272 Answered Questions for the topic physiology
Describe the structure and function of the blood brain barrier. Describe the process of CSF production.
Physiology Antero-inferior Myocardial Infarction
Antero-inferior Myocardial InfarctionA 52-year-old man presented with the chief complaints of fatigue and difficulty breathing. During the history the patient reported that he had suffered some... more
If someone has systemic hypertension, what happens to their cardiac output, end-diastolic volume (EDV), end-systolic volume (ESV)?
3. A 36 years old male was referred to physical therapy clinic because of weakness in his right deltoid muscle; history taking reveled that patient had road traffic accident 3 month ago. On... more
2. A 15 years old boy with weakness of lower limb comes to physiotherapy OPD for rehabilitation. Upon examination therapist finds that patient is able to perform his activities in grade 3.... more
Substitution of one amino acid for a different one in a given protein always significantly alters the confirmation of that protein
lub dub of the heart
When it comes to talking about the heart. I understand that lub means s1 and dub means s2. Next part systole is the cycle that includes s1 to s2 in that order. diastole is from s2 to s1 in that... more
Anatomy & Physiology (MRNA & DNA)
Which nitrogenous bases would be found on the MRNA transcribed from a DNA strand with the following nucleotide sequence: AAA/TTT/GGG/CCC and why?
Anatomy and Physiology (DNA)
One DNA strand of Chromosome #12 has the following nucleotide sequence: TAC/CGC/CCT/TGC/GTA/CTC/ACT.What nitrogenous bases would be found on "the other DNA strand lying along side of it and why?"
What refractive medium has the greatest ability to bend light?
What auditory ossicle is not attached to the auditory membrane ?
a) malleusb) incusc) stapesd) tympani
Physiology Homeostatic imbalance
Hello, I have an essay prompt that I'm having a difficult time with. I can't figure out which homeostatic imbalance needs these 3 organ systems to return to homeostasis and how these organ systems... more
Why does a healthy cardiovascular system help prevent neurological diseases and disorders?
because arteries provide the needed blood flow to the brain and neuronsbecause memory loss is prevented when the heart pumps efficientlybecause the heart and spinal cord are close together in the... more
do olfaction and gustation have the same central pathways
Physiology Accomodation Of The Eye
is it correct to say ,with uncorrected nearsightedness, the eyeball is too short and far objects cannot be focused on the retina
progression to actually causing an infection which of the following is NOT an major required step?
antibodies bind to antigens of possible pathogens
When antibodies bind to antigens of possible pathogens, which of the following could be a possible outcome?
Which of the following are correct?
Leptin is a hormone that causes the hypothalamus to produce appetite suppressants. A patient with leptin resistance would be expected to show which of the following symptoms? ● decreased... more
Physiology Human Physiology
What is the effect on the heart rate and contraction adding a warm water solution to the heart will have and the physiological reasoning behind it?
There are many factors to consider when thinking about the effects on the heart i.e. different cell types and different types of responses.
How can you determine the sequence of the new DNA strand being made during replication? Are the 2 strands of the original DNA molecule replicated in the same way, or different? Why?
I have a couple of questions about DNA replication and sequencing. I am a little confused so if you explain, that would be great! Thanks!
Question about Digestive System
Why is it theoretically impossible to drink a gallon of whole milk in 30 minutes and not vomit? Explain in physiological terms.
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Anterior relations of the sciatic nerve
Please I have been given a case study and there I am to find answers to some certain questions and one of this question is the anterior relations of the sciatic nerve in the Gluteal region or... more
When molecule A and molecule B are added to the cells, Inositol Triphosphate level decrease. What is molecule b?
context: when molecule A is added to the cells, increased levels of the 2nd messenger (inositol triphosphate (IP3) are detected. The receptor molecule A is binding to is Alpha 1 receptor and the... more