Patella functions

Patella functions & Structure

The patella, also known as the kneecap, is a thick, round, triangular bone that connects to the femur and covers and protects the anterior joint surface of the knee joint.   Patella can be found in many quadrupeds, such as mice, cats, and birds, but not in whales or most reptiles. In humans, the kneecap […]

pain in left forearm

Pain in left forearm Causes, exercises, and stretches

The pain in left forearm consists of a radius and elbow bones, which extend the length of the forearm and intersect in the wrist joint.  The localization means that the forearm is intrinsic to a series of everyday hand movements.   As a result, trauma or discomfort in the forearm can have a wide impact […]

brain stem stroke syndrome

brain stem stroke syndrome, Major Symptoms & types

Complications of brain stem stroke Striking the brain may result in a loss of sense of smell and taste. Other rare complications include coma and closed syndrome. The blocked syndrome is a condition in which your whole body, except for the eye muscles, is paralyzed. People are able to think and communicate using eye movements such as […]

Thalamic stroke

Thalamic stroke Major (Symptoms), Causes, Treatment, Recovery

Thalamic stroke is a type of lumbar stroke that refers to a stroke in the deep part of the brain. Hill strokes occur in your thalamus, a small but important part of your brain. He participates in many key aspects of everyday life, including speech, memory, balance, motivation, and feelings of physical touch and pain. […]

pericardium functions

Pericardium functions and problems

The pericardium is a thin bag that surrounds your heart. It protects and lubricates your heart and keeps it in your chest. Problems may arise when the pericardium turns into a spot or fills it with liquid. Swelling can damage the heart and affect its function. Read on more pericardium functions.   pericardium functions Osierdzie has several […]

function of trachea

Function of Trachea and walls of the trachea

The trachea, called the trachea, is part of the transition that supplies air to the lungs. Any long-term blockage, even for a few minutes, can cause death. The trachea is approximately 4.5 inches long and 1 inch in diameter and consists of smooth muscle and several c-shaped c-shaped cartilages. Cartilage rings provide stability and help prevent […]

Intervertebral disc function

Intervertebral disc function & structure, major injures

The intervertebral disc function acts as a shock absorber between each vertebra of the spine, keeping the circles separated when there is an effect of activity. They also serve to protect the nerves that run in the middle of the spine and intervertebral discs.   intervertebral disc function Between the various vertebrae in the cervical, […]

nervous system

Nervous system Function, Structure, & Facts : Brain Anatomy

The nervous system is part of the human body that coordinates its actions. It transmitting signals to different parts of the body. The nervous system detects environmental changes. These changes affect the body and then works with the endocrine system to respond to such events.   Nervous tissue first developed in worm organisms around 550 […]

sore throat and ear pain no fever

Sore throat and ear pain no fever Causes, Symptoms, and Medications

Many things can cause a sore throat on one side, even if you do not have tonsils. These include a nasal drip, cancer wounds, tooth infections, and other conditions. You can only have a sore throat or you may have additional symptoms such as ear pain. Read on to learn more, which can cause a […]

carpal bones mnemonic

Carpal bones mnemonic and major functions

The bones of the carpal are eight small bones that form the wrist and that joins the hand with the forearm. In human anatomy, the main role of the carpal bone is to facilitate effective hand positioning.   In the tetrapods, the carpal is the only cluster of bones in the wrist between the radius […]