if the muscle are not used they become weaker and smaller thannormal size ,but this problem is reversible by more physicalexercises until the muscles aren't damaged. but if the denervationor injury occur to the muscle the weakness could be persistent andatrophy may occur.
Atrophy will occur, and muscles will decrease
Regeneration can either be complete where the new tissue is thesame as the lost tissue, or incomplete where after the necrotictissue comes fibrosis.At its most elementary level, regeneration ismediated by the molecular processes of gene regulation.
Because it a muscle thaat make you to pick a answer
Maybe there is no available eggs , cause women born with limit eggs
I recommend going to a doctor obviously
From another persons perspective, in the left just under the lung.
Yes, they are responsible for the nutrients.
the RNA of the defective genes
usually about 1 week to 6 weeks but it can be much longer dependingon how bad you pulled it
you can get rid of your waste in your body , by simply doing eating healthy foods and proper hygiene ..
Abdominal pain can be difficult to pin down. Kidney pain is oftentowards the back, but this really needs to be checked by a doctor.
There are over 700 muscles that make up the muscular system butthey are broken down into 3 distinct types. These 3 types areskeletal muscles, cardiac muscles, and heart muscles.
Dominant gene eg as in Huntington's chorea. H representsHuntingtons dominant trait not the normal condition. AA abnormal,Aa abnormal however possibilty of subsequent offspring of Aa and Aabeing aa therfore normal!
If the manual ventilation is not performed correctly it leads tostomach inflation and thus leads to gastricregurgitation,aspiration, pneumonia.This stomach inflation mayincrease intra-gastric pressure, restrict lung movements, and soreduce the respiratory system compliance.
a greater reabsorption means, less water leaves the body
Scientist still aren't completely sure about the function/s of theuvula. However, they believe that it produces saliva whichlubricates the mouth. This in turn helps with speech. So yes , theuvula does help with speech.
1. You are moving at a fast pace so your whole body needs oxygen faster.
They help you stay healthy. They fight away colds and germs.
A human cannot. The only parts of the face you can see are the nose, cheeks, and mouth; which can be done by looking down without moving your head.
Yes, the wrist is proximal to the hand. The hand is distal to the wrist.
Genotype (DNA) .
Blood Type .
(+, -) or (+ , +).
Exactly as you have above. Great question...
yes most mamilians have foreskins other domains of the animal kingdom would have them if they had penises
Fluid contained in the inner ear
Absolutely not. Blood tests exist so that couples will not be at risk for HIV, AIDS or other diseases.
A reticulate red blood cell, or reticulocyte, is an immature redblood cell. In mammals, reticulocytes do not have a nucleus. Theyare slightly larger and appear more blue in colour (with standardstain) than mature red blood cells. A nucleated red blood cell is one which contains a nucleus....
Dorsalis pedis artery. It is located on the top of the foot.
Both age and physical fitness can have an effect on heart rate. Insimple terms, the heart is a giant muscle. If you go through yourlife without working out, then this muscle will have to work harderto get its work done, which is helping to supply oxygen to the restof the body. Working out, increases...
1. Even when a muscle appears to be at rest, a certain amount of sustained contraction is occurring in its fibers. This is called muscle tone. (Muscle tone is a response to nerve impulses that originate repeatedly from the spinal cord and stimulate a few muscle fibers.) A tetanic contraction is...
I think it's time for me and you have no idea what I'm talking to my friends are like that you are the same thing to say up with the best yet another example is not the best of the year
Oxygen is attached to the red blood cells.
Pressure receptors are found in nipples, eyelids, fingertips, lips,and external genitalia.
The most common reproductive system cancer in women is the Uterus.It is the fourth most common cancer overall after breast, lung andbowel cancer.
Elevation, depression, and retraction of scapula. Upper is also involved in extension of the head.
Posterior Lobe Hormones: *Anti-diuretic hormone (ADH): This hormone prompts the kidneys to increase water absorption in the blood. *Oxytocin: Oxytocin is involved in a variety of processes, such as contracting the uterus during childbirth and stimulating breast milk production.
If its soft then usually yes its just a fatty pustule. Have yourdoctor take a small sample of it to be tested if you're really thatconcerned, but there should be nothing to worry about.
I have heard different amounts. The ost suggested is %10
antepartum usually refers to the period between the 24th/26thweek of gestational age until birth.
The human nose has two small oblong bones
Is there now a CE requirement for medical instruments to haveclinical data
It varies based on age & gender, but no that is a very normal number
arteries carry red blood (oxygen), veins carry blue blood (no oxygen), i don't think that blood carries CO2,
the most important organs are upper and lower limbs.
C-reactive protein (CRP), an acute-phase reactant, has beenidentified as a saliva-based biomarker of inflammation. Theobjective of the study was to estimate and compare salivary CRPlevels in Hashimoto's thyroiditis (HT) and Subacute thyroiditis(SAT). The study included 30 HT patients who presented...
the heart pumps oxygenated blood round the body so that the muscles get oxygen to help them be used in energetic exercises
The components of the circulatory system include the heart, blood,and blood vessels. The pulmonary circulation is also part of thiscomplex system.
Dermatology is the study of the structure, function, and diseases of the skin.
In fact, a girl's brain does not weight more than a boy's brain. The average Male's brain weighs 1360 grams (3 pounds) The average Female's brain weighs 1250 grams (2.8 pounds) Of course, brain weight does not really mean anything, and is certainly not associated with intelligence. To...
In short, the three pathways are: - Regeneration of ATP using creatine phosphate. It breaks down lending its phosphate molecule to regenerate ATP. - Regeneration of ATP through glycolysis, i.e. using glucose and glycogen stored in your blood and muscles. - Regeneration of ATP using the...
The immune system involves lymphoid tissues classified as primary (thymus and bone marrow) or secondary (tonsils, adenoids, spleen, Peyer's patches, appendix, etc.)
Lactic acid is a chemical compound that plays a role in variousbiochemical processes. It was first isolated in 1780 by the Swedishchemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele. Lactic acid is a carboxylic acid withthe chemical formula CâHâOHCOOH.
The thumb is made up of two phalanges (one distal phalanx and oneproximal phalanx), and one metacarpal. At the "visible base" of thethumb, or where the thumb seems to enter the hand, there is acondyloid synovial joint, which involves the articulation of theproximal phalanx on the first metacarpal....
it moves via your capillaries, which transport other nutrients aswell
the white blood cells could attack the red blood cells and ahorrible collision could occur
People vomit after exerting runs due to high intra-abdominalpressure.
A mass of clotted blood is called a hematoma.