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    sternum ends: thereupon, Taj runs the incredibly sharp blade along the skin from the sternum to the pelvis, making sure that the genitals stay intact for gender identification. Not wanting to cut through the foul smelling organs beneath, he uses just enough force on the knife to cut through the skin and fat on the abdomen. After setting the knife down on the ground next to him, Taj uses his left hand to lift the upper hind leg of the deer into the air. With his right hand, he reaches into the open cavity of the deer, and pulls out the first organ he sees, the liver. He starts pulling out the other organs and makes it to the stomach, thereupon carefully extracting it. Handling it gently, he does not spill out the foul-smelling cud the deer would have been chewing that evening. The intestines are next: ergo, he removes his hand from the open cavity of the deer and picks up his knife. Still holding on to the hind leg, Taj moves to the rear of the deer. Next, he plunges his knife into the skin on the left side of the deer’s sphincter, and he proceeds to cut a circle around the sphincter so he can pull the colon out. After setting the knife down, he reaches his hand into the abdomen of the deer. As he grabs the colon, he makes certain to not grab the portion where the excrement is. Pulling on the colon, he notices it is not coming out. He, therefore, sets the lifted leg on his shoulder, and picks up the knife with his left hand. Keeping pressure on the colon, he uses the knife…

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    HUMAN DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 1.0 Introduction Humans need to obtain nutrients by taking in different kinds of food. The food we eat needs to be broken down into simple, soluble forms before it can be absorbed by our body. The human digestive system has many process. It contains different stages and works in different organs. It starts at the oral cavity and ends at the anus. The digestive system involves five main processes in the digestive system; ingestion, digestion, absorption, assimilation and…

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    (abdominoplasty) is a surgical procedure that is designed to improve the appearance of the abdomen. Dr. John Michael Thomassen frequently performs tummy tucks for residents in and around Fort Lauderdale, Fla. During an abdominoplasty, Dr. Thomassen tightens the muscles of the abdominal wall, he also removes excess fat and unnecessary skin from the abdomen. Sometimes, during a tummy tuck, Dr. Thomassen also performs liposuction. Reasons the Abdomen Becomes Less Tone Various factors contribute…

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    Baton Rouge Following pregnancy, countless women are left with excess fat and a protruding abdomen; in addition, individuals who lose a substantial amount of weight can also experience overstretched abdomens and excess abdominal fat. An abdominoplasty, which is also referred to as a tummy tuck, is a procedure that Dr. Thomas Guillot performs at The Oaks at Goodwood Medical Spa in Baton Rouge. A tummy tuck is designed to flatten and contour an individual's waist and abdomen; therefore, a tummy…

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    Along with the different functions that follow while food is being digested into the body. Among the many things that the digestive system has to offer it also has it’s not so good perks like symptoms & disorders. I have chosen to research about how an infected appendix can affect anybody without a single warning. I will also discuss how it affected a very well-known solo artist and his ordeal behind his Appendicitis. The Digestive System is a long complex system that is made up of many…

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    The duodenum then connects to the jejunum at the duodenoljejunal junction, and the jejunum begins at the ligament of Treitz. The jejunum occupies about two fifths of the small intestine and has a wider and thicker wall than the ileum. The ileum is the longest section of the small intestine, measuring approximately thirteen feet. It extends from the jejunum to the ileo-cecal valve where the small intestine joins the large intestine. The large intestine (colon) is about five feet, and measures…

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    is surgery to remove part of the small bowel. The small bowel, also called the small intestine, is the top part of the intestines. It is part of the digestive system. When food leaves the stomach, it goes into the small bowel. Most food is then absorbed into the body. A small bowel resection may be needed if the small bowel becomes blocked or harmed by disease. One type of procedure is called an open resection. This means the surgeon will make a long incision to open your abdomen for the…

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    Wolf’s small intestine is similar to other mammals in structure and function. Except that wolf’s small intestine is shorter than other non-ruminants. There is a trend in digestive system lengths correlate to an animal’s diet (Strack and Linzey.) Carnivores like wolves have less complex and less variety of diet (Strack and Linzey.) Unlike humans, wolves have smaller pancreas, which mean less enzymes produced(Griffiths and Ruish.) Wolves need to eat digested food with enzymes or easily digested…

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    Introduction The gastrointestinal tract (GI) comprises of the oral cavity, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, and the anus. Also, digestion process start from the mouth; the ingestion of food stimulate the salivary secretion (mouth), the food is chewed before its passage through the esophagus down to the stomach where mechanical and chemical digestion takes place. Pepsinogen from the chief cells helps with the digestion of protein, amylase from the saliva and…

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    n Art Objects, Essays on Ecstasy and Effrontery, by Jeanette Winterson, she stresses that art objects have another language of its own. Winterson since interested in Modernism, came to know about Roger Fry, after reading a biography on him by Virginia Woolf. Winterson’s initial experiences to the museum were unnerving, because of the crowd and, multiplicity of artworks, her failure to admiring art at first attempts, lack of exposure to contemporary arts, and, unfamiliarity towards some art…

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