meninges layers

Meninges Layers & Cerebra-Spinal Fluid

Types of capillaries

Types of capillaries and their functions

Pinna functions

Pinna functions and hearing balance

bone pain in chest

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

flexor digitorum profundus

Flexor digitorum profundus and their functions, structure

neutrophil function

Neutrophil and Neutropenia function & symptoms

Ulna functions

Ulna functions & bone development, Structure

sense organs functions

Sense organs functions and their five sense

Pain in Left Arm

Pain in Left Arm Symptoms, Causes and thier Diagnosis

avm brain

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

how to pass kidney stones fast at home

How to pass kidney stones fast at home

Drinking lots of fluids is a vital part of eliminating kidney stones and preventing the formation of new stones. The liquid not only removes toxins but also helps move stones and sand through the urinary tract.   The Water alone may be sufficient to do the trick, adding certain ingredients can be beneficial. Be sure […]

basal ganglia stroke

Basal ganglia stroke: major Symptoms, causes, and treatment

Your brain has many parts that work together to control thoughts, actions, reactions and everything that is happening in your body. Brain basal ganglia are deep-brain neurons that are key to movement, perception, and judgment.   Neurons are brain cells that act as messengers, sending signals throughout the nervous system. Read the full article for […]

symptoms of tuberculosis in throat

Symptoms of tuberculosis in throat Recognize the Signs of Tuberculosis

symptoms of tuberculosis in the throat can harmful any part of the body, but it often occurs in the lungs (so-called tuberculosis of the lungs). Extrapulmonary tuberculosis occurs when tuberculosis produces the surface of the lungs and although extrapulmonary TB may coexist with pulmonary tuberculosis.   Usual symptoms of tuberculosis in throat contain fever, chills, […]

neurotransmitters function

Neurotransmitters function and List of Neurotransmitters and their types

A neurotransmitter is a chemical substance produced in the body. It is responsible for a process called synaptic transmission or neurotransmission. In this article, we will discuss the mechanism of neurotransmission, the classification of neurotransmitters and several clinical remarks on disorders related to the excessive and lack of some neurotransmitters function.     The neurotransmitters […]

astrocytes function

Astrocytes function and interactions of astrocytes with 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 understanding of astrocytes in the synapse. Next, we will discuss the cellular and […]

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 […]

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 cochlea channel, there is the organ of Corti, who receives the sound. The Corti organ consists of supporting cells and many thousands of sensory […]

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. […]

Chicken virus

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

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. Chicken is the most common cause of food poisoning in the UK, so the Food Standards Agency […]

Brain Stem Cell Treatment

Brain Stem Cell Treatment: New Age Brain Surgery?

Brain surgery is a delicate matter. It’s always a risky procedure. It’s a scary thing going into the operating room knowing that someone is going to be touching your brain.   Soon, hopefully, they won’t have to do that anymore. And, we’re sure you’ll feel a lot happier about going into surgery, knowing that there’ll […]

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 […]

vitreous humor function

vitreous humor function & Glass cell detachment

Light enters the eye through the cornea, pupil, and lens and is then transmitted through the vitreous to the retina. Fills the space between the lens and the retina (80% of the volume of the eyeball), which lined the back of the eye and helps to keep the retina in place, pushing it to the […]

medulla oblongata function

Major function of the Medulla oblongata

The medulla oblongata is in the brainstem, 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 processing of information into and from the spinal cord and cerebellum.   Medulla oblongata helps regulate breathing, […]

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 […]

what is metabolism and how does it work

Metabolism and how does it work in the human brain

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 tissues, including the brain.   The human brain consumes about 60% of blood glucose on […]