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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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  • Zika Informative Speech

    A Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) is a formal declaration by the World Health Organization (WHO). This statement designates (identify) a public health crisis of potentially global reach. If you are aware of it, you would probably know that it was declared only four times. All in the past 7 years. Starting with 2009 Swine flu, then both polio and Ebola in 2014, and last zika virus in 2016. So how these emergencies upraise? well I’m going to tell a short story, the zika…

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  • Essay On Haematoma

    which are commonly caused by external forces such as vehicular accidents and falls (Craft et al., 2015). Subdural haematoma can be described as an extra cerebral blood collection which is located between the dura mater and the middle layer of the meninges (Iliescu, 2015). The development of haematoma does not exist in the subarachnoid area or in the basal cisterns (Iliescu, 2015). “The accumulation of blood can increase the intracranial pressure and compress the brain” (Craft et al., 2015,…

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  • Concussions Or Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

    Many people overlook the severity of concussions and the potential health effects that it opposes on the brain. Concussions or mild traumatic brain injury is one of the most common neurological disorders as well as the leading cause of long-term disability according to Lisa A. Clarke 2012. A blow to the head causing the brain to move back and forth causes a concussion or mild traumatic brain injury. The brain being the most fragile organ in the body cannot handle this sudden movement and bounces…

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  • Neuroanatomy Assignment

    Student Name: Lucy Yarnold Topic: Neuroanatomy Paper Title: Jeuring, R., Van Driessche, K., Bosseler, L., Devries, C., Vanhaesebrouck, A., Gielen, I., Oevermann, A. and Chiers, K. (2012) 'Intracranial oligodendroglioma with optic nerve infiltration in a Labrador retriever '13, Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 81(5), 298-302. [4] Clinical condition and description of presentation: A Labrador retriever was presented with complaints of behavioural changes, starting 4 weeks previously. These…

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  • Erdheim-Chester Disease Research Paper

    Erdheim-Chester Disease is a fatal and an extremely rare disorder that can affect many different organs of the body. It is characterized by excessive production and accumulation of specific cells whose normal function is to fight infections. These cells, which are called histiocytes, infiltrate the loose connective tissue (lipid-laden macrophages) of the body. As a result this tissue becomes thickened, dense and fibrotic. Multiple different organs can be affected. Unless successful…

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  • Gg Surgery Case Study

    A right is morally what we are entitled to as a human being, rights must be respected by people around us, also individuals must also value other people people 's rights. An example of a right is the freedom of speech, this right allows an individual to speak their mind or their beliefs without being discriminated against for doing so. An individual has various rights when visiting a GP surgery for instance being protected and respected, it is exceptional that a GP surgery protects the right of…

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  • Difference Between Migraines And Headache Research

    drop during migraine attacks. When serotonin levels fall, the blood vessels dilate (swell). The drop in serotonin levels may also cause your trigeminal system to release substances called neuropeptides, which travel to your brain 's outer covering (meninges), resulting in headache pain. The drop in serotonin levels is thought to be due to a variety of different triggers such as anxiety, stress, lack of food or sleep, exposure to light, and hormonal changes in women. (Mayo Clinic, 2013) Genetics,…

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  • Cerebrovascular Disease Essay

    The heart is one of the most important organs in your body. Your heart helps the all the blood in your body circulates. For does who do not know the function of the blood-flow I will explain. On the right side of the heart we have two Vena Cava in which is superior and inferior. Next we have the right atrium, from the right atrium the flows through the tricuspid valve. Upcoming the blood flow goes through the right ventricle, to the pulmonary valve, succeeding to the pulmonary artery than to the…

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