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vibration sense pathway

vibration sense pathway

02/11/2009 02:39:08

this image shows the dorsal column pathway displaying the tract for vibration sense showing: 1. pacinian corpusle 2. medulla 3. pons 4. midbrain 5. cervical spinal cord 6. thoracic spinal cord... More Details
Skull X-Ray Lateral View

Skull X-Ray Lateral View

09/01/2012 11:34:43

This is an X-Ray image of the Skull taken from a Lateral View showing the Skull From the Side. Showing: 1. Mastoid air cells 2. Ear rods 3. Anterior Border of Head Positioner 4. Posterior Clinoid Pro... More Details
Human body features

Human body features

05/03/2009 03:41:33

this image shows the different parts of our human body (displaying the difference between male and female) showing: 1. head 2. face 3. neck 4. shoulder 5. chest 6. umbilicus 7. abdomen 8. grion (pelv... More Details
Psoriasis of Glans Penis

Psoriasis of Glans Penis

26/06/2011 11:03:05

Psoriasis of Glans Penis erythematous plaques in Glans Penis but without any scales as this is a site of friction. Criteria For Spot Diagnosis: 1. Erythematous lesion 2. plaque "raised lesion&#34... More Details
Psoriasis of Glans Penis

Psoriasis of Glans Penis

26/06/2011 11:03:05

Psoriasis of Glans Penis erythematous plaques in Glans Penis but without any scales as this is a site of friction. Criteria For Spot Diagnosis: 1. Erythematous lesion 2. plaque "raised lesion&#34... More Details
Anxiety Is More Common In Women Than Men

Anxiety Is More Common In Women Than Men

12/04/2012

Women's brains are hard-wired to be more sensitive to anxiety signals than are men's. They also find it harder to control and suppress anxiety symptoms.... More Details
Application of Statistics in Hospital and Healthcare Organizations

Application of Statistics in Hospital and Healthcare Organizations

23/01/2010

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
Body/Torso -- Side View (Body anatomy)

Body/Torso -- Side View (Body anatomy)

27/04/2006

Your torso consists of two parts the chest and the abdomen. The chest contains your heart and lungs; your abdomen contains the digestive and urinary systems. Your chest and abdomen are separated by... More Details
Fibula and Tibia bones anatomy

Fibula and Tibia bones anatomy

04/12/2009 07:42:58

this image shows the anatomy of the fibula and tibia bones (the bones of the leg) in relation to each other ,displaying the different features and parts of them ,fibula (on the left) and the tibia (on... 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
Medical Schools

Medical Schools

25/02/2007 10:22:48

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Trigeminal nerve anatomy

Trigeminal nerve anatomy

28/10/2009 01:55:22

this images illustrates the different branches of the trigeminal nerve in the face in relation to each other [focusing on the maxillary division] showing: 1. maxillary nerve 2. meningeal branch 3. po... More Details
Female Reproductive Organs - Front View (Reproductive system of female)

Female Reproductive Organs - Front View (Reproductive system of female)

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
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
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
Infant Skull X-Ray Lateral View

Infant Skull X-Ray Lateral View

09/01/2012 11:24:14

This is an X-Ray image of the Skull of an infant taken from a Lateral View showing the Skull From the Side. Showing: 1. Frontal Bone 2. Parietal Bones 3. Occipital Bone 4. Lambdoid Suture 5. Ocular S... 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
The Pregnancy

The Pregnancy

17/04/2006 09:50:00

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Stomach anatomy

Stomach anatomy

10/12/2009 09:09:20

this image shows the anatomy of the wall of the stomach displaying its different layers and contents.and showing the lining of the stomach wall. showing: 1. mucosa of the wall of the stomach 2. gastr... 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
Muscles -- Side View (muscular system)

Muscles -- Side View (muscular system)

27/04/2006

this image shows the muscles of our body and displays them on both male and female diagram showing: 1. trapezius muscle 2. deltoid muscle 3. biceps muscle 4. latissimus dorsi muscle 5. extensor muscl... More Details
Furuncle

Furuncle

31/07/2011 06:47:19

Furuncle bumpy red, pus-filled lumps around a hair follicle that are tender, warm, and very painful. They range from pea-sized to golf ball-sized. A yellow or white point at the center of the lump can... 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
Exercise After Vaccination: Reminders To Keep Yourself Safe

Exercise After Vaccination: Reminders To Keep Yourself Safe

04/10/2012

A lot of people avoid getting vaccinations for the fear of contracting any side effects. While it is true that some forms of vaccination can affect your normal health, the side effects are largely tra... More Details
Muscles of the upper limb

Muscles of the upper limb

06/11/2009 03:15:40

this image shows the muscles of the upper limb from the front and back views showing: 1. supinator muscle 2. anconeus muscle 3. brachialis muscle 4. triceps brachii muscle 5. teres major muscle 6. te... More Details
Tinea Manum

Tinea Manum

07/08/2011 07:16:16

Tinea Manum fungal infection of the hand in which scaling, flaking, and itching of the affected skin. Blisters and cracked skin may also occur, leading to exposed raw tissue, pain, swelling, and infla... More Details
Radius an Ulna bones

Radius an Ulna bones

04/12/2009 07:10:38

this image shows the anatomy of the ulna and radius bones displaying their different features and parts of them showing: "ulna" 1. olecranon process 2. trochlear notch 3. head of the ulna 4.... 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
tenth rib anatomy

tenth rib anatomy

06/12/2009 05:18:33

this image shows the anatomy of the tenth rib displaying the difference between it and the typical rib ( it is different in that it has only single articular facet for the vertebra not two semifacets)... More Details
Male Pelvic X-Ray

Male Pelvic X-Ray

09/01/2012 12:25:05

This is a X-Ray Image of Male Pelvis which is usually characterized by being Narrower and longer the female pelvis. Showing : 1. 2 Iliac Bones 2. 2 Sacroiliac joints 3. Sacrum 4. Lumbar Vertebrae 5.... 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
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
The eleventh rib anatomy

The eleventh rib anatomy

06/12/2009 05:19:24

this image shows the anatomy of the eleventh rib displaying the difference between it and the typical rib ( it is different in that it has only single articular facet for the vertebra not two semiface... More Details
Shoulder Joint X-Ray

Shoulder Joint X-Ray

09/01/2012 12:46:21

This is a X-Ray image of the shoulder joint showing the shoulder from antero-posterior view Showing : 1. Socket in the Scapula 2. Spine of the Scapula 3. Clavicle 4. Acromioclavicular Joint 5. Acromi... More Details
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
Anatomy of human body

Anatomy of human body

12/11/2009 01:35:11

this image shows the human body from anterior view showing some organs of it showing: 1. brain 2. eye 3. nose 4. mouth 5. ear 6. throat 7. skin 8. lungs 9. heart 10. liver 11. kidneys 12. pancreas 13... More Details

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