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ANATOMY

Anatomy is a science which is directly associated with biology and medicine that studies about identification and description about human body. Extracting from the basics, Anatomy comes up from the Greek words “ana” means “up” and “tome” means “cutting” which explains that back in the time, cutting up or dissection of a body was needed to study about it. But now that we have advanced imaging technology, it is much easier to study about a human body in a much precise manner with no dissection or cutting needed.

Here with Earth’s Lab, you’ll have a wide range of detailed and accurate information about the anatomical structures, even the minute ones existing in a human body. With our closely prepared interactive human body interface and detailed research on every topic, we have tried to make your learning experience better and you will be updated with latest studies carried out all over the world to keep you a level up always.

August 17

Norma Lateralis

Bones     1. Frontal; 2. parietal; 3. occipital; 4. temporal;1. Frontal; 2. parietal; 3. occipital; 4. temporal; 5. sphenoid; 6. zygomatic; 7. mandible; 8. maxilla; 9. nasal Features 1. The temporal lines have been studied in the norma verticalis. […]

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August 17

Norma Frontalis

The norma frontalis is roughly oval in outline, being wider above than below.The norma frontalis is roughly oval in outline, being wider above than below.   Bones 1. The frontal bone forms the forehead. Its upper part is smooth and […]

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August 17

Norma occipitalis

Norma occipitalis is convex upwards and on each side, and is flattened below.   Bones Seen 1. Posterior parts of the parietal bones, above. 2. Upper part of the squamous part of the occipital bone below. 3. Mastoid part of […]

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August 17

Norma Verticalis

Shape When viewed from above the skull is usually oval in shape. It is wider posteriorly than anteriorly. The shape may be more nearly circular. Bones Seen in Norma Verticalis Upper part of the frontal bone anteriorly. Uppermost part of […]

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July 24

Prevertebral (Anterior Vertebral) Muscles

They are located in front of the cervical part of the vertebral column. All of them are supplied by ventral rami of cervical nerves and covered by prevertebral fascia. The posterior boundary of the retropharyngeal space is created by them. […]

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July 24

Pharyngotympanic Tube

(SYN. EUSTACHIAN TUBE/AUDITORY TUBE). It attaches the nasopharynx together with the tympanic cavity and is a mucous-lined osseocartilaginous station. On each side of the tympanic membrane for its appropriate shaking, it keeps the equilibrium of air pressure. From its tympanic […]

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July 24

Deep Fascia of Thigh or Fascia Lata

The Fascia Lata is a tough fibrous sheath that envelops the whole of the thigh like a sleeve. Superiorly, it is attached to the boundary line between the lower limb and the pelvis. Anteriorly, it is attached to the inguinal […]

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July 24

Mandibular Nerve

Among the 3 sections of the trigeminal nerve the mandibular nerve is the largest one. Being composed of both sensory and motor fibres, it’s a mixed nerve. It supplies all the structures originated from this arch because it is a […]

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July 24

Nose

The nose is the uppermost part of the respiratory tract and includes the peripheral organ of smell. The Greek for nose is rhinos. So the study of the nose and its diseases is called rhinology. It is composed of the […]

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July 24

Paravertebral (Lateral Vertebral) Muscles

From transverse processes of cervical vertebrae to the upper 2 ribs, the paravertebral muscles stretch out. They can, therefore, either bend the cervical part of the vertebral column laterally or elevate these ribs. These muscles create a thick mass behind […]

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HEALTH AND MEDICINE

Health and medicine over the past few years have been defined in different manners and formats by different professionals but the most ideal and easy to adapt definition is “health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and does not consist only of the absence of disease or infirmity” by World Health Organization (WHO) and this definition is globally accepted by many.

Earth’s Lab here tries to provide it’s readers a quality content in the field of medicines and health. Professionals here keep working on covering aspects like Diseases, it’s causes, symptoms and remedies that are easy to understand and apply it in day to day life without any professional supervision. We focus on latest databases related to health and medicine industry to keep you updated with the latest researches and remedies that are introduced daily to keep you accurately informed.

July 24

HIV Disease And Aids – Causes, Symptoms, Measures, Treatment , Myths

Refers To Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, A Disorder That’s Due To The Individual Immunodeficiency Virus (HTV). HIV is a persistent viral infection that, left untreated, effects in reduced resistance to other diseases and cancers (especially Kaposi’s sarcoma), which may lead […]

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July 24

Breast Cancer – Risk, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

The most often diagnosed malignant tumor found among girls and the second leading cause of death from cancer among women in America and Canada. (Contrary to popular belief, it’s lung cancer that’s the leading source of cancer death among women […]

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July 24

Coronary Artery Heart Disease (CHD) – Risk, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

In coronary artery disease, the coronary arteries (which supply blood to the heart muscle) have become so furred up with fatty material that the blood supply to the heart muscle is compromised, leading to heart damage. Disorders of the heart, […]

