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Human Body Systems

Human Body Systems

Human Body Systems. Cells Tissues Epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous Organs Examples include stomach, liver, heart Organ Systems Examples include digestive and circulatory systems. Levels of Organization in the Body. Epithelial Covering or lining tissue Connective

By mike_john
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Lecture 18 Cardiovascular Disease: Stroke and Heart Attack

Lecture 18 Cardiovascular Disease: Stroke and Heart Attack

Lecture 18 Cardiovascular Disease: Stroke and Heart Attack. 3.20.08 Louise Organ lorgan@rice.edu. From Last Time. Burden of cardiovascular disease (CVD) Cardiovascular system Measuring cardiovascular health Valve diseases Atherosclerosis/CAD and treatments Stroke Heart attack

By ula
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EXCRETORY (URINARY) SYSTEM

EXCRETORY (URINARY) SYSTEM

EXCRETORY (URINARY) SYSTEM. I. Urinary system - General information A. Kidneys - semetrically paired organs that form the urine. B. Ureters - carry urine to bladder, one from each kidney. C. Bladder - site where urine is collected and stored until urination.

By jenis
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The Air We Breath

The Air We Breath

By: Diana Blum MSN Metropolitan Community College. The Air We Breath. Objectives. Describe the normal anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system. Discuss the data to be collected from the client with a respiratory disorder.

By Mercy
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CONNECTIVE TISSUE

CONNECTIVE TISSUE

CONNECTIVE TISSUE. Without it you’d fall apart. INTRODUCTION TO CONNECTIVE TISSUE. Connective tissue - a tissue, the major constituent of which is. extracellular matrix - material between the cells,. General :

By reuben
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Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology

Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology

Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology. Students will explore characteristics of physical evidence and remains. Kindle location 1,673, Dead men do tell tales. Joseph Merrick “Elephant Man” skeleton. Forensic Anthropology.

By skylar
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Hepatitis C  The Hidden Virus

Hepatitis C  The Hidden Virus

Hepatitis C  The Hidden Virus. Fawn Mumbulo, FNP-student 2013 SUNY-IT  NUR 652. (RSC, 2009). Hepatitis C Incidence & Prevalence. Incidence: CDC (2013) estimates that approximately 17,000 new HCV infections occurred in 2007

By elsu
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Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology

Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology

Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology. Students will explore characteristics of physical evidence and remains. Kindle location 1,673, Dead men do tell tales. Joseph Merrick “Elephant Man” skeleton. Forensic Anthropology.

By kathie
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Hyaline

Hyaline

http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/MedEd/Histo/frames/histo_frames.html. What kind of cartilage is this. Hyaline. Q1 What cell is indicated by the arrow?  Q2 The beating of the cilia and mucous secretions serve to remove debris in the trachea by what mechanism ? 1.Goblet

By kyoko
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Scapular Region

Scapular Region

Scapular Region. Dr. Nivin Sharaf (MD). Objectives. Know the landmarks of the bony structures of the shoulder/axillary regions Know the rotator cuff muscles, external rotators, internal rotators Be familiar with principal muscles of the scapular , scapulo -humeral region

By jeanne
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Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology

Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology

Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology. Students will explore characteristics of physical evidence and remains. Forensic Anthropology. Forensic Anthropology is a branch of anthropology which specializes in the human skeletal system for the purposes of identifying unknown remains.

By mariel
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Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology

Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology

Unit 9 Anthropology & Odontology. Students will explore characteristics of physical evidence and remains. Kindle location 1,673, Dead men do tell tales. Joseph Merrick “Elephant Man” skeleton. Forensic Anthropology.

By eljah
(210 views)

The genetics of cystic fibrosis

The genetics of cystic fibrosis

The genetics of cystic fibrosis. Presentation Outline. Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Screens/diagnostics Disease heritability Gene & mutations Genotype-phenotype Outlook & discussion.

By lamis
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Scapular Region

Scapular Region

Scapular Region. Dr. Nivin Sharaf (MD). Objectives. Know the landmarks of the bony structures of the shoulder/axillary regions Know the rotator cuff muscles, external rotators, internal rotators Be familiar with principal muscles of the scapular , scapulo -humeral region

By york
(311 views)

Histology

Histology

Histology. The study of….webs?. http://meded.ucsd.edu/hist-img-bank/chapter_1/Slide_2_kidney/index.htm. Histo- Greek for ‘web’ Tissue-groups of similar cells ‘webbed’ together. http://www.tutorvista.com/content/science/science-i/tissues/animal-tissues.php. Epithelial.

By george
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August 14, 2008 HIV and Hepatitis Chia Wang, MD

August 14, 2008 HIV and Hepatitis Chia Wang, MD

August 14, 2008 HIV and Hepatitis Chia Wang, MD. Hepatitis B and C. Chia C. Wang, MD, MS Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine University of Washington. Outline. Quick review of Hepatitis B Staging infection Cases and Quiz---stage the infection Hepatitis C case

By lydie
(123 views)


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