The breast is a changed sweat organ. It structures a paramount adornment organ of the female conceptive framework, and gives nourishment to the infant as milk. Circumstance: The breast lies in the shallow belt of the pectoral area. It is separated into four quadrants, i.e. upper average, upper parallel, lower average and lower sidelong.
The lower abdominal area tends to be resistant to diet and exercises. In fact, pregnancy and cesarean births may also disfigure the effect on the lower abdominal area which cannot be corrected even with strenuous exercises. So liposuction can help to get rid of the fat cells. Liposuction in flanks- Liposuction can be greatly helpful in improving the appearance of the flanks and reduce the number of fatty bulges in the abdominal area. The procedure is usually performed under local anesthetic so that the patient does not experience aim during the procedure but can also resume normal activities immediately after undergoing the
Characteristics of endochondral ossification include, the presence of a hyaline cartilage model of the bone and the presence of cartilage, along with the bone during the ossification process. Endochondral ossification occurs in the fetus, when the skeleton starts to
Thickened Endometrium The endometrium is the inner lining of the uterus. Its thickness varies with a woman’s age, reproductive stage and specific point of her menstrual cycle. A thickened endometrium may or may not be a normal finding, depending on various factors of a woman’s menstrual stage. To evaluate endometrial thickening, ultrasound or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be used. Part 1: Normal Endometrial Thickness in Menstrual Cycle The endometrium normally changes in thickness and appearance throughout your menstrual cycle.
Folliculitis decalvans or tufted folliculitis usually affects scalp. Several hairs arise from the same hair follicle. Scarring and permanent hair loss may follow. 8. Oil folliculitis is inflammation of hair follicles due to exposure to various oils and typically occurs on forearms or thighs.
The prostate gland is walnut-shaped and located below the bladder, in front of the rectum. It surrounds the urethra. The prostate is very important for reproduction. The most important function of the prostate is production of the semen (alkaline fluid, pH 6) that nourishes and transports sperm. That fluid contains enzymes, which are used to dilute the sperm and help to reach the egg during intercourse.
These factors help in creating natural defense against urinary and vaginal infections. When your Estrogen level decrease, your natural defense will be lowered leading to less elastic, thinner, fragile lining of vagina thus leading to infection of the urinary tract. The level of Estrogen in your body can fall due to a number of reasons. These reasons include: breastfeeding, surgical removal of ovaries, immune disorders, smoking of cigarette, cancer therapy and
Pelvic organ prolapse is a common female disorder in which the pelvic organs slip downward from their original position in the abdomen and push onto the walls of the vagina. Pelvic organ prolapse is more ordinarily found in women with multiple vaginal deliveries, prolonged or traumatic deliveries, or in postmenopausal women. Risk factors include advancing age, parity, and obesity (Machin & Mukhopadhyay, 2011). The most commonly reported symptoms are a feeling of fullness or pressure in the lower abdomen that descends into the vagina, as well as pain, urinary incontinence, and sexual discomfort (UT Southwestern Medical Center, 2016). The pressure from the organs shifting downwards can cause a change in the normal urinary pattern, leading to urinary incontinence and
Moreover, the thymus plays an essential role in the lymphatic system and endocrine system. Before birth and throughout childhood, the thymus is produces T-lymphocytes or T cells, a specific type of white blood cell that protects the body from certain threats, viruses and infections. The thymus produces and secretes thymosin, a hormone which is necessary for T cell development and production. Once person reaches puberty, the thymus starts to shrink slowly and become replaced by fat. Fortunately, the thymus produces all of person's T cells by the time person reach
Lingula and the central lobule separated by the precentral fissure, central lobule and the culmen separated by the preculminate sulcus. The hemispheric connection of the central lobule is known as the ala and that of the culmen is known as the anterior quadrangular lobule. The lingula is generally considered not to have any hemispheric extension(27–29). The paramedian sulcus on the anterior lobe is shallow and there is a smooth transition from vermis to the hemisphere hence the hemispheric portion of the anterior lobe is sometimes called simple lobule(27). At the paramedian sulcus though grossly it may appear the vermis to be in continuity with the hemisphere there may be discontinuation of the cortex and the white fibres may be exposed at these regions, more so in the posterior lobe where the paramedian sulcus is prominent and deep(27).The posterior lobe is bounded by the primary fissure anteriorly and posterolateral fissure posteriorly, vermis of the posterior lobe has 5 lobules namely declive, folium tuber, pyramid and