Epidermis function

Epidermis function & Permeability

Chicken virus

Chicken virus (chicken bug) what has caused it and how it affects you

cerebellum function

Cerebellum function & Disorders

Phalanges function

Phalanges function and Types of Proximal Phalanges

tendons functions

Tendons functions & Bone healing

fovea function

fovea function & Entoptic effects in the hole

lacrimal gland

Lacrimal Glands Function and Swelling Causes

Myocardium function

Myocardium function and Stunning myocardial

circulatory system facts

Important facts of circulatory system

Eye functions

Eye functions and Sight problems

Myocardium function

Myocardium function and Stunning myocardial

The myocardium is the thick, middle layer of the heart and is composed of cardiac muscle. Cardiac muscle is very unique because it possesses the characteristics of skeletal muscle and smooth muscle. Skeletal muscle controls. The muscles of the body. The myocardium acts on its own, with no conscious effort. Myocardium consists of thousands of […]

Peroxisome function

Peroxisome functions and Structure

The cells seem so small and simple as they catch the eye, but there are very few cells. Cells are constantly carrying out various processes internally. When you start looking more deeply inside the cell, you’ll find a complex network of organelles that are internal cell structures that perform a cell task. The organelles in the […]

arteriovenous malformation brain

Arteriovenous malformation brain (Major) Causes & Risk,Diagnosed

Your cardiovascular system consists of the heart and blood vessels. There are three kinds of blood vessels in the circulatory system: veins, capillaries, and arteries. Arteriovenous malformation defects (AVM) are defects in the blood vessels of the circulatory system. Read below for arteriovenous malformation brain   A developmental defect is an abnormal combination of veins […]

semicircular canals function

Semicircular canals functions & anatomy

They are covered with eyelashes (microscopic hair) and filled with a liquid substance known as endolymph. Each time the head moves, the endolymph moves the cilia. This works as a kind of motion sensor because the movements of the cilia are transmitted to the brain. As a result, the brain knows how to maintain body […]

nervous tissue function

Nervous tissue function and Types of neurons By structure

The nervous tissue function in the human brain is the most inspiring and fascinating organ in the human body. Every memory you have and every emotion you will ever experience is an extraordinary result of evolution. The nervous system is the driving force of the brain, consisting of nervous tissue.   It is divided into […]

tendons functions

Tendons functions & Bone healing

Tendon or sin is a hard bone of fibrous connective tissue. It usually connects muscle to bone. Tendons similar to ligaments; Both are made of collagen. Strips join one bone to the other bone, while the tendons connect muscle to the bone perform the normal functioning of the body.   tendons functions Traditionally, tendons have […]

cerebellum function

Cerebellum function & Disorders

The cerebellum is located behind the upper part of the brain stem (where the spinal cord is in contact with the brain) and consists of two hemispheres (halves). It receives information from sensory systems, the spinal cord and other parts of the brain, and then regulates motor motions.   The cerebellum coordinates voluntary movements such […]

ganglion cells function

Ganglion cells function & Distribution of retinal ganglion cells

 ganglion cells and their support cells contain the optic nerve. The optic nerve receives a visual signal in orbit and moves back and forth through the visual channel. Then it leads to fiber. At this point, the fibers from the temporal fields are broken up. The fibers then pass through optical paths. Most of the […]

lacrimal gland

Lacrimal Glands Function and Swelling Causes

In human physiology, the lacrimal glands are paired, exocrine glands in the shape of almonds, one for each eye that secretes an aqueous layer of tear film. They are located in the upper lateral region of each orbit, in the lacrimal patch of the orbit formed by the anterior bone. The lacrimal gland produces tears, […]

liver hemangioma symptoms

liver hemangioma symptoms and Causes | Get the Facts on Symptoms

Hemangioma of the liver is a non-malignant (benign) mass in the liver. The hepatic hemangioma consists of a tangle of blood vessels. Other terms for liver hemangioma are the liver cavernous hemangioma.   Most cases of hepatic haemangiomas have been found during a test or procedure for other conditions. People with liver haemangioma rarely experience […]

mediastinum function

Mediastinum function & Structure

Lymph nodes (mediastinum) are small round organs of the lymphatic system that support the proper functioning of the immune system. They help the body fight infection by filtering foreign lymphatic particles, a transparent or whitish fluid that consists of white blood cells. Lymphrate also contains a type of white blood cells called lymphocytes that help […]

Sebaceous glands

Sebaceous glands functions and development

The sebaceous glands are a tissue that releases oil in the skin of a mammal. When a piece of the epidermis is examined under a microscope, we see a hair follicle that pierces the surface of the skin to the subcutaneous layer. Inside there is a secretory sebaceous tissue. Waxy oil, which is excreted into […]

bone pain in chest

Bone pain in chest (Costochondritis Treatment, Symptoms, Causes)

Bone pain in the chest  also known as chest wall pain, bridge-shaft syndrome or chondrogenic in the bone, is an acute and often transient articular cartilage inflammation that connects each rib to the bone joint bridge. Although arthritis and gut often subside spontaneously, it can be a recurrent condition that has little or no initial symptoms. […]

fibrocartilage function

fibrocartilage function

White fibrocartilage function consists of a mixture of white fibrous tissue and cartilage in various proportions. It owes its stiffness and durability to the first of these components and its flexibility to the latter. It is the only type of cartilage which, in addition to collagen type II, contains type I collagen. Fibrocartilage is found […]

WHAT IS A GOOD DIET FOR A CHIHUAHUA

WHAT IS A GOOD DIET FOR A CHIHUAHUA

You will want to take care of what you are feeding your Chihuahua. This breed is very sensitive to what they are fed, how often they eat and how dishes are offered to them. In fact, the food you choose for your Chihuahua for both meals and snacks will have a direct impact on your […]