superior vena cava functions

Superior vena cava functions

The better main vein (SVC) is the better of the two cava veins, the great venous trunks that return oxygen-free blood from the systemic circulation to the right atrium of the heart. It is a large diameter (24 mm) vein, but short, which receives a venous return from the upper half of the body, above the […]

Dermis function

Dermis function & Dermal papillae

NoThe dermis or corium is a layer of skin between the epidermis (with which it forms the skin) and the subcutaneous tissue, which consists mainly of dense irregular connective tissue and absorbs the body from stress and tension. It is divided into two layers, the surface area adjacent to the epidermis is called the papillary […]

tid medical abbreviation

Important list of medical abbreviation

The 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. at point written without a dot in small letters as “tid” or in uppercase letters as “TID”.   However, it is written, it is one of the many […]

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 […]

Pleura function

Pleura function & Structure

The pleura is a raw membrane that folds together to form a bilayer membranous pleural sac. The external pleura (pleural wall) is attached to the chest wall but is separated from the fascia by the endotoxin. The internal pleura (visceral pleura) includes the lungs and adjacent structures, including blood vessels, bronchi, and nerves. The pleural […]

organ of circulatory system and function

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

The nervous and hormonal systems are involved in coordination and homeostasis. However, to maintain each of this organ of the circulatory system and function.   In the body s require a circulatory system that allows each cell present on the surface of the body or deeply embedded in itself, to obtain food, protect against pathogens, […]

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, […]

heart valves function

Heart valves function and Anatomy| How the Heart Valves Work

When the heart valves function muscle contracts and relax, the valves open and close. It allowing blood to enter the chambers and atria in alternating times.   The following is a step-by-step description of how valves function normally in the left ventricle: After the left ventricle shrinks, the aortic valve closes and the mitral valve […]

Pia mater function

Pia mater function & Permeability

Pia mater often referred to simply as pia, is a delicate inner layer of tires, membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord. Pia mater is a medieval Latin meaning “delicate mother.”  The other two membrane membranes are the hard tire and the arachnoid. Both pia and spider veins are derivatives of the neural crest, […]

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, […]