Lymphatic System: Structure, Function, and Lymphedema: Lymphatic vessels start off as open-ended capillaries that feed into larger and larger, Read More >>>>>

Lymphatic vessels start off as open-ended capillaries that feed into, Read More >>>>> 

Basic Functional Organization of the Immune System: The immune system is made up of a complicated network of barriers, cells, and, Read More >>>>>

Skin and mucous membranes are examples of barrier, Read More >>>>>

Primary and Secondary lymphoid organs: Structure and Functions: The bone marrow, spleen, and the thymus gland are the principal lymphoid, Read More >>>>>

The bone marrow eventually takes over most hematopoietic, Read More >>>>>

Physical Barriers: Skin, Saliva, GI Tract, and  Respiratory System: The Physical barriers (skin, Saliva, etc.,) prevent pathogens from entering the body, Read More >>>>>

Sweat and other skin secretions can also reduce pH, contain, Read More >>>>>

Hormones: Definition, Types, Function, and Examples: Hormones are the crucially important regulators of the many important processes, Read More >>>>>

On the basis of their chemical structure, human hormones can be, Read More >>>>>

Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands: Structure, Synthesis, Function: The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped structure that sits slightly below the larynx, Read More >>>>>

Hormones are created in the colloid when atoms of the mineral, Read More >>>>>

Pancreas and Insulin: Structure, Function, Applications: The pancreas is a long, slender organ that is mostly positioned posterior to the, Read More >>>>>

The alpha cell, which accounts for around 20% of each islet, Read More >>>>>

Organs with Secondary Endocrine Hormone Functions: Each of these glands produces a hormone or a mixture of hormones with specific effects, Read More >>>>>

Surprisingly, several organs that aren’t usually thought of, Read More >>>>>

Bone: Definition, Structure, Classification or Types, Function:  The Bone, also known as osseous tissue, is a hard, thick connective tissue that makes up the, Read More >>>>>

The diaphysis and epiphysis are the two portions of a long bone, Read More >>>>>

Male and Female Reproductive System explained with Diagram: Sexual reproduction is a mode of reproduction that all humans go, Read More >>>>>

Males and females have different reproductive systems in, Read More >>>>>

The Menstrual cycle: Definition, Phases, disorders, and hygiene: The menstrual or ovarian cycle occurs approximately once in every 28/29 days during, Read More >>>>>

Cyclic menstruation is an normal indicator of normal reproductive, Read More >>>>>

Internal and External Anatomy of Kidneys Explained With Diagram: The kidneys lie on either side of the spine in the retroperitoneal space, Read More >>>>>

The left kidney is located at about the T12 to L3 vertebrae, Read More >>>>>

Size, Form, and Location of the Heart: There is no single better word to describe the function of the heart other than “pump,” since its pumps, Read More >>>>>

Within the mediastinum, the heart is separated from the, Read More >>>>>

Route of Blood Flow through Lungs and Heart: The heart is a complicated organ that supplies blood to the body through four chambers, four. Read More >>>>>

The cardiovascular system’s primary function is to consume, Read More >>>>>

Female Breasts: Situation, Shape, Size, Gross Structure: The mammary glands are modified sweat glands present in both sexes. It is rudimentary, Read More >>>>>

Shape Each breast is a hemispherical swelling and has a tail, Read More >>>>>

Functions and Physiologic Characteristics of Skeletal Muscle Tissue: Term muscle tissue refers to all the contractile tissues of the body: skeletal, Read More >>>>>

The muscular system, however, refers to the skeletal muscle system. Read More >>>>>

Larynx structure and function respiratory system: The larynx, commonly called the voice box, is located in the anterior throat and extends from, Read More >>>>>

The larynx consists of nine cartilage structures: three singles, Read More >>>>>

Anatomy of Oral cavity: Tongue, teeth, Palate and Tonsils Salivary Glands: The oral cavity, or mouth, is the first part of the digestive tract, Read More >>>>>

The lips are muscular structures, formed mostly by the orbicularis, Read More >>>>>

Spinal cord: Anatomy and Function, Knee-Jerk Reflex and Withdrawal Reflex: The spinal cord extends from the foramen magnum at the base, Read More >>>>>

The inferior end of the spinal cord and the spinal nerves exiting, Read More >>>>>

Muscular System: Classifications, Muscles of the Body: Each muscle is made of many long, cylindrical fibres arranged in parallel arrays. These, Read More >>>>>

Muscle fibres contract (shorten) in response to stimulation, Read More >>>>>