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    (external/internal intercostal muscles that assist with the respiratory movements of the ribs and transversus thoracis that crosses the inner surface of the ribs); and abdominopelvic region (external and internal oblique muscles and transversus abdominis). The rectus group consists of the rectus abdominis, between the xiphoid process and the pubic symphysis. The rectus abdominis is divided longitudinally by the linea Alba, and transversely by the tendinous inscriptions. The diaphragmatic muscle divides the thoracic and abdominal cavities performing respiration The muscles of the pelvic floor to assist in supporting the organs of the pelvic cavity and flex the sacrum/coccyx, and control movement of materials through the urethra and anus. The perineum (the muscular sheet which forms the pelvic floor) is divided into the anterior urogenital triangle and the posterior anal triangle. The superficial muscles of the urogenital triangle support external genitalia. The deep muscular layer between the public bones that supports the pelvic floor and the muscles of the urethra is the urogenital diaphragm. The deep muscular layer extending to the pubis, that supports the anal triangle, is the pelvic diaphragm. Examine the principal appendicular muscles of the body and distinguish their origins, insertions, actions, and innervations. The appendicular muscles make up forty percent of the body’s skeletal muscle. Appendicular muscles help the pelvic girdles, pectoral girdles, and the limbs.…

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    Perineal Trauma Essay

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    Approximately 2/3 require perineal suturing. Injury in the genital tract after delivery results in decreased function of the pelvic floor muscles. Perineal trauma has a long impact on the welfare of the mother both physically, psychologically and socially during the postnatal period, as dyspareunia (pain during intercourse), faecal incontinence and persistent perineal pain. There are reports 22% of new mothers complained perineal pain at 8 weeks postpartum and there are a few women experienced…

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    The use of red has developed into a norm: red ochre was used as face and body paint on females to symbolize the emergence of fertility, red often appears as a symbol of passion, lust, and fertility in ancient mythology, literature, and plays, red is used on Valentine’s Day, red is a highly popular color for women’s lingerie, and women commonly wear red lipstick. Groups conform to these fad’s which over time has associated red with fertility and sexuality. The evolutionary/bio-social theory…

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    The penis becomes partially erect with a few seconds of erotic stimulation. Both the testes are drawn towards the perineum. The scrotum also becomes tense and thicken. Lasts from minutes to several hours. Then there is the swelling of the clitoris. The muscle that surrounds the vaginal opening becomes tighter. The vaginal walls also start to produce a lubricating the liquid. The breasts also increase in size and the nipples become hard. The rate and blood rate pressure increase. Breathing…

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    this is not available it may be necessary to do a suprapubic cystostomy through a short vertical stab incision just above the pubic symphysis (Mundy, 1997). In complex injuries, an abdomino-perineal approach may be necessary, in which case the whole abdomen will need to be prepared for a long anterior midline incision. Some experts prefer to use the exaggerated lithotomy position to give access to the perineum (Mundy, 1997). V.c. Principles: The general principles of anastomotic…

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    Pelvic Pain Syndrome

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    The chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) is major problem and its incidence is increasing (1, 2), and most of those patients has the abacterial form (3, 4). The patients complaint from pain sensations in different regions, in the prostate, perineum, testes, suprapubic, groin, and back (5). These pain sensations may affect the quality of life of the patients which may be greater than pain itself (6, 7). Its cause is still unknown which may be previous infections, local chemical alterations, and…

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    Hypogastric Plexus Block

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    There are several best practices have embarked the processing of new medical practices and turn out to be the best. For example Delphi Technique, Implementation science, clinical nursing, Cognitive Theories, and Several other practices which try to keep best implementation of health care professionals. As a real life example need to be considered when a superior hypogastric plexus block is a type of injection that is used to control pelvic pain that does not respond to oral medications. This…

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    intended to inform, enlighten, and contribute to the efforts of stopping FGM/C. The World Health Organization (WHO) classifies FGM/C into 4 different categories. The first is Clitoridectomy which is partial or total removal of the clitoris (a small, sensitive and erectile part of the female genitals). In very rare cases, only the prepuce (the fold skin surrounding the clitoris) is removed (“FGM”). Excision is the second category which refers to the partial or total removal of the clitoris as…

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    A second degree tear during childbirth include muscle tissue of the perineum near the anus. (Mayo Clinic, 2014). These muscles give support to the rectum, vagina and bladder function. These tears usually require stitches and take a few weeks to begin the healing process (Mayo Clinic, 2014). Perineal tears are a common occurrence in spontaneous vaginal births and research has shown that up to 85 % of women will experience some form of tearing during the process (Herrera, Schneiderman & Perez,…

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    The articles this week reflects how we are truly surrounded by evil. I read in disbelief as I learned how so many incent people were neglected, tormented, and killed for research. The article about Unit 731 was very disturbing. I was repulsed as I read about the prisoners being placed in chambers to test how much pressure they could handle until there eyes popped out. I don’t understand how anyone could justify this type of cruelty. It was just as heartbreaking to know that those who were…

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