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    Bone Loss Lab Report

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    Introduction Determination of bone mineral density helps in assessing bone quality. For instance, loss of bone mass which is obtained clinically as the change in BDM (bone mineral density) aids in determining bone fragility (Paschalis, 2009). Though, bone mineral density cannot be used alone to indicate that someone will suffer from bone fracture since there is the difference in BDM between the populations. Some people in a particular community develop bone fracture while others do not. Some…

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    Assessment: The patient has developed painful post traumatic arthritis to the left ankle. She has large osteophytes to the anterior ankle joint causing impingement and pain with active range of motion. The left ankle fracture is well healed by x-ray evaluation. The most likely diagnosis is post-traumatic osteoarthritis after an open fracture dislocation of the left ankle 20 years ago. In a fracture dislocation of the ankle, the exposed cartilage can be disrupted and lead to osteoarthritis. In…

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    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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    Bone Remodeling

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    Micro-fracture consolidation can be treated with bone remodeling, and the adaptation of skeleton is applied to “calcium homeostasis” and to mechanical use. The bone remodeling involves the bone resorption regarding to osteoclasts and bone formation relating to osteoblasts. Regular bone-related diseases including “bone-metastasized cancers”, Paget’s disease, multiple myeloma, and osteoporosis are caused by the disproportion between the resorption and formation processes. The increased…

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    femur, patella, tibia and fibula work alongside the pelvis and vertebral column to hold the body up. Protection: The cranium protects the brain, while the ribs protect many of the vital organs such as the heart and lungs. Attachment for skeletal muscle: Skeletal muscle helps move the body for voluntary and automatic movements. For example, to stand up, hold your head up and to breathe. Source of blood cell production: Red blood cells transport oxygen around the body to working muscles and…

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    Essay On Axial Skeleton

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    Although the skeleton is one whole system, it’s split up into two parts. These can be identified as the axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton. Axial Skeleton The axial part of the skeleton is the vertical, central section of the skeleton which includes the skull (cranium), the vertebral column and the rib cage. The axial skeleton is the supporting structure of the skeleton. It provides support and protection for the brain, the spinal cord and many of the organs within the human body. It…

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    Body is the outer part of the car. It is consist of chassis and coachwork. Chassis is the structure of the car. It is like a skeleton. The other component of the car mounted the chassis. Coachwork is generally produced by sheet and, protected the car’s other component. Designing of the body is significant. Sports car companies attach importance to body design. The remarkable things are while designing the body; used materials, stiffness weigh of the body and, aerodynamic design.Lamborghini is…

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    Case Study Of Avabahuka

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    Frozen shoulder is a clinical syndrome of pain and severely decreased joint motion caused by thick-ening and contraction of the joint capsule. The peak incidence is between middle aged people. In Ayurved, the symptoms, etiopathogenesis resembles with Avabahuka. It is a disease characterized by morbid vata dosha localizing around the shoulder joint and thereby causing loss or dryness of shleshaka kapha as well as constricts the siras at this site leads to loss of movements of the arm. Ayurvedic…

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    DISCUSSION Various studies all over the world have been conducted on the estimation of stature from the human skeleton by applying variable methods for the estimation but the easiest and the most reliable method is by regression analysis. In the present study the correlation of body height with both foot lengths and knee height along with a consideration of the age factor varying between 19years to 54 years. The right foot length from 20.7cms to 29.6 cms and the left foot length from 20.5 cms to…

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    Introduction: The dental pulp is a loose connective tissue that is found in the center of the tooth. Its primary function is the formation and support of the dentine that surrounds it (Solómon, 2015). The pulp has the unique reparative capacity where it can cause the differentiation of new odontoblasts and in turn lay down dentine. The pulp can be damaged and this leads to the need for treatment. It can be damaged due to trauma either directly or from restorative procedures, an open restoration…

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