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What Is Extracellular Fluid;What Does It Do In Human Body?

What Is Extracellular Fluid;What Does It Do In Human Body?

Extracellular fluid is transported to all parts of the body in two different stages. The First stage entails movement of blood around and around the circulatory system. And the second movement Of fluid between the blood capillaries and the cells. All the blood in the circulation traverses the entire circuit of …

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What Is Concussion;What Does It Do In Brain?

What Is Concussion;What Does It Do In Brain?

Concussion is a clinical term that may be defined as loss of consciousness after an injury to the head without macroscopic damage to nervous tissue. Recovery is usually prompt after less severe injuries, but long periods of unconsciousness or death may occur, and amnesia for events before and after the …

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What Is Hereditary Spastic Ataxia;What Does It Do?

What Is Hereditary Spastic Ataxia;What Does It Do?

Hereditary spastic ataxia,is a usually heredofamilial disease.It is characterized pathologically by atrophy of the cerebellum, cell loss in the dentate and olivary nuclei. Clinical Features of Hereditary Spastic Ataxia This is an uncommon form of spino cerebellar degeneration. It is usually hereditary with several clinical and pathologic variants.Clinically and pathologically, these …

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What Is Tuberous Sclerosis;Pathology,Prognosis And Treatment

What Is Tuberous Sclerosis;Pathology,Prognosis And Treatment

Tuberous sclerosis is a congenital disease characterized by the presence of congenital tumors and malformations of the brain, skin, and viscera, and clinically by epilepsy and mental retardation. Etiology of Tuberous Sclerosis The disease is both sporadic and heredofamilial and is probably inherited through a single dominant trait. Tuberous Sclerosis Pathology. …

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What Is Spondylosis;Parthenogenesis,Prognosis and Treatment.

What Is Spondylosis;Parthenogenesis,Prognosis and Treatment.

Spondylosis refers to degenerative changes in the spine which may be neurologically asymptomatic or may cause symptoms by compression of nerve roots or spinal cord. Spondylotic changes consist of inter-vertebral disk, osteophyte formation, and thickening of spinal ligaments. These changes most frequently involve the cervical or lumbar spine and are …

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