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Gastric VS Duodenal Ulcers- Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

gastric vs duedenal ulcers

Ulcers are believed to be one of the most bothering diseases to happen. That is due to the problems they cause and it takes a long term for their treatment and of course a lot of money too. Ulcers have many types. Some of them are severe while some of them are easy to leave. As our title suggests that we should talk on two of the main types of Ulcers which are Gastric (Gastric) and Duodenal Ulcers. Definitely we

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Humoral VS Cell Mediated Immunity- Similarities And Differences

humoral vs cell mediated immunity

Before, we move to our main title which the difference between two major types of Immunity Humoral and Cell Mediated, we need to have a general concept of Immunity. Immunity is the ability of a body against the diseases. A person with greater immunity will resist diseases better than a person who has a weaker immunity. Strength of immunity depends upon many factors but today we are not here for that. What we are going to here is to differentiate

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Structure And Functions of hemoglobin + Disorders

structure and functions of hemoglobin

Hemoglobin are present in the red blood cells and is a necessary chemical which supplies oxygen from lungs to rest of the body. It is a protein having a quarternary structure which composes iron and performs the significant function of transporting oxygen through RBCs in blood in mammals as well as other animals. It also fulfills distinct effect modulation and gas transport duties, although which vary from species to species and most probably is altogether different in invertebrates (having no backbone).

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Plasma Proteins Types And Functions

types and functions of plasma proteins

Plasma is the clear, pitched-colored liquid spot of blood that rests after red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and other cellular parts are removed. It is the largest portion of human blood, constituting approximately 55 percent, and contains water, salts, enzymes, antibodies and other proteins separately. The proteins exist in the plasma of human blood are a blend of proteins, glycoproteins, lipoproteins and other conjugated proteins are collectively called “Plasma Proteins“. These may be break up by salt precipitation,

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Medial longitudinal Fasciculus Pathway, Origin & Syndrome

medial longitudinal fasciculus

The medial longitudinal fasciculus is basically a fine group of axons or longitudinal bundle present just a little above the midline of the brainstem or brain stem, composing of both ascending and descending batch of fibers that originates from various areas of the body. It is further associated with three different muscular connection called, oculomotor nerve, trochlear nerve, and abducens nerve. Medial longitudinal fasciculus Origin: Medial longitudinal fasciculus was very first discovered by the neurologist Benedict Stilling. Later, its name was gradually changing and

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How does insulin works in the body? (Type 1 and 2 Diabetes)

how does insulin works in body

Our body needs a wide variety of proteins and carbohydrates to keep the energy level high in order to remain health. We get them by eating different food as our daily meal. Our cells need sugar to energize the body. However cells cannot make direct contact with the sugar. In such situation when the sugar level rises in your body, cells in pancreas call Insulin in the blood stream. Insulin then signal the cells to consume sugar to give energy

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Carotid Sinus Reflex, Carotid Sinus Syndrome, and hypersensitivity

carotid sinus reflex, syndrome & hypersensitivity

Today, I am going to tell you some very basic things about Carotid Sinus Reflex, Carotid Sinus Syndrome, and hypersensitivity. Here, in very short time, you can become familiar with the important definitions and characteristics of the mentioned things so let’s start reading them. Carotid Sinus Reflex: This can be described as an increased response towards carotid sinus stimulation. Some of the major symptoms of this response can be dizziness and syncope which comes from cerebral profusion. Vagal incitement can

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Defecation Reflex- Definitioin, Intrinsic & Extrinsic Reflexes

intrinsic and extrinsic defecation reflex

One of the most important terms from the medical sciences is Defecation Reflex. Today, not only the definition but also, I am going to give you a quite detailed account on the topic. We will discuss its definition, structure, working, and also, what is a normal bowel movement. These are very important medical terms and being a medical student, it very important for you to understand them correctly. Ok, so let’s move on with our task and start from a

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