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  • Hip Resurfacing Lab Report

    A Birmingham Hip Resurfacing (BHR) prosthesis is a medical device used for partial hip replacement surgery. The Birmingham Hip Resurfacing device is used to provide stability and mobility for patients with hip pain and joint deterioration. The implant contains two parts, both made of Cobalt-Chromium alloy. The top portion of the implant is spherical, which looks like half of a ball, with a thin cylindrical stem that branches out of the spherical piece. The parts are the acetabular cup and the…

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  • Spongy Bone Research Paper

    The human body has two hundred six bones that make up around fifteen percent of all body weight. They are vital for a body’s regular activities, so it can be very devastating when the bone is harmed from disease or injury. Many have suggested some factors that contribute to the harming of bone, but one of the most prevalent ones is caffeine. The purpose of this paper is to describe the anatomy of the human bone, discuss the health of bones, and show caffeine’s effect on the calcium in bones…

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  • Bone Fracture Research Paper

    There are many different fractures, however, the main categories are incomplete, complete, simple, and compound. Fractures that are incomplete or complete, refer to the way the bone breaks. The incomplete fracture is when the bone cracks, but does not break all the way through. As with the complete fracture, the bone breaks in two or more parts. With the compound or simple fracture, this is referring to rather or not the bone broke through the skin. With a compound fracture, also known as an…

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  • Tenosynovitis Research Paper

    A tendon is tissue that attaches muscle to over the counter bone. it's miles flexible, hard and fibrous and it can withstand tension. A ligament extends from bone to bone at a joint, whileover the counter a tendon extends from muscle to bone. Tendons and muscle mass work over the counter and exert a pulling force. Tendons and ligaments are tough and fibrous, however over-the-countery may be called tender tissue, due to overover the counter overover the counter smooth compared with bone. If…

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  • 2.1 Explain How The Musculo Skeletal System

    Case study one – (Explain how the musculo skeletal system structure is suited to the function it performs. (2.1) Mrs C is pregnant and wants to pick up a ball, describe in depth which parts of the musculo skeletal system are involved in this movement and which structural parts provide support and protection of the vital organs. The musculo skeletal system consists of bones of the skeleton, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments and joints, they all work together to provide the body support,…

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  • Poultry Muscular System Research Paper

    Poultry Muscular and Skeletal system The muscular and skeletal system of poultry is a very complex and functional system. The importance of the skeletal system for poultry is to provide structure and the importance of the muscular system is to provide movement. These two systems are very vital and interconnected to one another. In order to understand the importance of these systems, one must further understand exactly how the skeletal system functions, how the muscular system functions and…

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  • Cattle Muscle Analysis

    when one muscle, such as the extensor carpi radialis contracts, and the flexor carpi radialis relaxes, allowing the hand to extend. These muscles are attached to each other by ligaments. The muscles are then attached to the bones, and thus the skeletal system, by tendons (Farabee 2001) (Allen and Harper 2013). All of the muscles have both origin and insertion points to enable them to work together and perform their jobs correctly. The muscles are attached to the origin by tendons much of the…

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  • Wrist Joint Case Study

    wrist- eight carpal bones- scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate and hamate; and five metacarpal bones which are joined along with two long bones of the forearm- the radius and the ulna (Platzer 2004). This complex system of articulations works in unison to provide a global range of motion for the wrist joint. Motion at the wrist joint occurs between the radius and the carpal bones, which function as a single unit, and between the carpals and metacarpals. These…

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  • Paranasal Sinuses Case Study

    X-Ray Joints As we already know that knowledge of normal bone, joint and soft tissue appearances enables accurate description of abnormalities seen on X-ray. Systematically check the alignment of bone structures, joint spacing, integrity of bone cortex, medullary bone texture, and for abnormalities of any visible surrounding soft tissue structures. In Osteoarthritis look for LOSS: L-Loss of joint space O-Osteopyhtes S-Subcondral sclerosis S-Subchondral cysts X-Ray PNS Paranasal sinuses are air…

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  • Case Study: The 7 Patients Autogenous Wealth Bone Gut

    the cavity. The sponge absorbs the blood and helps to retain the clot formed. This helps in bone healing and regeneration of bone. In the third Group C of 7 patients autogenous tooth bone graft (AutoBT) was used to fill the cavity. Patient’s third molar tooth is extracted and sent to tooth bank to get it grinded in granule form of 400- 800µm. Sterilization of the material is done. After enucleation and curettage this granular form AutoBT is filled in the cavity and then gingival flap is…

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