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Blood (anatomy)

BLOOD ANATOMY Blood is categorized as connective tissue. It is in fact highly specialized and is created by formed elements. These formed elements include erythrocytes, leukocytes, and platelets which are also known as thrombocytes. These elements are carried in the plasma, the liquid form of blood. These elements are responsible for more...

Blood Supply to the Brain (anatomy)

BLOOD SUPPLY TO THE BRAIN ANATOMY Arterial blood supplies the brain with the necessary blood flow via four vessels. Near the pituitary gland, these four vessels converge to create one unified vessel. This can be located in the inferior surface of the brain. These four vessels are each one set of more...

Brachial nerve plexus (anatomy)

BRACHIAL NERVE PLEXUS ANATOMY The brachial nerve plexus is created by the anterior rami of the cervical nerve #5 through the thoracic nerve # 1. Additional contributions of various fibers are give out by Cervical 4 and thoracic 2. The brachial plexus can be located just off of the final four more...

Cervical nerve plexus (anatomy)

CERVICAL NERVE PLEXUS ANATOMY Deep in the side of the neck, just even with the initial 4 cervical vertebrate, there lies the cervical plexus. The anterior rami of the initial 4 cervical nerves designate the nerve fibers which create this particular plexus. The cervical plexus creates numerous branches and then innervate more...

Dual innervation (anatomy)

DUAL INNERVATION ANATOMY A variety of organs throughout the human body are designed with both sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation. The result of this dual innervation process is likely to result in either cohesive unification, an incohesive antagonistic response, or an unilateral cooperative response. ANTAGONISTIC EFFECTS The most glaringly obvious antagonistic response to more...