breathing exercise

there  are  several  techniques  of  teaching  breathing  exercise  the  term  breathing  exercise  is  often  misleading  as  the   patient  is  physically  exerting  himself.the  patient   must  be  half   lying  the  therapist  should  stand by ...

Posterior triangle

The neck is divided into anterior triangle and posterior triangle by sternocleidomastoid.   POSTERIOR TRIANGLE It is the space located behind the sternocleidomastoid. BOUNDARIES Anterior: posterior border of...

Precautions while buying medicines

Please ensure that you take the following precautions while purchasing medicines from any shop 1) Do not buy medicines without Prescription:- Do not buy medicines from a medical shop without prescription from a doctor.  You may think you may be...

Cancer

Definition: Cancer is not just one disease but a large group of 100 disease. It is a genetic disease. The main characteristic of this disease is it forms uncontrol growth of the cells and these uncontrolled growth of cells migrate from the...

Calculation of internal medicine staff

The calculation of the medical staff of this clinic functional unit is presented in three sections:   Data, criteria and variables considered Calculations and results Summary, conclusions and recommendations   Data Criteria and...

Medical Sterilization Methods

Types of Methods: Chemicals: Ethylene Oxide Gas-plasma of hydrogen peroxide Physical: Heat Radiation Filtration Sterilizing agents and disinfectants  Chemical Methods   These methods cause the loss of viability of...

CONTENTS OF THE POSTERIOR TRIANGLE

Contents: 1) Spinal part of accessory nerve. 2) Lesser occipital nerve (C2) 3) Great auricular nerve (C2,C3) 4) Transverse cutaneous nerve of the neck (C2,C3) 5) Supraclavicular nerve(C3,C4) 6) Muscular branches to the levator...

A Note on Collagen Fibrous Proteins

Fibrous Proteins: One of the most abundant types of proteins, one that belongs to this type is collagen, which constitutes one third of the proteins of vertebrates, consists of a chain of three polypeptides which in turn is composed of 1000 amino...

Tonsils and its Disorders

WHAT ARE TONSILS?   Tonsils are masses of lymph tissue on either side of the throat (in the oropharynx region). They can be called as two of the lymph glands in the body. Like other organs of the lymphatic system in the human body, tonsils...

ganglion

OTIC GANGLION: *  It is the peripheral parasympathetic ganglion which relay its secretomotor fibres to the parotid ganglion. *  Topographically it is related to mandibular nerve but functionally it is a part of glossopharyngeal nerve. *   It has...

sternocleidomastoid.

sternocleidomastoid: Origin: It has 2 heads.one is the clavicular head and other is the sternal head.The sternal head is tendinous in origin and it arises from the suprolateral part of the front of manubrium sternum. Clavicular  head is...

Getting High

Getting high, this word may not mean a lot or can be called just a slang. However this slang is the sole reason for broken families, intelligent college drop outs, worried parents, arguing couples, home less kids and a lot more.Getting high means...

extraocular muscles

EXTRAOCULAR MUSCLES: The extraocular muscles include voluntary muscles and involuntary muscles . The voluntary muscles are as follows Superior rectus Inferior rectus Medial rectus Lateral rectus Superior oblique Inferior oblique...

How diverticulitis is diagnosed?

Faced with an acute episode of sigmoid diverticulitis of moderate severity, we consider some differential diagnosis. The functional or irritable colon, associated with fever from another source, represents the main differential diagnosis. The...

Treatment of complicated diverticulitis

Treating a patient with diverticulitis varies with the severity of symptoms, duration of disease, associated diseases and immune status of your system. Fortunately, most episodes of diverticulitis are mild or moderate, peridiverticulitis presented...

What is diabetes? Educational Review

Diabetes is not a disease but a syndrome, which should be individualized within the various nosological entities. The common link of all these is hyperglycemia and its consequences, also called specific complications that are common to all forms of...

How hard working is our liver?

The liver is the most active organ of our body and it is in the liver that most of the important processes of the body take place, when nutrients enter the body, the liver receives them first; then it metabolizes, packages, stores, or ships...

To do any exercise correctly you need to know which muscles are involved and the movements they perform. Anatomically locating these structures allows us to identify opposing forces and how to use them to benefit our fitness routine. When...

Mediastinum

Mediastinum: The space between the two lungs in the thoracic cavity where the heart is located. It is surrounded by Anteriorly: Sternum Posteriorly: Vertebral column Superiorly: Thoracic cavity Inferiorly: Diaphragm Sternum: It is the flat...

Intercostal Artery

Intercostal Artery: Each intercostal space contain two anterior intercostal artery and one posterior intercostal artery. There are nine intercostal spaces anteriorly. Anterior Intercostal Artery: First six  intercostal artery arise from internal...

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