What Are Different Types of Muscles In Human Body
Anatomy

What Are Different Types of Muscles In Human Body

The human muscular system includes three different types of muscles: cardiac muscle (myocardium), smooth muscle and skeletal muscle (or striatum).Our body is made up of about 640 muscles. Without them we can not live. They keep the skeleton balance and make it move. They have a important role in renewing energy, and producing heat in human body. Skeletal Muscle Such muscles are called, collectively…

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3 Common Types of Anxiety;You Must Know
Anatomy, Psychology Notes

3 Common Types of Anxiety;You Must Know

Types of Anxiety are being discussed in this article.Anxiety is one of the great ills of our time. There are so many different types and there  are still more and more extensive classifications. It is not so strange if we take into account that the times we live are often too demanding and the balance between ourselves and others is dynamic.…

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What is the Composition of Bone;What Is Bone Composition percentages?
Anatomy

What is the Composition of Bone;What Is Bone Composition percentages?

Composition of bones has been made with  collagen and other molecules. Organic or animal matter, about i/3,consisting of gelatin, vessels and fat. Inorganic, or mineral, about  consisting of phosphate and carbonate of calcium (621^ per cent.), with fluoride of calcium, phosphates of magnesium, sodium, and chloride of sodium (4/1 percent.). Heat will remove the organic matter and leave the inorganic;dilute…

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What Are The Cavities of Bones With Names?
Anatomy

What Are The Cavities of Bones With Names?

Cavities of Bones are bing discussed.Articular cavities are called Cotyloid, cup-like ; Glenoid, shallow ; Trochlear, pulley-like ; Facet, if smooth ; Alveolar, orAlveoli, when socket-like. Non-articular cavities are named fossae, sinuses,aqueducts, foramina, canals, fissures, notches, cells, grooves, depressions, etc. Last Updated On:Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Anatomy

What other names are given to Bony Prominences ?

Bony Prominences has several adjectives applied to them from their fancied resemblances, such as Azygos, without a fellow ; Clinoid, like a bed ; Coracoid, like a crow’s beak Coronoid, like a crown ; Hamular, hook-like; Malleolar, like a mallet; Mas-toid, like a nipple; Odontoid, tooth-like; Pterygoid, wing-like; Rostrum, a beak ; Spinous, thorn-like ; Styloid, pen-like ; Squamous, scaly…

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