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Anatomy of the liver"biliary system"

Anatomy of the liver"biliary system"

05/03/2009 04:40:00

this image shows the biliary system ( with the liver and the stomach) showing: 1. right hepatic duct 2. liver 3. gall bladder 4. cystic duct 5. common bile duct 6. duodenum 7. pancreatic duct 8. common hepatic duct 9. stomach 10. pancreas 11. left hepatic duct... More Details
inner ear anatomy

inner ear anatomy

12/10/2009 04:19:00

this is a detailed image for the inner ear showing: 1. semicircular canals 2. semicircular ducts ( ant , post and middle) 3. vestibule 4. ampullae 5. maculae 6. endolymphatic sac 7. utricle 8. saccule 9. vestibular duct 10. cochlear duct 11. tympanic duct 12. organ of corti 13. perilymph 14. bony labyrinth 15. endolymph 16. membranous labyrinth... More Details
Thalamus anatomy

Thalamus anatomy

22/10/2009 02:21:00

this image shows the details of the thalamus and its nuclei showing: 1. anterior nuclei 2. ventral nuclei 3. geniculate body 4. lateral nuclei 5. medial nuclei 6. mediodorsal nucleus... More Details
Anatomy of human body

Anatomy of human body

12/11/2009 01:35:00

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. stomach 14. small intestine 15. large intestine 16. hand 17. foot 18. bone 19. reproductive organs 20. urinary bladder... More Details
Abdomen anatomy

Abdomen anatomy

12/11/2009 01:42:00

this image shows the whole abdomen in relation to the thorax and displays the different organs present in the thorax and the abdomen in relation to each other showing: 1. clavicle 2. left lung 3. right lung 4. pericardium of the heart 5. liver 6. stomach 7. diaphragm 8. transverse colon 9. coils of small intestine 10. ascending colon 11. cecum 12. urinary bladder... More Details
Abdomen anatomy

Abdomen anatomy

13/11/2009 05:51:00

this image shows the boundaries of the abdomen showing: 1. the diaphragm "superior boundary" 2. muscles of the back "posterior boundary" 3. Abdominal muscles "Lateral and anterior boundary" 4. Pelvic floor muscles "inferior boundary"... More Details
Abdomen anatomy

Abdomen anatomy

13/11/2009 05:58:00

this image shows the abdomen from anterior view showing some of the abdominal organs in the abdominal region showing: 1. inferior vena cava 2. pancreas 3. sigmoid colon 4. ureters 5. kidneys 6. duodenum 7. aorta... More Details
Stomach anatomy

Stomach anatomy

09/12/2009 05:50:00

this image shows the anatomy of the stomach in relation to the rest of the GIT system. showing: 1. esophagus 2. Stomach 3. Liver 4. Small intestine 5. Large intestine... More Details
GIT anatomy

GIT anatomy

09/12/2009 05:56:00

this image shows the anatomy of the GIT organs that present in the abdominal region.displaying their position and relation to each other showing: 1. Stomach 2. Liver 3. Duodenum 4. Transverse colon 5. Descending colon 6. Small intestine 7. Sigmoid colon 8. Rectum 9. Cecum 10. Terminal ilium 11. Ascending colon... More Details
GIT anatomy

GIT anatomy

09/12/2009 05:56:00

this image shows the anatomy of the GIT organs that present in the abdominal region.displaying their position and relation to each other showing: 1. Stomach 2. Liver 3. Duodenum 4. Transverse colon 5. Descending colon 6. Small intestine 7. Sigmoid colon 8. Rectum 9. Cecum 10. Terminal ilium 11. Ascending colon... More Details
Stomach anatomy

Stomach anatomy

09/12/2009 06:08:00

this image shows the anatomy of the stomach showing its main features and parts.in this images we see the wall of the stomach being removed from the anterior portion to display the contents of the stomach from inside.the wall is also sectioned in order to display the main layers forming the wall of the stomach showing: 1. Fundus of the stomach 2. Body of the stomach 3. Left gastroepiploic vessels... More Details
Stomach anatomy

Stomach anatomy

09/12/2009 06:08:00

this image shows the anatomy of the stomach showing its main features and parts.in this images we see the wall of the stomach being removed from the anterior portion to display the contents of the stomach from inside.the wall is also sectioned in order to display the main layers forming the wall of the stomach showing: 1. Fundus of the stomach 2. Body of the stomach 3. Left gastroepiploic vessels... More Details
Stomach anatomy

Stomach anatomy

09/12/2009 06:09:00

this image shows the anatomy of the stomach showing its main features and parts.in this images we see the wall of the stomach being removed from the anterior portion to display the contents of the stomach from inside.the wall is also sectioned in order to display the main layers forming the wall of the stomach showing: 1. Fundus of the stomach 2. Body of the stomach 3. Left gastroepiploic vessels... More Details
Stomach anatomy

Stomach anatomy

09/12/2009 06:12:00

this image shows the stomach sectioned longitudinally from anterior view to display its main features and parts showing: 1. Oesophagus 2. Cardiac sphincter 3. Fundus 4. Pylorus 5. Duodenum 6. Pyloric sphincter... More Details
Stomach anatomy

Stomach anatomy

10/12/2009 09:09:00

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. gastric pits 3. simple columnar epithelium 4. lamina propria 5. gastric gland 6. lymphatic nodule 7. submucosa of the wall of the stomach 8. muscularis mucosa 9. muscular layer of the wall of the stomach 1... More Details
Abdomen Anatomy

Abdomen Anatomy

06/11/2009 01:05:42

In This Section you will find detailed different Sections about the different organs and structures in the region of the Abdomen including the gastrointestinal tract anatomy , liver anatomy , spleen anatomy , kidney anatomy and many more sections about the Abdomen anatomy...... More Details
Abdomen anatomy

