Health


23 April

Ovary - structure, functions , possible diseases

Contents: 1. ovarian structure 2. ovarian function 3. ovarian disease ovary is a paired female sex gland, which is located in a small cavitypelvis.In the opinion of anatomists, left ovary slightly smaller than the right.This gland has two main functions - reproductive and hormonal. ovarian structure The above iron has an oval shape.Its length is an average of 3.5 cm wi...

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23 April

The structure and the possible diseases of the testicles in men

Contents: 1. structure testicular 2. Operation eggs 3. Possible diseases of the testicles in men 4. Research Methods Testicles -These are the guys the male gonads.They are both internal and external gland secretion.Located testicles in a special container, which is called the scrotum, and separated from each other by a partition.The functioning of the testes is closel...

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23 April

Language - structure, function , possible reasons for the raid

Contents: 1. language structure 2. language functions 3. Possible diseases 4. language survey Language - a muscular bodylocated in the buccal cavity.It is required for the mixing of food ingestion and for generating speech sounds.Also, the language or the taste buds are located receptors, which allow to recognize the taste of food. language structure The language u...

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23 April

Endocrine glands - structure, functions , diseases

Contents: 1. structure of endocrine glands 2. diseases of the endocrine glands 3. Treatment of endocrine glands Endocrine gland - the gland is responsible for the synthesis of hormonesthat enter the lymphatic or blood (venous) capillaries.This is the main function of the endocrine glands.Hence, too, come and support tasks: participation in metabolic processes, regulation ...

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23 April

גולגולת : המבנה , מחלקות , עצמות להרכיב את השלד

Contents: 1. structure of the human skull 2. functions skull 3. skull injuries The skull is a bony skeleton, consisting of 23 bones.It protects the brain from various injuries.This frame has a 7 and 8 unpaired paired bones. structure of the human skull The structure of the skull are two main department - the brain and face.Human skull Departments affect virtually the e...

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23 April

The phalanges of the fingers - the structure , functions , diseases

Contents: 1. structure of the phalanges of the fingers 2. Which diseases changes the appearance of the phalanges of the fingers? 3. Hurt phalanx of the fingers: the main reasons 4. phalanx fracture hand 5. What diseases are accompanied by bumps on the phalanges of the fingers? phalanges of the human upper limb consists of three parts - the proximal, middle (main) an...

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23 April

The structure , functions of the trachea , as well as organ pathology

Contents: 1. avilable trachea 2. main functions of the trachea 3. Possible diseases 4. Tracheal intubation The trachea is aan important part of the respiratory tract and connects the larynx to the bronchi.The trachea - a hollow tubular body through which air enters the lungs.It begins at the level of the sixth cervical vertebra and ends at the level of the fifth thora...

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23 April

Small intestine - structure, functions , possible disease

Contents: 1. Structure and function of the small intestine 2. rupture of small intestine 3. Diseases of the small intestine small intestine (TC) is the mostlong gastrointestinal tract that lies between the stomach and cecum.Food for the mass of the intestine is approximately four hours.The main functions of the small intestine are considered chemical processing chyme (bol...

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23 April

Colon - function and treatment of diseases

Contents: 1. structure colon 2. functions colon 3. Diseases colon 4. Treatment of colon Thickcolon (TC) - is the end of the digestive system.This body is in the abdomen (near the pelvis).colon length varies between one and two meters.The average diameter - four to ten centimeters. structure colon Anatomists divide the TC into several sections: cecum with appendi...

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22 April

Mediastinum - lymph nodes , tumor , lymphadenopathy

Contents: 1. Brief description of the mediastinum 2. Neoplasms of the mediastinum 3. clinical picture of mediastinal tumors 4. mediastinal lymphadenopathy Mediastinum -this anatomical space, the middle of the chest.This limited space behind the spine and front - sternum.On either side of the mediastinum are pleural cavity.Currently anatomists divide the body on the bo...

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