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What is the SKIN

SKIN Skin is the largest sensory organ in our body. It is described as: There are 3 layers of skin: Epidermis– a thin, cellular membrane layer. Corium or Dermis– dense, fibrous, connective tissue proper. Subcutaneous tissue– thick, fat-connecting tissue.   EPIDERMIS The epidermis is the outermost, total cellular layer of …

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What is Vertebral Column and Structure of Vertebra

Vertebrae Structure

VERTEBRAL COLUMN The vertebral column consists of 26 bone segments called vertebrae that are arranged in five divisions from the base of the skull to the tail bone. The first seven bones of the vertebral column from the neck bone are the cervical (C1-C7) vertebrae. These vertebrae do not articulate …

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UPPER RESPIRATORY DISORDERS Croup: Acute respiratory syndrome in children and infants, characterized by obstruction of the larynx and by barking cough. Diptheria: Acute infection of the throat and upper respiratory tract caused by the bacteria Cornyebacterium. Epistaxis: A condition when bleeding occurs through nose. Pertussis: Bacterial infection of the pharynx, …

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What is Central Nervous System

Human Nervous System

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM Human central nervous system consists of 2 parts: BRAIN The brain is the primary center for regulating and co-coordinating body activities. The largest part of the brain is the cerebrum. The cerebral hemispheres are the paired halves of the cerebrum. Each hemisphere is divided into four major …

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