midbrain function

Midbrain function & Structures | Major function midbrain

The midbrain is a part of the brainstem connecting the upper brain and forebrains. Many nerves run through the midbrains that connect the brain to the cerebellum and other posterior brain structures.   The midbrain function is to support the movement, as well as visual and auditory processing. Damage to some areas of the midbrain […]

main function of the heart

Main function of the heart & structure of arota

The main function of the heart is to pump the blood into the lungs so that it is saturated with oxygen and then pump it into the body to supply the cells with oxygen. The heart, along with the blood vessels, forms the cardiovascular system.     Other Main function of the heart #Take blood […]

Epidermis function

Epidermis function & Permeability

The epidermis is the outermost of the three layers forming the skin, and the inner layers are the proper and subcutaneous skin.  The epidermal layer is a barrier to infection with environmental pathogens and regulates the amount of water released from the body into the atmosphere through transepidermal water loss. The epidermis consists of multiple […]

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 […]

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 […]

Synapse neuron

Synapse function | understanding The Synapse: Structure and Function

When Neurons communicate with each other at intersections called synapse function. In the synapse, one neuron sends a message to the target neuron – another cell. Most synapses are chemical, these synapses communicate using chemical transmitters.   Other synapses are electric, in these synapses, ions flow directly between the cells. In a chemical synapse, action […]

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 […]

pleural effusion symptoms

Pleural effusion symptoms & Caues & diagnosis

Pleural effusion is an unusual amount of fluid in the lungs. This can lead to many conditions, so even if the effusion in the pleural cavity can be dehydrated, the doctor will probably manage treatment for anything caused. The pleura is a pencil-thin membrane that lines the surface of the lungs and the inside of the […]

how the heart works step by step

How the heart works step by step Heart Failure Matters Human Body

 Electrical properties are one of the essential things that enable the heart to process. These electrical properties are accountable for the regulation of heart rate and rhythm.   how the heart works step by step through the cycle of the heart The heart cycle covers many different things, enabling the heart to work. During diastole […]

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, […]