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Human Infertility problem

Human Infertility problem

Human Infertility problem Cassey Lynn Jenaia Delk Josh Heise Eric Rooker Summary The problem: There is an unknown cause of female infertility. Attempted for year to become pregnant Long interval between menstruation Suspect problem w/ ovulation Goals: Stimulate ovulation with drugs

By MartaAdara
(498 views)

Gene Therapy

Gene Therapy

Gene Therapy. The Forefront of Medicine. Group Members. Maja Udovcic – Background and Introduction Matthew Lee – Scientific Considerations Vanessa Crawford – Social Considerations Sean Park – Ethical Considerations Emily Edwards – Case Studies. Gene Therapy - Background.

By salena
(1285 views)

The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System

The Endocrine System. Overview of the Endocrine System. System of ductless glands that secrete hormones Hormones are “messenger molecules” Circulate in the blood Act on distant target cells Target cells respond to the hormones for which they have receptors

By Audrey
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Pathophysiology of immunity

Pathophysiology of immunity

Pathophysiology of immunity. Prof. J. Hanacek, MD, PhD. The immune system (IS). Main physiologic role: - primary role of IS is to discriminate self from nonself and to eliminate the foreign substance - finely tuned network that protects the host

By nathalie
(242 views)

FULL BLOOD COUNT PRESENTATION Clinical Practice A

FULL BLOOD COUNT PRESENTATION Clinical Practice A

FULL BLOOD COUNT PRESENTATION Clinical Practice A. GROUP C. Iron Deficiency Anaemia. Caused by a lack of adequate iron to synthesize haemoglobin and meet body demands in such as during periods of rapid growth and pregnancy Usually due to a diet insufficient in iron or from blood loss

By berget
(746 views)

CONTROL OF THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

CONTROL OF THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

CONTROL OF THE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM. NEGATIVE FEEBACK MECHANISM Regulates the endocrine system through a negative-feedback mechanism to maintain homeostasis. Occurs when an increase in a substance inhibits the process leading to the increase.

By hagop
(184 views)

Why worry about STIs?

Why worry about STIs?

Why worry about STIs?. 1. STIs significantly increase risk of getting or giving HIV - Ulcers provide entry & exit points - Increased virus in genital secretions - Increased target cells for HIV in genitals - Where condom use is low, treatment of STIs

By fay
(190 views)

AIDS & IMMUNOLOGY

AIDS & IMMUNOLOGY

AIDS & IMMUNOLOGY. Immunopathogenesis of AIDS Chief speaker: 董玉雷 郑 瑞. Basic conception. AIDS Acquired Immuno -deficiency Syndrome HIV Human Immuno -deficiency Virus HIV-1 : worldwide HIV-2 : west Africa & India. The problem we will mention:.

By sagira
(975 views)

Challenges in clinical and laboratory diagnosis of androgen insensitivity syndrome: a case report

Challenges in clinical and laboratory diagnosis of androgen insensitivity syndrome: a case report

Challenges in clinical and laboratory diagnosis of androgen insensitivity syndrome: a case report. Caroline O.A. Melo, Daniela M. Silva, and Aparecido D. da Cruz. AIS Overview . AIS is an X-linked disorder caused by mutations in the Androgen Receptor gene

By machiko
(285 views)

HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS

HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS

HEMOLYTIC ANEMIAS. LEARNING OBJECTIVE. 1. To compare and contrast intravascular and extravascular hemolysis 2. To acquire basic knowledge about the tests which are indicative of increased red cell destruction; increased red cell production

By jenibelle
(194 views)

The capillary network unites to form larger vessels 	- that spiral around the infundibulum

The capillary network unites to form larger vessels - that spiral around the infundibulum

The capillary network unites to form larger vessels - that spiral around the infundibulum - within this lobe the vessels form a 2° capillary plexus that branch among the endocrine cells. Production of adenohypophysis hormones is controlled by the hypothalamus

By octavio
(207 views)

Presented by: Fahd Alareashi .

Presented by: Fahd Alareashi .

Anemia…. Presented by: Fahd Alareashi . What is Anemia?. A condition characterized by a decrease in RBCs mass, hemoglobin or RBCs count. Adult male: Hb  13 g/ dL , or Hct .: 41%. Adult Females: Hb  12 g/ dL , or Hct .: 36%. Normal:

By valarie
(262 views)

Diabetic Disorders

Diabetic Disorders

Diabetic Disorders. 4 th Leading cause of deaths in the US 75% of those afflicted with diabetes die from CHD Major complications of diabetes Fearsome 15

By Patman
(70 views)

Structure and Function of Erythropoietic Tissue

Structure and Function of Erythropoietic Tissue

Structure and Function of Erythropoietic Tissue. The RBCs. Erythropoiesis (RBC production). Mature   erythrocytes are derived from committed erythroid proginator cells through a series of mitotic divisions and maturation  phases. Erythropoietin , a humoral agent produced

By maia
(143 views)

MLAB 1415: Hematology Keri Brophy-Martinez

MLAB 1415: Hematology Keri Brophy-Martinez

MLAB 1415: Hematology Keri Brophy-Martinez. Chapter 15: Hemolytic Anemia: Membrane Defects. Introduction. Defects due to abnormalities in membrane proteins or lipids Defects alter membrane’s stability, shape, deformability and permeability Hemolysis occurs extravascularly .

By quincy
(174 views)

Endocrine System

Endocrine System

Endocrine System. Lecture 11 Medical Surgical Nursing P10B Chapter 34-35. Endocrine System. Primary function Regulate internal environment Homeostasis. Endocrine System. Structure Glands Hormones. Major Endocrine Glands. Hypothalamus Pituitary gland Thyroid gland

By alexis
(345 views)

Quantitative Genetics of Natural Variation: some questions

Quantitative Genetics of Natural Variation: some questions

Quantitative Genetics of Natural Variation: some questions. Do most adaptations involve the fixation of major genes?. micromutationist view : adaptations arise by allelic substitution of slight effect at many (innumerable) loci, and no single substitution constitutes a major

By ailish
(150 views)

Immunity

Immunity

Immunity. Innate immunity : Defenses against any pathogen Adaptive immunity : Induced resistance to a specific pathogen. Historical Development. Pasteur observed immunity in chickens injected with weakened pathogens Von Behring received the Nobel Prize for development of antitoxin

By zurina
(178 views)

REVIEW: hypovolemia

REVIEW: hypovolemia

REVIEW: hypovolemia. A Decrease in Blood Pressure:. Heart baroreceptors cause posterior pituitary to secrete VP VP increases vasoconstriction VP increases water pores in the collecting duct, increasing water absorbtion from filtrate Cells in glomerulus secrete renin  angiotensin II

By erik
(208 views)

Innate Defenses

Innate Defenses

Innate Defenses. Surface barriers Skin, mucous membranes, and their secretions ________________________________________ to most microorganisms _________________________________________ is resistant to weak acids and bases, bacterial enzymes, and toxins

By fala
(75 views)

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