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How does the body maintain normal blood pressure?

How does the body maintain normal blood pressure?

18/04/2006

The body has mechanisms to alter or maintain blood pressure and the flow of blood. There are sensors in the walls of the arteries and heart that sense blood pressure.... More Details
Vagina anatomy

Vagina anatomy

13/11/2009 06:27:27

this image shows the vagina of the female pelvis in relation to the surrounding organs this is a side view of a vertically sectioned pelvis showing: 1. fallopian tube 2. ovary 3. uterus 4. cervix 5. r... More Details
Annulus of Zinn

Annulus of Zinn

29/10/2009 15:31:07

this image shows the origin of the recti muscles of the eye [annulus of zinn] and shows the position of the different nerves and vessels entering the orbital cavity in relation to "annulus of zinn... More Details
Larynx anatomy

Larynx anatomy

12/10/2009 04:38:13

this is the larynx from above with the vocal cords opened (right image) and closed (left image) showing: 1. base of the tongue 2. epiglottis 3. false vocal cord 4. true vocal cord 5. glottis 6. inner... More Details
Get Pregnant After 35 (and 40!)

Get Pregnant After 35 (and 40!)

09/06/2006

Assess the odds, up your chances, and glean advice from a midlife mom When I was 35, unmarried but still hoping for children someday, I asked my doctor if I should be concerned about my chances of get... More Details
Vagina anatomy

Vagina anatomy

13/11/2009 06:27:27

this image shows the vagina of the female pelvis in relation to the surrounding organs this is a side view of a vertically sectioned pelvis showing: 1. fallopian tube 2. ovary 3. uterus 4. cervix 5. r... More Details
Female pelvic anatomy

Female pelvic anatomy

13/11/2009 07:04:02

this is an anterior view of the female reproductive system in the pelvic region showing: 1. fundus of the uterus 2. ureter 3. colon 4. ovary 5. infundibular pelvic ligament 6. uterine (fallopian ) tu... More Details
Circulation -- Arterial (Circulatory system)

Circulation -- Arterial (Circulatory system)

27/04/2006

Your arteries carry blood away from the heart. Oxygenated blood is pumped out of the heart through the body's main artery the aorta. Arteries that branch off the aorta transport blood throughout... More Details
Use of Statistics in Hospital and Healthcare Organizations

Use of Statistics in Hospital and Healthcare Organizations

22/01/2010

Now-a-days healthcare organizations are very much competitive. And they want to lead in all the areas of improvement. But sometimes they have to face big challenges for solutions to analytical problem... More Details
Headaches can be relieved with calcium and vitamin D

Headaches can be relieved with calcium and vitamin D

19/10/2009

Headaches are one of the most common health complaints of adults. There are three types of headaches; tension, migraine, and cluster. The tension headache is the most common and often results from mus... More Details
Male pelvic nerves and vessels

Male pelvic nerves and vessels

13/11/2009 07:01:25

this image shows the pelvic arteries , veins and nerves in relation to each other and to the surrounding structures in the female pelvis region showing: 1. anococcygeal nerves 2. anococcygeal arterie... More Details
Liver anatomy

Liver anatomy

12/11/2009 13:38:34

this image shows the liver anatomy from anterior and inferior view anterior view "a" and the inferior view "b" showing: "anterior" 1. right lobe of the liver 2. coronary ligam... More Details
Bones and ligaments of the FEMALE Pelvis

Bones and ligaments of the FEMALE Pelvis

22/11/2009 06:01:45

this image shows the posterior "back" view of the female pelvic brim (the bones and ligaments that forms the pelvic region in the female) showing: 1. supraspinous ligament 2. posterior sacroi... More Details
Can peripheral vascular disease cause erectile dysfunction?

Can peripheral vascular disease cause erectile dysfunction?

01/12/2011

Before knowing the fact as to how peripheral vascular disease causes erectile dysfunction, it is very important to understand few things about peripheral vascular disease. Peripheral Vascular Disease... More Details
Bones and ligaments of the FEMALE Pelvis

Bones and ligaments of the FEMALE Pelvis

22/11/2009 06:01:45

this image shows the posterior "back" view of the female pelvic brim (the bones and ligaments that forms the pelvic region in the female) showing: 1. supraspinous ligament 2. posterior sacroi... More Details
Humerus bone

Humerus bone

04/12/2009 06:26:56

this image shows the humerus bone (the bone of the arm " links the shoulder to the elbow joint") from anterior and posterior view showing: 1. greater tubercle 2. head of the humerus 3. anatom... More Details
C.N.S anatomy

C.N.S anatomy

23/10/2009 16:00:34

this image shows the whole central nervous system in relation to each other showing: 1. cerebrum 2. corpus callosum 3. cerebellum 4. pituitary gland 5. brain stem 6. spinal cord 7. vertebral column 8... More Details
Muscles -- Back View (muscular system)

Muscles -- Back View (muscular system)

27/04/2006

Each of your muscles is made up of thousands of thin, long, cylindrical cells called muscle fibers. The muscle fibers' highly specialized structure enables the muscles to relax and contract to pro... More Details
Nerve supply of the nose

