Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Function

Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Functions

corpus callosum agenesis

Corpus callosum agenesis | Imaging in Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum

brain stem stroke syndrome

Brain stem stroke syndrome, Major Symptoms & types

Acid Reflux

Acid Reflux Disease Symptoms, Diet, Foods to Avoid

symptoms of tuberculosis in throat

Symptoms of tuberculosis in throat Recognize the Signs of Tuberculosis

ganglion cells function

Ganglion cells function & Distribution of retinal ganglion cells

Pia mater function

Pia mater function & Permeability

Pleura function

Pleura function & Structure

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Thalamic stroke

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

Hair follicle infection

Hair follicle infection symptoms and their types

Inflammation of the hair follicles is a frequent condition of the skin in which inflammation of the hair follicle occurs. This is usually caused by a bacterial or fungal infection. In the beginning, it may look like small red protuberances or white pimples around the hair follicles – tiny pockets from which hair grows. The […]

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 […]

Pons function

Pons function & Roles | (Major) function of the Pons

Our brain is absolutely unbelievable and ultimately makes human. All parts of the brain are extremely important, but Pons stands out a bit more than some other parts. Check out this guide to learn everything about pons function.     Pons functions Temporal lobe: this lobe is associated with hearing, speech, memory and also has […]

fovea function

fovea function & Entoptic effects in the hole

The fovea is the central part of the retina, which contains only cones (zone free of rods). Creates a site that provides the sharpest image and the largest color discrimination. It is in the middle of a yellow spot.   Fovea function   Illustration of the distribution of conical cells in the central well of […]

Cuticle function

Cuticle function & Mycology

In human anatomy, the “epidermis” may refer to several structures, but it is used in colloquial language, and even by doctors, when talking with patients to refer to the thickened skin surrounding nails and nails of the feet (eponychium) and refer to the external part of the hair, consisting of dead cells.  It can also […]

Bulbourethral gland

Bulbourethral glands function and Structure

The Bulbourethral gland, also known as the Cowper gland for the English anatomy of William Cowper, is one of the two small exocrine glands in the reproductive system of many male mammals (all domesticated animals that are not only found in a dog). They are homologous to Bartholin’s glands in women.   Bulbourethral gland function […]

how the heart works step by step

How the heart works step by step Heart Failure Matters Human Body

 Electrical properties are one of the essential things that enable the heart to process. These electrical properties are accountable for the regulation of heart rate and rhythm.     How the heart works step by step through the cycle of the heart The heart cycle covers many different things, enabling the heart to work. During […]

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 […]

pineal gland function

What is pineal gland and their major function

Szyszynka is a small pea-shaped gland in the brain. Its function is not fully understood. Researchers know that it produces and regulates certain hormones, including melatonin. Melatonin is best known for its role in regulating sleep patterns. Sleep patterns are also called circadian rhythms. Learn more about pineal gland function.   Szyszynka also plays a […]

cerebral cortex function

Cerebral Cortex Function | The Four Cerebral Cortex Lobes of the Brain

The cerebral cortex is connected to various subcortical structures, such as the thalamus and basal ganglia, by sending information to them via efferent connections and receiving information from them via afferent links.   Most sensory information is directed to the cerebral cortex function through the hill. However, information on the sense of smell goes through […]

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. […]

Burning After Sex

Burning After Sex Causes & Urinary Tract Infection

In many situations, vaginal or penile burning after sex outcomes from inadequate lubrication or friction. However neither of those conditions is existence-threatening, the soreness they cause can certainly put a damper on issues.   Dyspareunia — pain linked to penetrative intercourse — is normal. It might have an effect on up to twenty percent of […]

white matter in brain

White Matter in Brain major Symptoms, Causes and Diagnosis

White matter in brain disease is the consumption of tissue in the largest and deepest parts of the brain due to aging. This tissue contains millions of nerve fibers or axons that connect other parts of the brain and spinal cord and signal the nerves to talk to each other.   A fat material called […]

avm brain

AVM brain | Major Symptoms of AVM brain | What is an AVM

The brain arteriovenous malformation (AVM brain) is a tangle of abnormal blood vessels that connect the arteries and veins in the brain. Arteries are responsible for getting oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the brain. The veins carry oxygen-free blood back to the lungs and heart. The AVM brain disturbs this important process.     […]

cytoplasm function

Cytoplasm Function and their major elements

The cytoplasmic cells are material in a living cell, excluding the cell nucleus. It contains cytosol (a gel-like substance encapsulated in the cell membrane) and organelles – internal cell substructures. The entire content of the cells, prokaryotic organisms (such as bacteria lacking the nucleus) is contained in the cytoplasm.   In cells of eukaryotic organisms, […]