. Where necessary, complete statements by inserting the missing words in the answer blanks.?
. Where necessary, complete statements by inserting the missing words in the answer blanks. 1. For this journey, you will be miniaturized and injected intothe external iliac artery and will be guided by a fluorescent 2. monitor into the bone marrow of the iliac bone. You willobserve and...
Asked by Gillian Chait 4 months ago.
. Where necessary, complete statements by inserting the missing words in the answer blanks. 1. For this journey, you will be miniaturized and injected into the external iliac artery and will be guided by a fluorescent 2. monitor into the bone marrow of the iliac bone. You will observe and report events of blood cell formation, also called 3.(1) . seen there, and then move out of the bone into the cir¬ culation to initiate and observe the process of blood clotting, 4. also called (2) . Once in the bone marrow, you watch as several large dark-nucleated stem cells, or (3) . begin to 5. divide and produce daughter cells. To your right, the daughter cells eventually formed have tiny cytoplasmic granules and 6. very peculiarly shaped nuclei that look like small masses of nuclear material connected by thin strands of nucleoplasm. 7.You have just witnessed the formation of a type of white blood cell called the (4) . You describe its appearance and 8.make a mental note to try to observe its activity later. Meanwhile you can tentatively report that this cell type func- 9.tions as a (5) to protect the body. At another site, daughter cells arising from the division of a stem cell are difficult to identify initially. As you continue to observe the cells, you see that they, in turn, divide. Eventually some of their daughter cells eject their nuclei and flatten out to assume a disk shape. You assume that the kidneys must have released (6) . because those cells are (7) That dark material filling their interior must be _ (8) . because those cells function to transport (9) in the blood. 10. Now you turn your attention to the daughter cells being formed by the division of another stem cell. They are small 11. round cells with relatively large round nuclei. In fact, their cytoplasm is very sparse. You record your observation of the 12. formation of _(10) . They do not remain in the marrow very long after formation, but seem to enter the circulation almost 13. as soon as they are produced. Some of those cells produce (11) or act in other ways in the immune response. At this 14. point, although you have yet to see the formation of (12) , (13) , (14) , or (15) , you decide to proceed into the cir- 15. culation to make the blood-clotting observations. 16. You maneuver yourself into a small venule to enter the gen-eral circulation. Once inside, you quickly make a slash in the 17. vessel lining, or (16) ; Almost immediately, what appear to be hundreds of jagged cell fragments swoop into the area and 18. plaster themselves over the freshly made incision. You record that (17) _ have just adhered to the damaged site. As you are 19. writing, your chemical monitor flashes the message, "vasocon¬strictor substance released." You record that (18) has been 20. released based on your observation that the vessel wall seems to be closing in. Peering out at the damaged site, you see that 21. long ropelike strands are being formed at a rapid rate and are clinging to the site. You report that the (19) mesh is 22. forming and is beginning to trap RBCs to form the basis of the (20) . Even though you do not have the equipment to 23. monitor the intermediate steps of this process, you know that the platelets must have also released (21) , which then con- 24. verted (22) to (23) . This second enzyme then joined the soluble (24) molecules together to form the network of 25. strands you can see. You carefully back away from the newly formed clot. You do not want to disturb the area because you realize that if the clot detaches, it might become a life-threatening (25) . Your mission here is completed, and vou return to the entrance site. Answered by Lonnie Beninato 4 months ago.
Renal artery in the kidney Answered by Patrice Borkowski 4 months ago.
I was needing some help with this. Can someone help me?
You work in the office of a cardiologist. He has asked you to develop a draft of an initial patient education brochure to help patients who have had a myocardial infarction. He has jotted some notes, handed them to you, and asked you to make them "patient friendly."InstructionRead the following...
Asked by Coreen Marino 4 months ago.
You work in the office of a cardiologist. He has asked you to develop a draft of an initial patient education brochure to help patients who have had a myocardial infarction. He has jotted some notes, handed them to you, and asked you to make them "patient friendly." Instruction Read the following information he has provided. Write a patient brochure using simple, easy to understand language. After Your Myocardial Infarction (briefly describe the anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system and how the heart functions) Your Myocardial infarction was caused by several factors including hypertension, atherosclerosis, and cigarette smoking. This pamphlet will help you understand how these factors can affect your heart and how to modify your lifestyle so you can decrease your risk of another myocardial infarction. Hypertension causes injury to the endothelium of your arteries and lipids and other substances accumulate in those injured areas. This contributes to thrombus formation, which occluded your artery causing a myocardial infarction. Hyperlipidemia is another contributing factor, as LDLs that are the "bad cholesterol" contribute to development of plaque buildup in the artery. Cigarette smoking causes increased heart rate, peripheral vasoconstriction, and hypertension increasing the amount of work the myocardium has to do. Cigarette smokers also inhale carbon monoxide, which decreases oxygenation of hemoglobin. These factors cause the myocardium to work harder while hypoxic. Because you had an angioplasty and atherectomy, your affected artery has been opened to allow improved perfusion. During your next appointment, please schedule extra time to talk with the nurse about how you can modify your lifestyle to decrease you risk of having another myocardial infarction. Answered by Lauretta Apodaca 4 months ago.
call hypertention high blood pressure, artherosclerosis=colesterol buildup,endothelium=lining, lipids=fats,thrombus formation=clots, Myocardial infarction= heart attack, hyperlipid.= excess fatty buildup, periph. vasocon.= arteries become smaller, myocardium= heart, the decrease oxygen part say low amt of oxygen in blood, hypoxic= low = same thing, perfusion= circulation. I hope this is what you were looking for. Answered by Ebonie Sydnor 4 months ago.
lets see basically cigarette smoke is bad for u and it can affect others as well as your self,carbon monoxide can kill u. and all the following things happen Answered by Shanita Kissinger 4 months ago.
hmmm wats ur style Answered by Delicia Dejardin 4 months ago.
