description on some parts of the human body. During the time of Aristotle, dissection was implemented on animal and this leads to founding of comparative anatomy subject. It was not until during the reign of King Ptolemy that…

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