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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

carpal bones mnemonic

Carpal bones mnemonic and major functions

The bones of the carpal are eight small bones that form the wrist and that joins the hand with the forearm. In human anatomy, the main role of the carpal bone is to facilitate effective hand positioning.   In the tetrapods, the carpal is the only cluster of bones in the wrist between the radius […]

Somatic Nervous System function

Somatic Nervous System function & parts

The somatic nervous system is part of the peripheral nervous system, which is the entire nervous system outside the brain and spinal cord. In particular, the somatic nervous system is responsible for the movements of voluntary muscles and a process name is a reflex arc. This system transfers nerve impulses back and forth between 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, […]