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    condition that arises when blood supply to a certain part of the body is interrupted for an extended time. When blood cannot move freely through the body, cells die and infection can develop. When this occurs, the result is localized death of soft tissue (necrosis). Interruption in blood supply may result from an injury or infection, or in people suffering from any long-lasting health problem affecting blood flow. Any condition that affects blood flow increases the risk of developing gangrene.…

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    The use of biological human tissue is directed by various legal regulations. Understanding these rules and how to obtain meaningful informed consent is essential for researchers and laboratorians to maximize the tissue’s potential for research, to respect the patients’ and subjects’ participation while avoiding lawsuits and destruction to valuable specimens. Regarding laws and regulations (Drabiak-Syed 2010), the Common Rule, included in the Code of Federal Regulations, establishes protection…

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    Paragraph Title: We Explain Why You’re in So Much Pain! Content: Many people associate root canals with pain, but actually, the procedure itself will remove the pain! An infection within your tooth happens when bacteria finds an entrance into the tissues inside of your tooth. This usually occurs from one of the following situations: Untreated decay Cracked or chipped tooth A loose filling A broken dental crown As the infection occurs, your body’s response system goes into effect. The area…

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    • Describe ossification in fetal development. During development, the fetal bones are made up of cartilaginous tissue, which is like osseous tissue, except it is more flexible. The absence of calcium salts in its intercellular spaces makes it less dense. As development continues, the process of the depositing of calcium salts into the cartilaginous tissue occurs, and continues throughout their life. Ossification is the gradual replacement of cartilage and its intercellular substance by bone…

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    and girls worldwide. It occurs when tissue that lines the uterus, called endometrium, is found outside the uterus, usually in the abdomen or ovaries, fallopian tubes, in the ligaments supporting the reproductive organs, and in the pelvic cavity. It can also sometimes be found in the bladder, bowels, vagina, cervix, vulva, and in abdominal surgical scars. Rarely but occasionally it can be found in the lung, arm, thigh and other locations. The misplaced tissue and lesions behave the same way…

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    reconstruction is one type of a procedure that uses tissue from another part of your body (flap procedure). In this procedure, tissue and muscle from your abdomen are used to reconstruct your breast. There are two types of TRAM flaps: • Pedicle TRAM flap. ○ The tissue and muscle from your belly stay connected to their original blood supply. ○ The tissue and blood vessels are tunneled under the skin to the chest. • Free TRAM flap. ○ Abdominal tissue is disconnected…

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    1. The three major layers that make up the skin are the epidermis (made of epithelial tissue; provides a waterproof coating for the skin), the dermis (made of dense connective tissue; contains collagen and elastin fibers, blood vessels, nerve endings sweat glands, sebaceous glands, hair follicles, and more), and the hypodermis (made of areolar connective tissue and adipose tissue; this layer of subcutaneous fat provides padding and insulation for the body). 2. There are two main categories…

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    The abnormal atrial tissue is caused by the effect of the cardiovascular disease on the atrial muscle and fibrosis, leading to an unpredictable condition of fibrotic atrial tissue merging with a healthy atrial tissue and causing the atrial tissue in the pulmonary veins capable of maintaining the arrhythmia which explains why the pulmonary veins are referred to as the origin for this arrhythmia. If the atrial tissue continues to house the arrhythmia for a long period…

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    Magnatherm therapy uses high frequency energy to heat deep tissue in the body and produce a therapeutic or healing reaction. It is based on an old treatment founded by a German doctor in 1907 called Diathermy, but fell into disuse as antibiotics and anti-inflammatories became the preferred treatment for certain conditions. However, today, resistance to anti-biotics is rising, and other therapies have serious side effects. Because of this, Diathermy has made a comeback, and Magnatherm therapy…

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    Hormones By: Taylor Aubin Organs and tissues that make up the endocrine system are the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, thymus, suprarenal glands, pineal gland, parathyroid glands, heart, kidneys, adipose tissue, digestive tract, pancreas, and gonads. The effects of the endocrine system are vast and impact almost every organ and cell of the body. This system produces hormones that help maintain homeostasis through the regulation of metabolism, growth, tissue function, sleep,…

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