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Hernia

Hernia

Hernia. Elizabeth Travis and Michael Snyder AH 322 10-1-03. What is a hernia?. A hernia is an abnormal weakness or hole in an anatomical structure which allows something inside to protrude through. It is commonly used to describe a weakness in the abdominal wall.

By Gabriel
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Deutrostomia

Deutrostomia

Deutrostomia. PHYLUM: CHORDATA. This phylum includes the vertebrates, the hagfish, the tunicates, lancelets and maybe a few extinct groups World wide distribution in aquatic and terrestrial habitats

By DoraAna
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Anatomical position – standing upright with palms facing forward

Anatomical position – standing upright with palms facing forward

Anatomical position – standing upright with palms facing forward. Superficial anatomy breaks the body into anatomical landmarks and regions Sectional anatomy provides directional references. Figure 1.7 Anatomical Landmarks. Figure 1.7a. Figure 1.7b.

By Olivia
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HERNIAS

HERNIAS

HERNIAS. Presented by: Al-Fadel M. Alshebani & AbdulMohsin A.Babsail Supervised by: PROF. ABDULLAH ALDHOHAYAN. Introduction Anatomy . Embryological development of the testicles Processus vaginalis Testis descend . Internal spermatic fascia  transversalis fascia

By lotus
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Neonatal Surgical Issues (Part 1)

Neonatal Surgical Issues (Part 1)

Neonatal Surgical Issues (Part 1). Sue Ann Smith, MD Neonatologist. An anatomic survey. Head and Neck lesions Chest lesions Abdomen Abdominal wall defects and infection. The Nose. Choanal atresia – bilateral atresia Respiratory distress resolves with crying

By rodd
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Dicrocoelium dendriticum

Dicrocoelium dendriticum

Dicrocoelium dendriticum. Presentation By Kristi Bjerke & Heather Lee. Background. Digenean trematode Part of the Dicrocoeliidae family of liver flukes Commonly known as the “lancet fluke” because of its bladelike shape. “small liver fluke”. Morphology. 6-10 mm long 1.5-2.5 mm wide

By colin
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Chapter V Thorax

Chapter V Thorax

Chapter V Thorax. D. Heart and blood vessels Heart by Dr. Zhuo-ren Lu. I. Inspection. l Observe protrusion of precordium and apical impulses with tangential lighting . Check other pulsation in the anterior chest.

By fergal
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Clinical case discussion

Clinical case discussion

Clinical case discussion. Zhi Hua Ran Department of gastroenterology Ren Ji Hospital . Questions . What are the common causes of upper abdominal pain?. Answer . Gastroesophageal reflux Biliary colic Functional dyspepsia Peptic ulcer (duodenal ulcer, gastric ulcer) Gastric cancer

By shalom
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Disorders of vascular flow: edema, congestion, hemorrhage, thrombosis, embolism. Shock. Infarction.

Disorders of vascular flow: edema, congestion, hemorrhage, thrombosis, embolism. Shock. Infarction.

Disorders of vascular flow: edema, congestion, hemorrhage, thrombosis, embolism. Shock. Infarction. . 2011. EDEMA. abnormal accumulation of fluid in the intercellular space or in the body cavities Edema may occur Localized generalised

By betty
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Medical-Surgical Nursing: An Integrated Approach, 2E							 Chapter 28

Medical-Surgical Nursing: An Integrated Approach, 2E Chapter 28

Medical-Surgical Nursing: An Integrated Approach, 2E Chapter 28. NURSING CARE OF THE CLIENT: GASTRO-INTESTINAL SYSTEM. The Digestive System.

By ilyssa
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Lecture 23

Lecture 23

Lecture 23. Human Reproductive System. Anatomy of the Male Reproductive System. Testes Produce spermatozoa (gametes) Produce androgens (hormones) Series of ducts Accessory glands (3) Secretions added to sperm to form semen Seminal vesicle, prostate gland, and bulbourethral gland.

By sherine
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DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

Chapter 18. DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. LINING OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Peritoneum - two-layered membrane Mesentery - part that attaches to posterior wall of abdominal cavity Greater omentum - anterior portion that protects abdominal organs. FUNCTIONS OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.

By nairi
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RCS 6080 Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Rehabilitation Counseling

RCS 6080 Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Rehabilitation Counseling

RCS 6080 Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Rehabilitation Counseling. Renal Failure. Function of Kidneys. Remove toxic waste products Remove excess water and salts Play a part in controlling blood pressure Produce erythropoetin (epo) which stimulates red cell production

By lysandra
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CHAPTER 15 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

CHAPTER 15 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

CHAPTER 15 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. Structure and Function. The structure of the digestive system consists of the organs that comprise the alimentary canal, or digestive tract • The functions of the digestive system are: – To break down food to a form that can be used by body cells

By denim
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

Chapter 1 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

Chapter 1 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology. Objective 1: Define Anatomy and Physiology Anatomy - is the study of the structure of the body We study the organs and makeup of the human body Example: Heart model Dissect the fetal pig

By issac
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Grief and Perinatal Loss

Grief and Perinatal Loss

Grief and Perinatal Loss. Session Learning Objectives. Define perinatal loss Recognize the prevalence of perinatal loss, and those who are potentially affected by each loss Classify the stages or processes of grieving that individuals may experience following a perinatal loss

By ulla
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Renal Failure in Multiple Myeloma

Renal Failure in Multiple Myeloma

Renal Failure in Multiple Myeloma. Tutorial/ MSN 621 Beth St John BSN Alverno College. Purpose and Objectives. Purpose: To educate RNs and LPNs on the underlying disease process of multiple myeloma and how it leads to renal failure Objectives:

By helmut
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Rupture of uterus 子宫破裂

Rupture of uterus 子宫破裂

Rupture of uterus 子宫破裂. Lin Jianhua M.D., Ph.D., Professor Department Of Obstetrics & Gynecology Renji Hospital Affiliated to SJTU School of Medicine. Definition.

By tausiq
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HERNIAS

HERNIAS

HERNIAS. Presented by: Al-Fadel M. Alshebani & AbdulMohsin A.Babsail Supervised by: PROF. ABDULLAH ALDHOHAYAN. Introduction Anatomy . Embryological development of the testicles Processus vaginalis Testis descend . Internal spermatic fascia  transversalis fascia

By lana
(223 views)

UTERINE RUPTURE

UTERINE RUPTURE

Disruption of the uterine wall any time beyond the 28 th weeks of pregnancy is called Rupture Uterus. Dissolution in the continuity of the Uterine wall any time beyond 28 th weeks of pregnancy is called rupture of the Uterus. It is an Obstetrical emergency.

By skip
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