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    Bones – a constantly changing structure

    Bones – a constantly changing structure Bones form the rigid and resistant part of the human skeleton. Some are linked together by ligaments and joint capsules that allow movement, others are linked by short fibers that are not very mobile, and others are welded together like the bones of the skull or the sacrum. The […] More

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    Spinal column

    The spine, or rachis, is a stack of articulated bones called vertebrae. It supports the back of vertebrates, especially mammals. The ribs are attached to the spine. It houses the spinal cord. In humans, it supports the head and transmits the body weight to the hip joints. It is composed of 24 vertebrae (or 33 […] More

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    Blood – a vital liquid

    Blood is a vital fluid that circulates continuously through the blood vessels and the heart. This fluid serves to distribute oxygen (O2) and nutrients needed for vital processes to all tissues of the body, and to transport waste products such as carbon dioxide (CO2) or nitrogenous waste products to disposal sites (kidneys, lungs, liver, intestines). […] More

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    all about the human brain

    Human brain the organ of the central nervous system The brain is the organ of our body responsible for the perception and interpretation of the outside world. It is composed of a myriad of nerve cells, called neurons, which form an extremely efficient network of connections. To give an order of magnitude, it is estimated […] More

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    All about Lungs

    The lungs The lungs are the organs contained in the abdomen that play a abecedarian part in breathing by allowing gas exchanges. The right and left lungs, of which only one is sufficient to insure an nearly normal life, force oxygen to the whole body and allow the elimination of carbon dioxide contained in the […] More

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    All about the stomach

    The digestive system breaks down food into the colorful nutrients that give energy for the body to serve. The digestive tract ( also called the gastrointestinal tract or GI tract) is the concave tube that food passes through when it’s swallowed and digested, and which expels the waste products of digestion as coprolite. The stomach […] More

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    All about The Spleen

    All about The Spleen The spleen, a soft, spongy organ about the size of a fist, is located in the upper left quadrant of the tummy, just below the caricature pen. It’s supplied by the splenic roadway, which brings blood from the heart. Blood leaves the spleen through the splenic tone, which joins a larger […] More

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    All about the heart

    The heart and blood vessels make up the cardiovascular (circulatory) system.. The heart pumps blood to the lungs to collect oxygen and then returns the oxygenated blood to the body. The blood that flows through this system brings oxygen and nutrients to the tissues of the body and removes waste products (such as carbon dioxide) […] More