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Lymphatic and Digestive System

What I need help on is an outline, rough draft, and final copy for a paper on the Lymphatic and Digestive systems. See the attached documents for a detailed explanation.

Organ System Case Studies

Please help me so I can complete the following questions: Clinical Questions Answer the following clinical questions using your knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology obtained in this unit. Case Study 1 You are a young research assistant at a pharmaceutical company. Your group has been asked to develop an effective

Various Case Study Questions

You have helped me before and I learned a lot from your answers. Attached are misc case studies. I have done many for homework assignment, but these are the ones I struggled with. Please help. Thank you. Clinical Questions Answer the following clinical questions using your knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology obtaine

Acid-Base Balance and Reproductive System

1. How are carbonic and lactic acid produced? 2. Are fruits and vegetables acid-forming or base-forming foods? 3. Identify several acid-forming elements. 4. What is a physiological buffer? 5. What is the normal range of blood Ph? 6. Name the accessory glands of the male reproductive system. 7. List the genital ducts in t

Chemotherapeutic drugs, tissue types, bone callus, white fat

Please see the attached file. 1. Two examples of chemotherapeutic drugs (drugs used to treat cancer) and their cellular actions are listed below. Explain why each drug could be fatal to a cell. Vincristine: damages the mitotic spindle Adriamycin: Binds to DNA and Blocks mRNA synthesis 2. In adults, over 90% of all

Blood/Cardiovascular

Blood Describe the structure of hemoglobin. How does the structure of hemoglobin allow it to combine to oxygen? Cardiovascular Discuss the size, position, and location of the heart in the thoracic cavity. How is CPR accomplished? What is the significance of the placement of the heart in the thoracic cavity a

Physiology - Consequences of Vision Loss

Consequences of Vision Loss Use the Internet to find information by and about people with different types of vision loss. Write a few paragraphs indicating the things that he or she is most uncomfortable with in terms of their vision loss. - What aspect of vision has he or she lost? - What types of v

Neurology Exam: Sensory Loss Questions

(1) Your patient is an 18 year old man who sustained a spinal cord injury following a motorcycle accident. He is unable to move his left lower extremity and demonstrates the following sensory deficits: L LE: absent kinesthesia of hip, knee, ankle, greater toe L side below L2 Level: absent 2 point discrimination and pallesthe

Maslow's Hierarchy is applied.

In a typical workday, which of the needs noted in Maslow's hierarchy motivates a person (such as a student or teacher) to engage in various activities?

Anatomy and Physiology - Skin Diseases

I was thinking of doing skin diseases caused by the sun or skin cancer due to the sun. I am in Vegas, so I was interested in the long run health of sun exposure on the skin. What should I focus on? Is this a good topic for a report? How should I title this report? We can write on any topic that is related to anatomy and phy

Evaluation and Recommendations for Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy

Once again another problem that i need guidance on all the data to put in order to evaluate and implement a PT evaluation. EC Case 2 70 y/o female admitted secondary to fall at home secondary to syncopal event, (-) fractures. Medical w/u reveals dehydration, Rx with IV fluids. PMH significant for MI, CAD, CHF, NIDDM, chro

Cardorespiratory Problems with some neuroanatomy

Your patient is a 76 year-old female who has been admitted after experiencing a right embolic CVA. She presents with dysphagia and left sided hemiparesis. Physical therapy has been consulted to evaluate and treat this patient. On reading the chart you note the patient to have a temperature or 101.6 F, a consolidated left lower l

Neuroanatomy: Cranial Nerve Problem

A 65 y/o man develops (a) subtle slurring of speech, combined with a (b) loss of pain and thermal sensation on the right side of the face and left side of the body. A careful examination reveals that he has (c) paralysis of facial muscles on the right side involving upper and lower portions of the face. Masticatory muscles appea

Neuroanatomy - Cranial Nerve Pathologies

Q. A 65 y/o man was in a meeting when suddenly he lost control of the right side of his body, including his face. He slumped in his chair and the right side of his face appeared to sag and he complained of double vision. He did not lose consciousness. Somatosensation is intact. Movement and strength on the left side of his body

Insulin

When insulin travels to the cells of the body, the concentration of what compound will elevate with the cells? What is the specific action of this compound, within the cells?

Neurology - Queckenstedt's sign & a blood vessel

(1) The notes on a patient state that he has a positive Queckenstedt's sign. Explain Queckenstedts' sign. This what I have could you please check and make sure I am not missing anything? Also known as: Queckenstedt's method Queckenstedt's sign Queckenstedt's symptom Queckenstedt's test Queckenstedt-Stookey test Stook

Neuroanatomy Question

A woman was in an auto accident. Although she had her seat belt fastened (no shoulder strap) she was thrown forward on impact. She said she could not feel anything in either leg and could not move her legs. Examination revealed the following: a. Complete motor and sensory loss in both legs below the inguinal ligament and abse

Neuroanatomy: Swelling in Fourth and Fifth Lumbar Vertebra

A pediatrician examining an infant found a large swelling in the lower part of the infants back over the fourth and fifth lumbar vertebra. The summit of the swelling had an oval raw area from which a clear fluid was discharging. The legs were hyperextended and feet were held in a position of talipes calcaneus. What is the pro

Neurostransmitters

What neurotransmitter is released at the preganglionic synapses of the sympathetic division? at the postganglionic? What neurotransmitter is released at the parasympathetic preganglionic synapse? at the postganglionic?

Senses

Several children attending the same day care center developed red, inflamed eyes and eyelids. What is the most likely cause and name of this condition? Sue, age 70 recently underwent surgery for otosclerosis. The operation was a failure and did not improve her condition. What was the purpose of the surgery, and exactly wha

Nervous system

A man in his early 70s was having problems chewing his food. He was asked to stick out his tongue. It deviated to the right, and its right side was quite wasted. What cranial nerve was impaired? Bob a couch potato likes to eat a very large meal in the evening. After the meal, his wife asks him to help clean the dishes, bu

Cerebrum: grooves/hemispheres/lobes

(a) What is the advantage of having a cerebrum that is highly convoluted? (b) What term is used to indicate its grooves? Its outward folds? (c) What groove divides the cerebrum into two hemispheres? (d) What divides the parietal from the frontal lobe? The parietal from the temporal lobe?

Muscular

1) What is responsible for the banding pattern seen in skeletal muscle cells? 2)What is the functions of tendons? How is a tendon different from an aponeurosis? How is it similar? 3)How do isotonic and isometric contractions different ? 4) The sternocleidomastoid muscles help to flex the neck. What are their antagonist

Muscular system

Name three muscles or, muscle groups used as sites for intramuscular injections. Which is most often used in babies? Tom was advised by his doctor to lose weight and start jogging. He began to jog daily. On the sixth day, he was forced to jump out of the way of a speeding car. He heard a snapping sound that was immediatel

Muscular system

Detailed not needed, just verifying choice 1. Which of the following does NOT compress the abdomen ______________. latissimus dorsi rectus abdominis external oblique transversus abdominis internal oblique 2. Paralysis of which of the following would make an individual unabl

Muscle groups

Name two muscles in each of the following compartments or regions: (a) thenar eminence (ball of thumb), (b) posterior compartment of forearm, (c) anterior compartment of forearm?deep muscle group, (d) anterior muscle group in the arm, (e) muscles of mastication, (f) third muscle layer of the foot, (g) posterior compartment of le