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  • Differentiate Between Skin Of Fish And Amphibia Case Study

    1. Differentiate between skin of fish and amphibia Fish (Scoliodon) Amphibia (Frog) *Skin is rough and tough which remains *Skin is smooth and loose which remain attached with the underlying muscles. separates from the underlying muscles by lymph . sac.…

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  • Closed Head Trauma Research Paper

    the open head trauma or penetrating head trauma, however, there is penetration of the skull, thus leading to direct damage to the brain. This damage can occur to any part of the brain such as rupture of the dura mater, the outermost layer of the meninges. An open head injury is more likely to be caused by high velocity missile than low velocity objects,…

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  • Spina Bifida Classification

    Bowman, 2016a). Myelomeningocele, the most serious neural tube defect, is visible at birth. Children with myelomeningocele have a cleft in the vertebral column, with a corresponding defect in the skin resulting in a sac of fluid that contains exposed meninges and spinal cord (McLone, & Bowman, 2016a). This leads to malformation of the vertebral column and spinal cord, and ultimately the skull and brain. Therefore myelominingocele can cause numerous impairments such as lower limb paralysis,…

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  • Essay On Head Trauma

    that can happen from brain damage. As we have learned in class, the brain is made up of neurons, gyri, sulci and precise pathways, making it one of the most complex structures in our body. Even though the brain is well protected by the skull and meninges, there are a few ways damage can still occur, contact sports is one of them. While contact sports do provide enjoyment for the people watching, they do pose a danger to the athletes playing. Information pertaining to the potential risks of…

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  • Essay On Brain Injury

    injury affects more than one person’s life. We must all value our brain as we don’t get a second one. All of us have fallen down, got hurt, and injured ourselves several times. Brain has several protective layers including the hair, skin, skull, meninges and cerebrospinal fluid. In spite of these layers of protection we still have injuries that hurt us due the pain and disable us to function normally. What is head injury? A brain injury is one of the serious kind injury that dysfunctions our…

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  • S Pneumonia Research Paper

    S. Pneumoniae bacteria are encapsulated gram-positive coccus. They are an elongated shaped cell that is arranged in pairs and in short chains and are non- motile and non –sporing organisms. S. pneumonia is cultivated in the anaerobic condition in blood or chocolate agar in thirty-seven degrees celsius and is incubated for twenty-four hours; this increases the bacteria growth by five to ten percent. The characteristic of the culture of S. pneumonia is a small smooth colony with alpha hemolysis.…

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  • Childhood Cancer Paper

    The incidence of death from cancer is decreasing, but it will always have a significant impact in nursing practice. Mortality has declined by 66% over the past 30 years, from a 5-year survival rate of less than 50% to approximately 83% today (Barbel & Peterson, 2015). The article, “Recognizing subtle signs and symptoms of pediatric cancer”, discusses the causes and risks, signs and symptoms, details of the different forms of cancer, as well as some nursing implications in regards to pediatric…

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  • Central Nervous System Essay

    The nervous system in the body is divided into Central Nervous System (CNS) and Peripheral Nervous System (PNS). Central nervous system controls all important nerves inside the body enable the body to do its daily tasks. Peripheral nervous system is the system that control on the outside the brain and spinal cord. Both systems are requiring in the body for different functions. The central nervous system consists of the nerves in brain and spinal cord. The brain is responsible for organize and…

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  • Golgi Wear Analysis

    According to the text, the main problem in visualizing neurons was not due to their minuteness, but it was because of the way they are constructed. Neurons are so tightly packed and intertwined together through one another, that when you try to look at them through a microscope, you cannot see anything clearly. With the discovery of the neuroanatomical techniques, the Golgi stain method and the Nissl stain methods; this has allowed neuroscientists to see the complex network of structures…

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  • Multiple Sclerosis

    Multiple Sclerosis - Kellie McThenia Multiple Sclerosis involves an immune-mediated process in which an abnormal response of the body 's immune system is directed against the central nervous system. Within the central nervous system or CNS, the myelin sheath (fatty substance that surrounds the nerve fibers) is attacked by the immune system. This forms scar tissue, or sclerosis (scler/o meaning hard, -osis meaning abnormal condition or disease). The damaged or destroyed myelin sheath or nerve…

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