Nerve supply of the nose

28/10/2009 02:27:01

this image shows the nerves supplying the nose in relation to each other showing: 1. hard palate 2. filaments from olfactory nerve 3. nasopalatine nerve 4. nasociliary nerve 5. olfactory bulb... More Details
the main openings in the skull

the main openings in the skull

10/10/2009 15:33:12

FORAMEN : CN cribiform plate I optic canal II sup. orbital fissure III, IV, Va, VI foramen rotundum Vb foramen ovale Vc int. auditory meatus VII, VIII jugular foramen IX, X, XI hypoglossal ca... More Details
Female pelvic anatomy

Female pelvic anatomy

13/11/2009 07:06:06

this image shows lateral view of the vertically sectioned pelvis of female showing: 1. fallopian tube 2. urinary bladder 3. pubic bone 4. clitoris 5. urethra 6. vagina 7. anus 8. rectum 9. cervix 10.... More Details
Taste sensation pathway

Taste sensation pathway

03/11/2009 14:31:15

this image shows the pathway of the taste sensation from the tongue to the central nervous system the left image shows the histology of the taste bud ( the taste receptor of the tongue) showing: 1. t... More Details
Bones of the foot anatomy

Bones of the foot anatomy

22/11/2009 06:34:06

this is a lateral view of the bones of the foot showing: 1. tibia 2. fibula 3. talus bone 4. calcaneus bone 5. cuboid bone 6. navicular bones 7. cuneiform bones 8. 5 metatarsal bones 9. 14 phalanges... More Details
Spinal nerve connections

Spinal nerve connections

01/11/2009 14:42:04

this image shows all the connections between the spinal cord (spinal nerve) and the effector organs showing: 1. dorsal horn of spinal cord 2. lateral horn of spinal cord 3. ventral horn of spinal cor... More Details
Trigeminal nerve anatomy

Trigeminal nerve anatomy

28/10/2009 02:06:55

this images illustrates the different branches of the trigeminal nerve in the face in relation to each other [focusing on the mandibular division] showing: 1. mandibular nerve 2. meningeal branch 3.... More Details
Circulation -- Venous (circulatory system)

Circulation -- Venous (circulatory system)

27/04/2006

Your veins carry blood back toward the heart. Tiny vessels called capillaries in organs and tissues of the body deliver deoxygenated blood into small veins called venules, which join to form veins. Bl... More Details
Larynx anatomy

Larynx anatomy

12/10/2009 04:36:18

this is a longitudinal section in the trachea with side view detailing the structure of the larynx showing: 1. epiglottis 2. hyoid bone 3. fat body 4. vestibular fold(false vocal cord) 5. laryngeal pr... More Details
Visual pathway

Visual pathway

28/10/2009 02:54:03

this image shows the visual pathway illustrating the different fields of vision every side of the optic tract supply Note that nasal fibers from nasal retina of both sides cross at the optic chiasma ... More Details
Axilla anatomy

Axilla anatomy

02/12/2009 14:00:16

this image shows the surface anatomy of the axillary area (the arm pet) showing the surface anatomy of : 1. pectoralis major muscle 2. deltoid muscle 3. biceps brachii muscle 4. coracobrachialis musc... More Details
Female Reproductive Organs - sectional View (Female Reproductive system)

Female Reproductive Organs - sectional View (Female Reproductive system)

27/04/2006

The female reproductive organs include the vagina (a muscular passage that connects the cervix with the external genital organs - one of which is a sensitive mound of tissue called the clitoris), the... More Details
Pathways of C.N.S

Pathways of C.N.S

22/10/2009 13:52:27

In This Section you will find detailed different Photos and images about the anatomy of the Pathways of the CNS including their types , spinothalamic track anatomy , ascending tracks anatomy , descend... More Details
taste sensation pathway

taste sensation pathway

02/11/2009 15:11:47

this image shows the pathway of the tract that carry the taste sensation from the tongue to the cerebral cortex showing: 1. tongue receptors(taste buds) 2. chorda tympani 3. fascial nerve 4. glossoph... More Details
Cranial nerves anatomy

Cranial nerves anatomy

22/10/2009 13:51:53

In This Section you will find detailed different Photos and images about the anatomy of the Cranial Nerves including Their types , Fascial nerve anatomy , trigeminal nerve anatomy , vagus nerve anatom... More Details
Nerve supply of the eye

Nerve supply of the eye

28/10/2009 01:49:36

this image shows the nerves supplying the eye in relation to each other from superior view (on the left) and from lateral view (on the right) showing: 1. ophthalmic nerve 2. trigeminal nerve 3. optic... More Details
Shoulder joint anatomy

Shoulder joint anatomy

18/12/2009 07:48:10

this image shows the anatomy of the shoulder joint from anterior view displaying the bones , ligaments and bursa of that joint. showing: 1. Acromion process of the scapula 2. Bursa of the shoulder jo... More Details
Heart and lung anatomy

Heart and lung anatomy

07/12/2009 06:43:11

this image shows the anatomy of the heart and the lungs in relation to each other displaying their different parts and features and the vessels of the heart and their relation to the lungs showing: 1... More Details
heart valve anatomy

heart valve anatomy

07/01/2010 14:26:32

This image is a horizontal cut section of the heart at the level of the heart valves showing the four main valves of the heart with the related structures and vessels showing: 1. Pulmonary valve 2. A... More Details

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