Understanding The Human (Chest) Thorax Anatomy

January 8, 2017

The Thorax or chest is part of the human anatomy, It encompasses the thoracic cavity and the thoracic wall. The thorax contains body organs such as the heart, lungs, and thymus gland as well as muscles of other organs and various internal structures. Many diseases may affect the chest, and one of the mots common symptoms is chest pain. Thorax Structure The thorax is the chest area of the body…

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Anatomy of the Heart: Physiology

September 1, 2016

For the Anatomy of the Heart Guide Physiology of the Heart Coronary Systole Diastole At any time the chambers of the heart can be on one of two different states. Systole – The Cardiac muscle tissue is contracting to push blood outside the heart chamber. Diastole – During this state, the cardiac muscle cells relax to enable the chamber to fill with blood. There is an uptick in blood pressure…

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Anatomy of the Heart

August 31, 2016

The heart is a muscular organ that is around the size of a closed fist that pumps blood throughout the body, functioning as the circulatory pump. It takes the deoxygenated blood through the veins and sends it to the lungs for oxygenation before injecting it into the different arteries, which drove oxygen and nutrients to the body tissues transporting the blood through the body. The heart is positioned in the…

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Anatomy of the Brain

August 14, 2016

The brain is one of the body’s most multifaceted and brilliant organs. The brain handles millions of task and processes. The brain gives you the awareness of yourself and our surrounding environment. The brain constantly processes a stream of sensory data. It controls the muscle movements, as we will as the secretion of you glands. The Brain regulates breathing and internal temperature. All creative thought, feelings, ideas and plans are…

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Anatomy and Physiology of the Lungs

August 9, 2016

The human lungs are a pair of lungs, spongy organs optimized for gas exchange between our blood and the air. Our bodies require oxygen to survive. The lungs provide the body with essential oxygen while removing carbon dioxide before it can reach hazardous levels. In the inner surface of the lungs could be stretched out flat, they would occupy an area nearly 80 -100 square meter, nearly the size of…

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Anatomy of the Liver

July 19, 2016

The Liver weights approximately three pounds. The second largest organ in the body is the liver. Only the skin is a larger and heavier organ. The liver has many critical functions such as digestion, immunity, metabolism and storage for essential nutrients in the body. These functions make the liver a very vital organ, which the tissues of the body, would die if they do not receive the nutrients and energy….

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Anatomy of the Nose

July 18, 2016

The anatomy of the human nose consists of a visible portion of the nose that protrudes from the center of the face that holds the nostrils. The ethmoid bone nasal septum determines the shape of the nose. The nasal septum is composed of cartilage which separates the nostrils. Usually, the average nose of a male is larger than the size of a female nose. The nasal root is at the…

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Basics Of The Human Digestive System: Anatomy

The digestive is a complex composition of different organs working together to convert food to the energy and nutrients that the body needs to function. The food will flow through a long tube inside the body. This tube is known as the alimentary canal or also called the gastrointestinal tract (GI Tract). The alimentary canal starts at the oral cavity, and extends from the pharynx through the esophagus, stomach small intestines,…

January 3, 2015
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