what does bone marrow do

Bone marrow and the immune system

what does bone marrow do Parents can learn about bone marrow and the immune system, preparing for a child's blood transplant and bone marrow transplant (BMT).

 

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Bone marrow is a spongy tissue inside the bone that produces blood cells. The bone marrow produces red blood cells, platelets and white blood cells. Lymphocytes are produced i

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blood vessels function

blood vessels function & Additional features

Blood vessels function consist of arteries, arterioles, capillaries, veins, and veins. The vascular networks deliver blood to all tissues in a targeted and regulated manner. The arteries and veins consist of three layers of tissue. The thick outer layer of the vessel (tunica adventitia or tunica external) is made of connective tissue. The middle layer (the tunica medium) is thicker and contains more systolic tissue in the

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where is kidney pain felt

where is kidney pain felt

where is kidney pain felt  Renal pain and back pain can be difficult to distinguish, but kidney pain is usually deeper and higher in the back and under the ribs, while muscle pain with typical spinal damage tends to fall in the back. The causes of kidney pain are mainly urinary tract infections and kidney stones.

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how the heart works step by step

how the heart works step by step

how the heart works step by step in deep research read full article... Electrical properties are one of the main things that enable the heart to work. These electrical properties are responsible for the regulation of heart r

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left side pain above hip

left side pain above hip

left side pain above hip also call pelvis The pelvis (in the plural or pelvis plural). The lower part of the human body between the abdomen and thighs (sometimes also referred to as the pelvic area).  The skeleton embedded

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ribosomes function

Ribosomes Function & structures

Ribosomes are a cellular structure that produces a protein. The protein is needed for many cellular functions, such as repairing damage or managing chemical processes. Ribosomes can be found floating in the cytoplasm or attached to the endoplasmic reticulum.

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Wallenberg syndrome

Wallenberg syndrome (Symptoms)

The Wallenberg syndrome is a rare condition in which the infarction or stroke occurs in the lateral cortex. The lateral core is part of the brainstem. Oxidized blood does not reach the part of the brain when the arteries that lead to it are blocked. Due to this blockage, a stroke may occu

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Eye functions

Eye functions and Sight problems

The eyes are the organs of the visual system. They provide visions to the bodies, the ability to receive and process visual details, and also enable several photo response functions that are independent of the vision. The eyes detect light and transform it into electrochemical impulses in

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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.   read more

Cochlea function

Cochlea function and Disease problem

The snail is the most critical element of the inner ear. It is divided into three chambers filled with liquid, called scale, that move spirally around the bone core. In the medium merges, i.e. in the cochlea channel, there is the organ of Corti, who receives the sound. The Corti organ con

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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

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Chicken virus

Chicken virus

(Chicken virus) A study by a food regulatory authority showed that seven out of ten hens sold in British supermarkets are contaminated with a dangerous bacterium that causes food poisoning. Every year, 280,000 people get sick and kill 100 people. Chic

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SA node function

SA node function & their Phase

The sinus node (SA node), also known as the sinus node, is a group of cells located in the wall of the right atrium of the heart. These cells have the ability to spontaneously produce an electrical impulse (action potential, see below for more details) that travels through the heart via t

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Cerebrospinal fluid

Cerebrospinal fluid, (CSF)

Cerebrospinal fluid is a clear, colorless transcellular fluid, in the ventricular system, and the central canal of the spinal cord. It also fills some gaps in subarachnoid space, known as subarachnoid cisterns.  The four ventricles, four lateral, a third, and a fourth ventricle, all cont

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muscular system functions

Muscular system functions and their types

Muscles play a role in every function of the body. The muscular system consists of over 600 muscles. These include three types of muscles: smooth, skeletal and cardiac. Only skeletal muscles are voluntary, which means that you can control them consciou

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tid medical abbreviation

Important list medical abbreviation

tid medical abbreviation means three times a day. It is an abbreviation of "ter in die" which in Latin means three times a day. Abbreviation t.i.d. is sometime

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astrocytes function

Astrocytes function and elimination of synapses

 Many critical discoveries have underlined the importance of astrocytes in establishing a synaptic connection in the developing brain. In this article, we review the key findings of astrocytes function and elimination of synapses. First, we summarize our current structural and functional

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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 puppy's

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Fibroblast function

Fibroblast function & Structure

A fibroblast is a type of biological cell that synthesizes the extracellular matrix and collagen, produces the structural framework (stroma) for animal tissues and plays a fundamental role in the healing of wounds. Fibroblast function is the most common connective tissue cells in animals.

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cytoplasm function

Function of Cytoplasm

In biology, cytoplasmic cells are a 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 of prokaryotic organisms (such as bacteria

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what is metabolism and how does it work

metabolism and how does it work in the human brain

what is metabolism and how does it work?  The brain uses up to 20% of the energy consumed by the human body, more than any other organ.  In humans, blood glucose is the main source of energy for most cells and is critical to normal function in many t

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Synapse neuron

What is the synapse neuron

Synapse neuron is basically electrical devices. There are many channels in the cell membrane (the boundary between the cell inside and outside) that allow the flow of positive or negative ions into and out of the cell. Usually, the inside of the cell i

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avm brain

What is an AVM in Brain & (Symptoms)

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 A

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schizophrenia symptoms in females

schizophrenia symptoms in females(Life challenges)

There is no difference in the incidence and prevalence of schizophrenia between men and women, although schizophrenia is more strongly associated with younger men. This may be due to the fact that women more often than men experience the beginning of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia symptoms

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bone pain in chest

Bone pain in chest

Bone pain in chest  also known as chest wall pain, bridge-shaft syndrome or chondrogeni

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pain in palm of hand near thumb

Causes of pain in palm of hand

Human hands are complex and delicate structures that contain 27 bones. The muscles and joints in the hand allow for strong, precise and agile movements, but are susceptible to injuries. There are many different causes and types of pain in palm of hand near thumb .

 

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organ of circulatory system and function

Organ of the circulatory system and function

organ of circulatory system and function  The evolution of animals has increased the degree of specialization in tissues and organs. For example, simple multicellular organisms, such as sponges, have s

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medulla oblongata function

Medulla oblongata and thier function

The medulla oblongata is in the brainstem, before (before) the cerebellum. It is a conical, neuronal (nerve cell) mass in the back brain that controls many autonomic (involuntary) functions. The main medulla oblongata function of the hill is the proce

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coronary sinus function

coronary sinus & functions

The coronary sinus is a collection of veins connected together to form a large vessel that collects blood from the myocardium (myocardium). It provides less oxygenated blood to the right atrium, as well as better and weaker veins. It occurs in all mammals, including humans.

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Pneumothorax symptoms

Pneumothorax symptoms & causes and Risk

Pneumothorax (noo-moe-THOR-aks) is a collapsed lung. Pneumothorax occurs when the air leaks into the space between the lung and the chest wall. This air pushes the outside of the lungs and causes it to collapse. In most cases, only part of the lungs collapses. read more