low back pain

Low Back Pain (LBP) – Type, Causes, Diagnosis & Management by Dr. Rahul Garg

January 14, 2018

What is Pain? Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage or described in terms of such damage. International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) Because of the inherent subjective nature of pain, and the fact that the word “pain” itself connotes multiple meanings, the International Association […]

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The Body Cavities – Definition and Structure of body cavities

December 27, 2017

The Body Cavities The place to keep vital & other organ in the body and provide them with adequate space is called body cavity. Mainly it is divided into two parts. Dorsal body cavity And Ventral body cavity.In the body four major cavity and many other orbital cavity, nasal cavity, oral cavity. 1. Dorsal […]

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skeleton system

The Skeletal System Parts and Functions – Human Body Bone Names

December 14, 2017

THE SKELETAL SYSTEM The Skeletal System is the bony framework of the body. it forms cavities and fossa e that protect some structures, forms the joints and given attachment to muscles. The skeleton is described in two parts axial and appendicular. The appendicular skeleton attached to the axial Skeleton. skeletal system anatomy notes pdf. This is […]

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The Cell – Its Structure, Functions, Parts and Characteristics

November 17, 2017

What is the cell The Cell are the smallest functional unit of the body. A cell consist of a plasma membrane inside which are a number of organelles suspended in a watery fluid, called cytoplasm literally small organs have individual and highly specialized functions and are often enclosed in their own membrane within the cytoplasm. […]

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October 25, 2017

TISSUE Tissue is divided/Classify in four groups according its structure and function. The tissue is a cluster of cells, these cells are work similarly, and its nature and structure are same. The tissue is structure between cell and organ. All types of body tissue developed by three primary germ layers (Ectoderm, Mesoderm And Endoderm). 1. […]

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cardiovascular system

June 10, 2017

Cardio Vascular System   Anatomy and Physiology of Cardio Vascular System A. Heart and heart wall layers 1. The heart is located in the left side of mediastinum 2. The heart consists of three layers. Cardio Vascular System epicardium is the outermost layer of the heart. The myocardium  is there middle layer and is the actual contracting […]

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What should you eat in pregnancy ? Nutrition for pregnancy.

June 2, 2017

  What should you eat ?              A healthy diet is an important part. Eating healthily  during pregnancy will help you and your baby develop and grow and will help keep you fit and well. You don’t need to go o a special diet, but make sure that you eat a variety of different foods […]

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The Pregnancy Period || Third Trimester

May 5, 2017

3rd Trimester You’re almost there !! It must be hard to believe, but you are in your final trimester of pregnancy which means within a few months you will be holding your baby in your arms.   7th month : Your body : Your lungs are beginning to feel the pressure and you may feel […]

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The Pregnancy Period || Second Trimester

April 23, 2017

Second Trimester   4th month :   Change in your body :                                        nausea is now a thing of past. you will feel fit, energetic since your blood supply increase. you will find more noticeable changes in your body. your abdomen will expand as you gain weight and as the baby grows. Your baby : […]

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The Pregnancy Period and during Pregnancy changes in Mother & Baby Body Month wise

March 15, 2017

 Pregnancy Pregnancy lasts about 40 weeks, counting from the first day of your last normal mentural period. The weeks are divided into three parts / trimester (TREYE-mess-turs). Find out what’s happening with you and your baby in these three stages.     First trimester The first trimester is very crucial since many important changes take […]

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