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Here with Earth’s Lab, you’ll have a wide range of detailed and accurate information about the anatomical structures, even the minute ones existing in a human body. With our closely prepared interactive human body interface and detailed research on every topic, we have tried to make your learning experience better and you will be updated with latest studies carried out all over the world to keep you a level up always.
Laryngopharynx It is located behind the larynx and goes from the upper border of the epiglottis to the lower border of cricoid cartilage anteriorly and lower border of C6 vertebra posteriorly. The laryngopharynx is located behind the laryngeal inlet and […]Read Post
The muscles of mastication are concerned with movements of mandible in the temporomandibular joints during mastication They’re splitted into 2 groups: Main muscles: Temporalis. Masseter. Lateral pterygoid. Medial pterygoid. Accessory muscles: Digastric. Buccinator. Mylohyoid. Geniohyoid. Primary Muscles of Mastication The […]Read Post
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Endometriosis is an extremely common illness, defined as the existence of cells from the lining of the uterus at other sites in the pelvis. The main route of spread for these “seedlings” is via the fallopian tubes. Deposits find their […]Read Post
Refers To Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, A Disorder That’s Due To The Individual Immunodeficiency Virus (HTV). HIV is a persistent viral infection that, left untreated, effects in reduced resistance to other diseases and cancers (especially Kaposi’s sarcoma), which may lead […]Read Post
Disorders of the heart itself or of the blood vessels of the heart, including coronary heart disease, hypertension, and stroke. An estimated 61.8 Americans have one or more types of cardiovascular disease. An estimated 24.8 million of this amount are […]Read Post
An addiction to alcohol, including both physical and emotional elements. Elderly individuals who drink to excess may have been drinking for years, or they may begin drinking late in life because of MELANCHOLY, BEREAVEMENT, PAIN and forlornness, or for other […]Read Post
Refers to fats (lipoproteins) that circulate in the bloodstream, including low-density lipoproteins (LDL) and high-density lipoproteins (HDL). LDL is considered a “bad” type of cholesterol, while HDL is a “great” one. The reason behind this is that LDL clogs the […]Read Post
Additionally called “senile dementia of the Alzheimer’s kind” or SDAT. Alzheimer’s disease is the most frequently occurring type of DEMENTIA. Dementia is a broad term that refers to a brain dysfunction that directly impacts the reason and that’s substantially more […]Read Post
Refers to sicknesses that are common and that aren’t usually curable, although they’re normally treatable with drugs and additionally with lifestyle changes, like exercise and weight reduction. Most individuals older than age 65 have one or more chronic diseases. Instances […]Read Post
An organization that provides home and some degree of attention to elderly and handicapped people. It doesn’t supply the considerably higher-proficient amount of medical care that’s located in a nursing home or a rehabilitation center. If such attention is desired, […]Read Post
A serious and incurable (although treatable) lung disorder that causes a severe obstruction of someone’s air flow and additionally is the cause of death for many elderly individuals in America and other nations. The disorder occurs as an effect of […]Read Post
With Earth’s lab, you will unlock different levels of organisation of organs present in an organism like the digestive system and the respiratory system. Our user-friendly interface will make it easier for you to explore the different organs and their mechanisms. Our researched study for the smallest of the organs will inch you ahead of the rest in terms of the informative data about the organs, their working and their application.
The paired bones of the face are the maxillae, palatine bones, zygomatic bones, lacrimal bones, nasal bones, and inferior nasal conchae. The single bones are the vomer and mandible. The maxillae (mak-sil’-e) form the upper jaw. Each maxilla is formed […]Read Post
The vertebral column (spine or backbone) extends from the skull to the pelvis and forms a somewhat flexible but sturdy longitudinal support for the trunk. It is formed of 24 slightly movable vertebrae, the sacrum, and the coccyx. The vertebrae […]Read Post
The cerebrum is the largest portion of the brain. It performs the higher brain functions involved with sensations, voluntary actions, reasoning, planning, and problem solving. Structure The cerebrum consists of the left and right cerebral hemispheres, which are joined by […]Read Post
The junction between two bones or between a bone and a tooth forms an articulation, or joint. Joints allow varying degrees of movement and are categorised as immovable, slightly movable, or freely movable. Immovable Joints Bones forming an immovable joint, […]Read Post
The brainstem is the stalklike portion of the brain that joins higher brain centers to the spinal cord. It contains several nuclei that are surrounded by white matter. Ascending (sensory) and descending (motor) axons between higher brain centers and the […]Read Post
Common disorders of the skeletal system may be categorised as disorders of bones or disorders of joints. Orthopaedics (or-tho-pe-diks) is the branch of medicine that specialises in treating diseases and abnormalities of the skeletal system. Disorders of Bones Fractures […]Read Post
The spinal cord is continuous with the brain. It descends from the medulla oblongata through the foramen magnum into the vertebral canal and extends to the second lumbar vertebra. Beyond this point, only the roots of the inferior spinal nerves […]Read Post