How do you get rid of yellow eyes?
p.s mi mom had a joundice and her eyes are yellow and she had them all her life but mines is different HELP!!!!!!!!
Asked by Laurie Solie 4 months ago.
im born in America but mi parents are born in India i have a huge problem with my eye it always get gunky and yellow im sick and tired about people saying "whats up with your eye" or "why is it yellow?" is there any medicine that can get rid of this i don't have any joundice problem or a liver problem my eyes always gets itchy ive seen the doc but they gave me benedryl it works but it wont help the yellow its all over the white part please help me im only 13 Answered by Gerda Lucht 4 months ago.
Benadryl is for allergies and it may work if it's allergies that you have. There are antihistamine eye drops that are probably better if you have eye allergies (like Naphcon-A or Vasocon-A) However, the "gunkiness" is usually a sign of an infection. You would need antibiotics to clear that up. I would try a different doctor to get a 2nd opinion. I would try an ophthamologist who specializes in the eye. Answered by Jordon Sleighter 4 months ago.
the only reason for the eye "whites" to be yellow is disease!!! go talk to the doc again some more and tell him/her that you are concerned about this. Ask WHY!!! and get an answer from them. Answered by Arthur Gapp 4 months ago.
are you taking any prescrition medicines ??? i have a pill that i take and one of the many side effects it has is turning the whites of your eyes yellow [ and i'm suffering from that right now ]. Answered by Birdie Stay 4 months ago.
Help, this is driving me CRAZY!!?
The muscle around my left eyebrow has been twitching constantly since this morning. Is there any way to make it stop?
Asked by Lyndon Bostock 4 months ago.
To determine what are the causes of eye twitch it is important to see what eye twitch really means. Left eye twitch or right eye twitch represent involuntary contractions of eye muscles (twitch). The dictionary definition of twitch is "a sudden involuntary or spasmodic muscular movement". This spontaneous twitching occurs also in other muscles of the body. The twitch results from a spasm in the muscle (left eye twitch or right eye twitch is the result of an eyelid muscle spasm) and many people may get this symptom periodically for a short period of time. This means that occasionally an eyelid may twitch at random (the eye muscle twitch or spasm) and this involuntary eye muscle twitching usually lasts less than a minute. Left eye twitch or right eye twitch almost always occur in the muscles of the eyelid. Mild eye muscle twitching is a common phenomenon. Although these involuntary contractions of muscles are annoying, they are almost always temporary and completely harmless. Minor eyelid twitches require no treatment as they usually resolve spontaneously. So if sometimes your left eye twitches or your right eye twitches you shouldn't worry. But if you're still wondering "why does my eye twitch" here are the causes of eye twitch: chronic irritation of the eye or impaired focusing can cause muscle spasms. The term for muscle spasms in the eyelid (eye muscle twitch) is blepharospasm (a condition that most people think of as an eyelid twitch or tic). This is a common condition and usually is not reflective of any serious underlying problem. Other possible causes of eye twitch (left or right) are stress and fatigue. If the eye is healthy this are the more likely causes of the eye muscle twitch. In many cases the cause of eye twitch is a simple muscle spasm, which happens spontaneously without any known cause. Also, there are other factors, unrelated to the eye that can bring on these muscle spasms. If muscle eye twitches don't disappear spontaneously, simple measures like cold compresses or lubricating eyedrops can help. Or you may be able to relieve the twitching by gently massaging the affected eyelid. Rarely, a twitching eyelid can be a symptom of a muscle or nerve disease, but in this cases it's usually accompanied by other symptoms. A cause of involuntary eye muscle twitching is the dysfunction of the seventh cranial nerve. It affects approximately 25,000 people in the US, usually between 50-60 years, mostly women. This dysfunction may be caused by stressful situations, bright lights and fatigue, so this are other causes of eye twitch. The dysfunction of the nerve also manifestates through excessive blinking and light sensitivity. It is recommended to stop caffeine intake, specifically coffee, tea, chocolate or any soft drinks with caffeine, stop smoking, because caffeine and smoking may also be the cause of eye twitching. Treatment for this condition includes magnesium, sunglasses, herbs, homeopathic remedies, acupuncture and other alternative treatments. So, the root cause of eye twitch seems to be lack of sleep, too much caffeine or increased stress. Finally, there is a benign condition, often familial, characterized by irregular twitching of groups of muscle fibers giving a rippling appearance to the overlying skin, called myokymia or kymatism. The eyelids are very loose and sensitive making eyelid myokymia more easily felt than myokymia in other muscles. Myokymia, cause of eye twitch, has been blamed on caffeine, fatigue, stress, and electrolyte imbalance but it happens without them, as well. The cause of myokymia is not yet known. Doctors suggest avoiding caffeine and stimulants, taking calcium, drinking tonic water and eating bananas (high in potassium). It seems that eyedrops containing an antihistamine, such as Vasocon A or Naphcon A, can stop eye twitching. Answered by Danelle Ochwat 4 months ago.
while my peers stored bugging me to spend time with them alternatively of staying dwelling by myself. i am through nature a loner. it drives me nuts considering that i fairly select to be alone now and then, however them bugging me suggests that they care approximately me. and i would not difference that for the sector. Answered by Halley Chastine 4 months ago.
thats happened to me several times before, all I did was wait it out and it went away after a few hours Answered by Augusta Rusinski 4 months ago.