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Lab Exercise 6a-2

Lab Exercise 6a-2

Lab Exercise 6a-2. Connective Tissue Nervous Muscle. Classification of connective tissues. Connective Tissue. Connective tissue proper Fluid connective tissue Supportive connecting tissue. Connective tissue proper Loose connective tissue Areolar Adipose Reticular

By Albert_Lan
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Tattoos & Body Piercing’s

Tattoos & Body Piercing’s

Tattoos & Body Piercing’s. Tattoo History. The word tattoo comes from the Tahitian “ tatu ” which means “ to mark something .” Originally called “ painting ” or “ staining ”

By Lucy
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Large Animal Surgery

Large Animal Surgery

Large Animal Surgery. Equine Respiratory Sx Guttural Pouch Diseases. Amy Fayette November 2005. What are the indications for surgery. Exercise intolerance Poor performance Abnormal resp noise Mucopurulent nasal discharge Serosanguineous nasal discharge

By ifama
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TRAUMA and FBs in ENT

TRAUMA and FBs in ENT

TRAUMA and FBs in ENT. Dr. Badi ALDOSARI Assistant Professor Facial Plastic Surgery Consultant ENT Consultant King Abdulaziz University Hospital. Objectives of the lecture.

By niabi
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Case Evaluation

Case Evaluation

Case Evaluation. How do you think you did? What do you think you did well? What would you have done differently? How do you think your colleagues did?. Diagnosis?. Status Asthmaticus with respiratory failure Spontaneous iatrogenic pneumothorax developing of a tension pneumothorax.

By yank
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Connective Tissue

Connective Tissue

Connective Tissue. Connective Tissue. Support and attachment for various organs, fills body spaces giving body form and maintenance Composed of 3 main elements – cells, fibers and ground substance (fiber and ground substance = extracellular matrix or ECM)

By dard
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Focus: The Individual Bones of the Skull Cranial Bones

Focus: The Individual Bones of the Skull Cranial Bones

Focus: The Individual Bones of the Skull Cranial Bones. one occipital bone foramen magnum two parietal bones one frontal bone frontal sinuses. two temporal bones auditory ossicles one sphenoid one ethmoid. Figure 7.4 The Sectional Anatomy of the Skull. Figure 7.4a.

By chuck
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The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. By: Sarah Veri. Main Functions. Supply the body with oxygen and disposing of carbon dioxide Oversee the gas exchanges that occur between the blood and the external environment

By lyle
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The intraorbital part of the optic nerve…

The intraorbital part of the optic nerve…

The intraorbital part of the optic nerve…. is longer than the distance from the back of the globe to the optic foramen. the roof of the orbit is adjacent to…. frontal sinus anterior cranial fossa. the floor of the orbit is adjacent to…. maxillary sinus. The medial wall of the orbit is….

By derex
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Imaging Evaluation Para nasal Sinuses

Imaging Evaluation Para nasal Sinuses

Imaging Evaluation Para nasal Sinuses. By: Ali Hekmatnia , MD Hossain Ahrar , MD. Sinonasal Overview. Sinonasal Overview. OSTIOMEATAL UNIT (OMU). Sinonasal Overview. Sinonasal Overview. Sinonasal Overview. Neoplasms of PNS. Very rare 3 % Predominately of older males

By vesta
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The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. for student copy. Functions of the Respiratory System. Gas Exchange. Organs of the Respiratory System. Upper Respiratory Tract Nose Pharynx Larynx Lower Respiratory Tract Trachea Bronchi Lungs . Nose . framework composed of bone & cartilage

By landry
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Respiratory system

Respiratory system

Respiratory system. By Briana Campbell & Stacie Walker. Function. Obtaining oxygen and removing Carbon Dioxide are the primary functions The entire process of gas exchange between the atmosphere and cells is called respiration http://youtu.be/p4zOXOM6wgE. Air through the Respiratory System .

By gomer
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM . RESPIRATORY SYSTEM . PARTS OF RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. Nose Pharynx UPPER RESPIRTORY TRACT Larynx Trachea Bronchial tree LOWER RESPIRTORY TRACT Lungs. UPPER RESPIRATRY TRACT. THE NOSE.

By caraf
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Respiratory system

Respiratory system

Respiratory system. Outcome Students will be able to recognize the different parts of respiratory system. Students will be able to determine functions of different parts of respiratory system. It is composed of: Nasal cavity Pharynx Larynx Trachea and bronchi Lungs. Nasal cavity.

By rhonda
(77 views)

Bottlenose Dolphins

Bottlenose Dolphins

Bottlenose Dolphins. Kelly Yagerhofer. Summary.

By trinh
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Criteria for SUCCESS!!!

Criteria for SUCCESS!!!

Criteria for SUCCESS!!!. I will be able to: Identify and describe the functions of the four layers of cells involved in growth at the epiphyseal plate. List the steps in the process of bone reabsorption. List the steps in the process of bone deposition.

By kisha
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OSTEOLOGY BONES

OSTEOLOGY BONES

OSTEOLOGY BONES. 23. September 2011 Wednesday. Kaan Yücel M.D., Ph.D . Osteology ( Gk , osteon, bone, logos, science) is the branch of medicine concerned with the development and diseases of bone tissue. The human skeleton 206 bones in adults .

By melba
(179 views)

Juicy Jargon

Juicy Jargon

Juicy Jargon. Chapter 6. Red bone marrow Yellow bone marrow Long bones Short bones Flat bones Irregular bones Diaphysis Epiphyses Metaphyses Articular cartilage Periosteum Medullary Cavity Endosteum Osteogenic cells Osteoblasts Osteocytes Osteoclasts Compact bone tissue.

By rocio
(93 views)

Connective Tissue

Connective Tissue

Connective Tissue. Why is this possible?. Fresh, purified stem cells from fat tissue can grow bone faster and better than current methods, and potentially could eliminate the need for painful bone grafts, the authors of a new study say US News. Growing Bone?.

By rae
(135 views)

Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Respiratory System – Fig. 14-1. Includes the passages that transport air to and from the lungs, and the air sacs in which gas exchange occurs. Respiration is the entire process by which gases are exchanged between the atmosphere and the body cells.

By corine
(130 views)

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