Abdomen anatomy

13/11/2009 05:51:00

this image shows the boundaries of the abdomen showing: 1. the diaphragm "superior boundary" 2. muscles of the back "posterior boundary" 3. Abdominal muscles "Lateral and anterior boundary" 4. Pelvic floor muscles "inferior boundary"... More Details
New Photos in Anatomy of human body

New Photos in Anatomy of human body

12/11/2009 01:35:00

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. stomach 14. small intestine 15. large intestine 16. hand 17. foot 18. bone 19. reproductive organs 20. urinary bladder... More Details
Abdominal X-Ray | eDoctorOnline.com

Abdominal X-Ray | eDoctorOnline.com

09/01/2012 12:15:00

This is a X-Ray image of the Abdomen from Antero-Poterior View,Showing the Abdomen from front. Showing : 1. Rib 2. Thoracic Vertebra 3. Gastric Air Bubble 4. Air Bubble 7. Sacrum 8. Sacroiliac joint 9. Head of the Femur Bone 10. Ilium 11. Superior Border of Ilium... More Details
Bones and ligaments of the FEMALE Pelvis | eDoctorOnline.com

Bones and ligaments of the FEMALE Pelvis | eDoctorOnline.com

13/11/2009 07:31:00

this image is a horizontal section in a female pelvis shows the different pelvic organs and structures in relation to each other showing: 1. iliacus muscle 2. sartorius muscle 3. rectus femoris muscle 4. tensor fascia lata muscle 5. vastus lateralis muscle 6. hip joint 7. neck of femur 8. tendon of psoas muscle 9. obturator externus muscle 10. bursa deep to obturator internus muscle 11. ischial t... More Details
Blood supply of the exterior of the skull

Blood supply of the exterior of the skull

09/10/2009 03:39:00

this image shows the middle meningeal artery (its course and branches) that artery supplies that exterior aspect of the skull it is also shows the common points for injury of that artery causing hemorrhage showing: 1. ant. branch of middle meningeal artery 2. external angular process 3. post. branch of middle meningeal artery... More Details
Male Pelvic X-Ray

Male Pelvic X-Ray

09/01/2012 12:25:00

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. Symphysis Pubis 6. Coccyx 7. Penis shadow 8. 2 Head of Femurs... 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 a dome-shaped sheet of muscle called the diaphragm. showing: 1. larynx 2. esophagus 3. lung 4. sternum 5. heart 6. diaphragm 7. liver 8. gall bladder 9. stomach 10. transverse colon 11. coils of smal... More Details
Dermabond Propen: Using High Viscosity Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive

Dermabond Propen: Using High Viscosity Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive

13/08/2012

Dermabond is a topical skin adhesive composed of a monomeric formulation composed of 2-octyl cyanoacrylate. Dermabond Propen it is an extremely convenient and cosmetically appealing method to close skin wounds and treat wounds involving epidermis and dermis. High Viscosity Dermabond adhesive provides better control, and its strong, flexible bond seals out the most common infection-causing bacteria... More Details
Dermatology Atlas | eDoctorOnline.com

Dermatology Atlas | eDoctorOnline.com

24/06/2011 10:15:47

In This Section you will find detailed different sections about all different disease affecting the skin including Papulosquamous diseases , Disorders of Sebaseous Glands , Disorders of Pigmentation , Disorders of Hair , Bacterial Infection and many more Sections of the diseases affecting thew skin and genital tract ......... More Details
Tinea Capitis (Favus) | eDoctorOnline.com

Tinea Capitis (Favus) | eDoctorOnline.com

31/07/2011 07:30:00

Tinea Capitis (gray Patch) The lesion is a small, round, elevated patches, hyperkeratotic , scaling of the scalp, and dry and brittle hair ( the hair shafts are broken just above the surface)... More Details
Tinea Capitis (Favus) | eDoctorOnline.com

Tinea Capitis (Favus) | eDoctorOnline.com

31/07/2011 07:30:00

Tinea Capitis (gray Patch) The lesion is a small, round, elevated patches, hyperkeratotic , scaling of the scalp, and dry and brittle hair ( the hair shafts are broken just above the surface)... More Details
Female pelvis anatomy | eDoctorOnline.com

Female pelvis anatomy | eDoctorOnline.com

22/11/2009 06:07:00

this image is a longitudinal cross section in the female pelvic brim (the bones and ligaments of the female pelvic region) displaying a lateral view of that sectioned pelvis showing: 1. anterior longitudinal ligament 2. lumbosacral joint 3. wing of the ilium bone 4. anterior superior iliac spine 5. promontary of the sacrum bone 6. linea terminalis 7. obturator membrane 8. interpubic disc 9. symph... More Details
Furuncle | eDoctorOnline.com

Furuncle | eDoctorOnline.com

31/07/2011 06:48:00

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 be seen when the boil is ready to drain or discharge pus... More Details
Herpes Simplex | eDoctorOnline.com

Herpes Simplex | eDoctorOnline.com

30/12/2011 04:32:00

In this lesion you would find a group of vesicles ( elevated lesion filled with secretion) on red base on the lips in this image. Crieteria for spot diagnosis: 1. Group of vesicles 2. Erythematous base (red base) 3.May be crustations... 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
Psoriasis of The Nail | eDoctorOnline.com

Psoriasis of The Nail | eDoctorOnline.com

25/06/2011 08:37:00

Pustular Psoriasis rare type of Psoriasis characterized by Extensive erythematous plaques covered with silvery white scales. Associated with Pustules (collections of pus under the surface of the skin) Criteria For Spot Diagnosis: 1. Erythematous lesion 2. plaque "raised lesion" 3. covered by silvery white scales 4. Presence of Pustules.... More Details
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