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Enlarge vessels: dilation or enlargemenet of blood vessels.Get a more detailed answer ›
This is normal: At this age and through adolescence, youngsters are very private about their changing bodies and changing feelings. Wise adults respect this and simply communicate that they will be supportive of their child during this tough time. ...Read more
Does someone have some useful tips to help me remember what I learn in my human anatomy course and in my future health science classes?
Remember Anatomy: Not strictly a medical problem, but it is an old medical school challenge. Go to Amazon and look under "Anatomy Mnemonics" to find a whole range of cram tools that people have used to remember obscure terms, concepts and associations. Good luck. ...Read more
Nope: Anatomy continues to evolve to the molecular level. ...Read more
Vestigeal organs: Vestigial organs are parts of the body that may have had a evolutionary benefit but no longer do. The coccyx (tailbone) is another one. Some consider sesmoid bones and the tonsils in the same category. ...Read more
Vaso-constriction: Cold water constricts blood vessels, and therefore helps to prevent accumulation of inflammatory chemicals that cause it to hurt. ...Read more
Can you tell me in relation to human anatomy why can't you take certain heart medications with cialis?
Would i need to take college human anatomy and physiology to become a physical therapist? Even if the programs doesn't require it.
Absolutely: These two areas are so important to be a great and competent pt expert. It is actually fun. ...Read more
It means that ...: The walls of your colon (the last part of your bowel - usually goes around the outer part of the abdomen) has a thick wall. Remember this a tube... Thickening makes the inside smaller. Infection, inflammation and even cancer can cause it. It is usually seen on ct, MRI or even colonoscopy. You should have you doctor narrow the possibility list. ...Read more