52 Answered Questions for the topic human anatomy


4. Explain the link between plantar fasciitis, achilles tendinopathies, and posterior chain tightness

Explain the link between plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathies, and posterior chain tightness.I know each of them, but I don't know what and how to write about their link.
Human Anatomy Science Human Physiology


Is sweat considered to be isotonic, hypertonic, or hypotonic?

Also, a patient lost 4000mL through sweat and drank 22500mL red bulls before going to work in the sun, and would his blood be considered isotonic,hypertonic,or hypotonic?


Is human sweat considered to be hypertonic, hypotonic, or isotonic? (remaining follow up questions and more info under)

Patient reports urinating only once in the past 6 hours. Urine produced was very dark colored. Patient is irritable and confused (unsure of date, time or his location). Pulse 100 Respirations:... more
Human Anatomy


The nose is - to the eye

Human Anatomy


The rotation of the forearm is completed by what actions?

what crosses the elbow joint?
Human Anatomy Human Biology Cello


How Down Syndrome can be detected?

How Down Syndrome can be detected?
Human Anatomy


Neurons, also Chemical Synapse

Neurons are electrically excitable cells that can fire action potentials. Describe how neurons establish ionic gradients across their plasma membrane, how the membrane becomes electrically... more
Human Anatomy Biology


What is a cough?

Human Anatomy


What is meiosis

Human Anatomy


A longer the loop of Henle allows more water to be reabsorbed.

Human Anatomy


The epidural space is filled with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).

The epidural space is filled with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
Human Anatomy


Both cerebrum and cerebellum have gray matter in their surface cortex and deeper nuclei, and white matter deep to the cortex.

Both cerebrum and cerebellum have gray matter in their surface cortex and deeper nuclei, and white matter deep to the cortex.
Human Anatomy


A burn where the dermis has been injured is a 3rd degree burn.

Human Anatomy Anatomy Physiology Zoology


health issue in pakistan

a lot of health issue in Pakistan silent killer called hypertension, rate of hypertension increase day by day which are the root of cardiovascular disease how we control hypertension?
Human Anatomy Anatomy


Stomach Blood suppy

Which artery supply the fundic part of the stomach?


Are centrioles really absent in human neurons?

A booklet (issued by my school) claims, Centrioles, formerly believed to be absent in neurons, have been described in neurons and may be associated with the production and maintenance of... more


Will humans and animals be harmed by frequencies outside their hearing range? ?

The human ear (for example) is sensitive to frequencies from 20Hz to 20kHz. Any sound beyond that limit would not be heard by us naturally. 1. Will it harm us (effect our ability to hear) when we... more
Human Anatomy Biochemistry Human Biology


Why does the ring finger not move independently?

Why is it that we need to move little finger in order to move ring finger with it? For example, put your palm on a table and fold your middle finger inside. You won't be able to move your ring... more


How did the cardiovascular system evolve?

How has evolution created our blood, lungs and the heart?We can't exist without blood, which transports the oxygen to all areas of our body. However, the blood needs a lung, which gives it the... more
Human Anatomy Biology Human Biology Nose


Why do I only breathe out of one nostril?

I was just sitting with my hand next to my nose and I realized that air was only coming out of the right nostril. Why is that? I would think I would use both, it seems much more efficient. Have I... more
Human Anatomy Anatomy Evolution Development


Symmetry of species?

I've got a silly question, sorry for that. I know, that we probably have no the right answer and the current answer could be "that's evolution, external conditions". I'd like to speculate, why most... more

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