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July 24

Alcoholism in Old Age

An addiction to alcohol, including both physical and emotional elements. Elderly individuals who drink to excess may have been drinking for years, or they may begin drinking late in life because of MELANCHOLY, BEREAVEMENT, PAIN and forlornness, or for other […]

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July 24

Calcium Deficiency During Old Age

Too low amounts of calcium in the blood, also called hypocalcemia. Elderly people may be at risk for a calcium deficiency due to drugs they take, together with some disorders for which they may be at risk, like kidney disease, […]

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July 24

CPR Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, an approach to reviving a man whose breathing has ceased. CPR is a lifesaving treatment. Respiration may have quit due to blocked air passages, a jolt, high temperature, or various other reasons. CPR training can be found through […]

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July 24

Alzheimer’s Disease in Old Age

Additionally called “senile dementia of the Alzheimer’s kind” or SDAT. Alzheimer’s disease is the most frequently occurring type of DEMENTIA. Dementia is a broad term that refers to a brain dysfunction that directly impacts the reason and that’s substantially more […]

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July 24

Cancer – Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment and Survival Rates

A malignant overgrowth of cells that can result in death if untreated. Based on the American cancer society, about 1.3 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed in the United States in 2001, and about 553,400 people died of some […]

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July 24

Cremation

Disposal of human remains by burning them at incredibly high temperatures in a particular furnace. Cremated human remains weigh from 3 to 9 pounds and are composed mostly of bone fragments. They may be put in a particular um or […]

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July 24

Assisted-Living Facility (ALF)

An organization that provides home and some degree of attention to elderly and handicapped people. It doesn’t supply the considerably higher-proficient amount of medical care that’s located in a nursing home or a rehabilitation center. If such attention is desired, […]

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PHYSIOLOGY

Physiology is the study of life questioning about the internal workings of organs and how they interact with the world around them. Being a branch of biology, it is related to the function of organs and organ systems and how they work within the body to respond to challenges. From genetics to psychology, physiology has something to say about every aspect of life.

With Earth’s lab, you will unlock different levels of organisation of organs present in an organism like the digestive system and the respiratory system. Our user-friendly interface will make it easier for you to explore the different organs and their mechanisms. Our researched study for the smallest of the organs will inch you ahead of the rest in terms of the informative data about the organs, their working and their application.

July 24

Muscular Disorders

Cramps involve involuntary, painful tetany. The precise cause is unknown, but a cramp seems to result from chemical changes in the muscle, such as ionic imbalances or ATP deficiencies. Sometimes a severe blow to a muscle can produce a cramp. […]

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July 24

Facial Bones – What Bones Form The Face?

The paired bones of the face are the maxillae, palatine bones, zygomatic bones, lacrimal bones, nasal bones, and inferior nasal conchae. The single bones are the vomer and mandible. The maxillae (mak-sil’-e) form the upper jaw. Each maxilla is formed […]

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July 24

Neurological Disorders Affecting Muscles

Botulism poisoning is caused by a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. The toxin prevents release of ACh from the terminal boutons of somatic motor axons. Without prompt treatment with an antitoxin, death may result from paralysis of breathing […]

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July 24

Vertebral Column – Superior Articular Processes, Inferior Articular Processes and Articular Facet

The vertebral column (spine or backbone) extends from the skull to the pelvis and forms a somewhat flexible but sturdy longitudinal support for the trunk. It is formed of 24 slightly movable vertebrae, the sacrum, and the coccyx. The vertebrae […]

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July 24

Divisions of The Nervous System

Although the nervous system functions as a coordinated whole, it is divided into anatomical and functional divisions as an aid in understanding this complex organ system. Anatomical Divisions The nervous system has two major anatomical divisions. The central nervous system […]

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July 24

Epidermis And Accessory Structure Formed By The Epidermis And Their Functions

The epidermis is a keratinized stratified squamous epithelium. An epithelium is avascular, meaning it lacks blood vessels. Since the epidermis is prone to injury, the lack of blood vessels prevents unnecessary found only in areas subjected to high levels of […]

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July 24

Pelvic Girdle – Coxal Bones

The pelvic (pel’-vik) girdle consists of two coxal (kok’sal) bones, or hip bones, that support the attachment of the lower limbs. The coxal bones articulate with the sacrum posteriorly and with each other anteriorly to form an almost rigid, bony […]

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July 24

Nervous Tissue

The nervous system consists of organs composed primarily of nervous tissue supported and protected by connective tissues. There are two types of cells that compose nervous tissue: neurons and neuroglia. Neurons Neurons, or nerve cells, are the structural and functional […]

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July 24

Cells And Layers of The Epidermis

The epidermis is composed of five types of cells Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that divide and give rise to the keratinocytes described next. They are found only in the deepest layer of the epidermis, called the stratum basale. Keratinocytes […]

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July 24

Articulations – Immovable, Slightly Movable, or Freely Movable Joints

The junction between two bones or between a bone and a tooth forms an articulation, or joint. Joints allow varying degrees of movement and are categorised as immovable, slightly movable, or freely movable. Immovable Joints Bones forming an immovable joint, […]

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