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Basic medicals: Anatomy

Spinal nerves: Anatomy and it’s distribution

Overview of the Spinal Nerves The spinal cord is an extension of the brainstem (the lowest part of the brain), extending from the base of...

Anatomical Position: Direction and Terms

In this article am going to write about Anatomical position(s) and some terminology used in basic medical sciences especially in Anatomy Human Anatomy is one...

Brain: (Anatomy), parts, lobes and Functions

Overview of the brain The brain is an amazing three-pound organ that controls all functions of the body, interprets information from the outside world, and...

Lymph nodes: Anatomy of lymph and it’s function

lymph nodes lymph nodes usually occur as a result of infection from bacteria or viruses. Rarely, swollen lymph nodes are caused by cancer. Your lymph nodes,...

Skeletal system: pictures of bones, functions

Introduction to skeletal system The skeletal system is composed of bones and cartilage connected by ligaments to form a framework for the rest of the...

World Anatomy Day: 15 October-mapping the human body

Human anatomy, the study of the structure of the human body, has been crucial to developments in modern medical science. The past decade in...

Thyroid Gland: The Anatomy, Functions and Its Hormones

OVERVIEW OF THE THYROID GLAND The thyroid is a dual lobed gland located at the front of the neck, just beneath the larynx (voice box)....

mid brain: Anatomy, origins, Function and Vasculature

Mid brain, it is part brain stem (also known as the mesencephalon) is the most superior of the three regions of the brain stem....

pupillary light reflex: Diagram shows pathway

This is a schematic diagram of the pupillary light reflex. The afferent limb originates in the retinal photoreceptors, which convert light energy to a...

Pterygium: causes , symptoms, diagnosis and Treatment

A pterygium is a growth of the conjunctiva or mucous membrane that covers the white part of your eye over the cornea. The cornea...

Olfactory Nerve (CN I): Origin, Course, functions

The olfactory nerve (CN I), is the first and shortest cranial nerve. It is the nerve which transmits special sensory information, allowing us to have...

Cranial Nerves: Every thing About Cranial Nerves

Overview of cranial nerves The cranial nerves are a set of 12 paired nerves that arise directly from the brain. The first two nerves (olfactory and optic) arise...
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Medulla Oblongata

The medulla oblongata (medulla) is one of the three regions that make up the brainstem. It is the most inferior of the three and is...

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Is diabetes curable? There isn’t a cure for diabetes right now. But scientists across the UK are pushing boundaries and taking steps to build a...

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Overview Do you know that some foods can stop premature ejaculation? Yes is possible. According to an India doctor. Foods can can cause premature ejaculation...

Brain aneurysm rupture: Causes, types and more

Overview A Brain aneurysm rupture is a bulge or ballooning in a blood vessel in the brain. It often looks like a berry hanging on...