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Nasal polyps

Nasal polyps

Nasal polyps. Nasal polyps are grape like growths of the skin mucosa that project into the cavities of the nose and paranasal sinuses Causes - exact cause is unknown Risk factors – person with chronic viral or bacterial infections have a higher incidence of nasal polyps.

By lotus
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Corals

Corals

Corals. Landlords of the Reefs. What should you know about corals?. They are animals Plants live inside of them Two kinds Soft corals Hard corals (These build reefs!) They are made of tiny polyps (which look like upside-down jellyfish). Hard Corals The Reef Builders.

By JasminFlorian
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Polyposis

Polyposis

Jodie Ouahed , MD Victor Fox, MD Boston Children’s Hospital Reviewed by Diana Riera , MD of the Professional Education Committee. Polyposis. Common presentations of polyposis syndromes:. Rectal Bleeding (often painless) Abdominal Pain Altered bowel habit Prolapse of polyp/rectum

By giulio
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Rad 270 Paranasal Sinuses

Rad 270 Paranasal Sinuses

Rad 270 Paranasal Sinuses. The maxillary sinus is aerated at birth. The other sinuses begin to aerate at 6 y/o. Aeration is completed by age 18. Chronic sinusitis. T1 weighted normal sinus w&w/o gadolinium. Polyps.

By modesty
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LOWER G.I. BLEEDING

LOWER G.I. BLEEDING

LOWER G.I. BLEEDING. DR. JAMAL HAMDI. Upper G.I. Bleeding True Lower G.I. Bleeding. Massive G.I. Bleeding. Diverticular disease Vascular ectasia. Causes of bleeding per rectum. Cancer & Polyps Common Anorectal diseases Ischemic & Infectious Colitis Inflammatory bowel diseases

By oki
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Introduction to Cnidarians

Introduction to Cnidarians

Introduction to Cnidarians. 6th Grade. What is a Cnidarian?. “NYE-DARE-EE-UN” Invertebrates that have stinging cells and take food into a central body cavity. Cnidarians use stinging cells for what TWO purposes? . Defend themselves Capture food .

By byrd
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Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates

Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates

Lecture 5 Animal Evolution – The Invertebrates. 2. Cnidarians. Have simple tissues, no organs Radial symmetry, tentacled, with sac-like gut, epithelia, a nerve net, epithelia & hydrostatic skeleton. Live in seas. Jellyfishes, sea anemones, hydra & corals. 2 common body plans/structure:

By gelsey
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phylum Cnidaria

phylum Cnidaria

phylum Cnidaria. By Gabriella, Steven, Miguel. Characteristics of Cnidarians. Polyp and medusa body forms Radial symmetry Nematocysts Gastrovascular cavity Asexual Reproduction. Polyp and medusa body forms. Medusa. Ex. Jellyfish. Free-swimming or floating.

By archer
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Digestive Issues:

Digestive Issues:

Digestive Issues:. Diseases, Disorders, and Dysfunctions. Choking. the mechanical obstruction of the flow of air from the environment into the lungs can be partial (allowing inadequate flow of air into the lungs) or complete

By armand
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Barium Swallow

Barium Swallow

Barium Swallow. أ. منال العسيمي . Introduction. A barium swallow is a test used to determine the cause of painful swallowing, difficulty with swallowing , abdominal pain , or unexplained weight loss. These problems can be detected with a barium swallow:.

By milt
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a ppendicitis Inflammation of the appendix

a ppendicitis Inflammation of the appendix

a ppendicitis Inflammation of the appendix. a scites Abnormal amounts of serous fluids in the peritoneal cavity. b orborymus gurgling or rumbling sounds heard over large intestines. c irrhosis chronic liver disease ineffective liver function and jaundice.

By trula
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Colon Cancer

Colon Cancer

Colon Cancer. Joshua Easter Dakota Smith Justin Layne. Description. Colon cancer is cancer of the large intestine (colon), the lower part of your digestive system. Rectal cancer is cancer of the last several inches of the colon. Together, they're often referred to as colorectal cancers.

By cybele
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How Do Humans Affect the Coastal Environment of Barbados?

How Do Humans Affect the Coastal Environment of Barbados?

Ali Sailly. How Do Humans Affect the Coastal Environment of Barbados?. What is Coral and how does the coral ecosystem function?.

By adora
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Coral Growth via Nutrient Random Walk

Coral Growth via Nutrient Random Walk

Coral Growth via Nutrient Random Walk. By Steve Shen. Method. Assumptions. For nParticles while 1 nutrients diffuse w/o PBC if neighbor has coral, stop diffusion and add nutrients to cell. break from while loop Check coral cell that stopped the diffusion

By gaetan
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PATHOLOGY OF SMALL & LARGE INTESTINE DIVERTICULAR DISEASE

PATHOLOGY OF SMALL & LARGE INTESTINE DIVERTICULAR DISEASE

PATHOLOGY OF SMALL & LARGE INTESTINE DIVERTICULAR DISEASE. Diverticulum= blind pouch leading off the alimentary tract, lined by mucosa, communicating with gut lumen Acquired >> congenital (e.g. Meckel ’ s) May arise anywhere in GIT; colon is the most common site Two main factors:

By krysta
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Parazoa no true tissues

Parazoa no true tissues

Radiata. Bilateria. Eumetazoa. Parazoa no true tissues. Multicellularity. Quiz ( champaca ). True or False: Jellyfishes have no nervous system. What are the 2 stages of the life cycle of jellyfishes? What is the term used to describe the two-tissue layer that Cnidarians possess?

By olive
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Pathology of the Gastrointestinal Tract III and IV Part 2 Small and Large Intestines

Pathology of the Gastrointestinal Tract III and IV Part 2 Small and Large Intestines

Pathology of the Gastrointestinal Tract III and IV Part 2 Small and Large Intestines. Grace Guzman, M.D. The Department of Pathology University of Illinois at Chicago. Neoplasms of the Intestines. Colorectal cancer ranks #2 as a cancer killer Lung cancer #1 cancer killer

By artan
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The Jellyfish

The Jellyfish

The Jellyfish. Cnidarians have radial symmetry, a gastrovascular cavity, and cnidocytes All animals except sponges Belong to the clade Eumetazoa, the animals with true tissues Phylum Cnidaria Is one of the oldest groups in this clade. Cnidarians

By blithe
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Definition

Definition

Definition. Nasal polyps are soft ,jelly-like ,abnormal growths emanating from around the openings of the paranasal sinuses or the surface of the nasal mucosa Polyps are teardrop-shaped. resemble a peeled, seedless grape.

By maine
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2. Cnidarians

2. Cnidarians

2. Cnidarians. 2. Cnidarians. Next evolutionary jump Cells form tissues that perform specific functions Sometimes called coelenterates Include sea anemones, jellyfish, and corals. Cnidarians: Structure. Finally, we see a pie that can be sliced! Cnidarians actually exhibit radial symmetry

By iona
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