nervous tissue function

Nervous tissue function and Types of neurons By structure

Pain in sternum

Pain in sternum and back, Symptoms, Causes & Diagnosis

Types of capillaries

Types of capillaries and their functions

heart valves function

Heart valves function and Anatomy| How the Heart Valves Work

organ of circulatory system and function

Organ of circulatory system and function | main part of human body

Cardiac muscle tissue function

Cardiac Muscle tissue function and Intercalated Discs

superior vena cava functions

Superior vena cava functions

Lunula function

Lunula function and their Health Conditions

Dermis function

Dermis function & Dermal papillae, Reticulate skin

Lymph function

Lymph function & Development

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 consciously.     Smooth and heart muscles act involuntarily. Each type of muscle in the […]

glial cells

Glial Cells and their Functions in the Human Brain

Glial cells, sometimes called neuroglia or simply glia, are non-neuronal cells that maintain homeostasis, form myelin and provide support and protection for neurons in the brain and peripheral nervous system.     Neuroglia OUN cells There are four main functions of glial cells 1. Surround the neurons and keep them in place,  2. Supplying nutrients […]

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 […]

Wallenberg syndrome

Wallenberg syndrome (Major) Symptoms of Wallenberg syndrome

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 occur. This condition […]

Pupil function

Pupil function & Controlling the pupil

The pupil of the eye is a black circle in the middle of the iris. Iris is a colorful ring in the eye with color and structure unique to each person. From the outside of the eye, the light passes through the transparent lens and then through the pupil. When the light reaches the tissues […]

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 […]

Bronchi function

Bronchi Function & muscles

Take a deep breath. Now blow it up slowly. The air that you have taken or inhaled while breathing is filled with oxygen, which your body needs to generate energy for cellular activities. The air blown or exhaled is filled with carbon dioxide, which is a waste in the human body and removed during exhalation. […]

Pinna functions

Pinna functions and hearing balance

The earlobe is also known as the earlobe and is most often referred to as the ear. This is the most visible part of the auditory system. The auricle consists of the skin of straight cartilage and is held in place by the muscles and ligaments. The shape may vary depending on the type of body […]

corpus callosum agenesis

Corpus callosum agenesis | Imaging in Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum

Corpus callosum agenesis is a rare disorder that occurs at birth (congenital). It is characterized by partial or total absence (agenesis) of the brain area, which connects the two cerebral hemispheres.   This part of the brain usually consists of transverse fibers. The cause of agenesis of the corpus callosum is usually not known but […]

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 […]

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 […]

what is a benign tumor

What is a benign tumor |Benign Tumors: Types, Causes, and Treatments

 A tumor is an abnormal cell growth that does not serve any purpose. A benign tumor is not a dangerous tumor which is cancer. It does not attack nearby tissues or spread to other parts of the body in the way it can get cancer.   In most cases, the prospects of benign tumors are […]

thyroid hormones functions

thyroid hormones functions and hypothyroidism

The thyroid gland is located in front of the windpipe (windpipe) in your neck. The gland is divided into 2 lobes (right and left) and is connected in the middle with a thin thyroid gland bridge called the isthmus. Due to the two connected lobes, the thyroid was described as having the shape of a […]

Cardiac muscle tissue function

Cardiac Muscle tissue function and Intercalated Discs

Cardiac muscle tissues are one of the three types of muscle groups on your physique. The other two forms are skeletal muscle groups and easy muscle tissues.   Cardiac muscle mass just discovers for your coronary heart, where it performs coordinated contractions that enable your heart to pump blood via your circulatory system.   Cardiac […]

sense organs functions

Sense organs functions and their five sense

The five senses are the five main tools used by people to perceive the world. These senses are vision, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. We see with our own eyes, we smell our nose, listen with our ears, taste the language and touch the skin. Our brain receives signals from each organ and interprets them […]