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  • Human Anatomy
    In the human body, the motion of bones is made possible by muscles that are attached to the bones with tendons. Muscles contract when motion is required, they cannot elongate from their relaxed...

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  • Health
    The Glenohumeral (GH) Joint or shoulder joint is comprised of incongruent surfaces: the large head of the humerus or the ball and the small glenoid fossa of the scapula which functions as the...

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  • Health
    1. The scapula (shoulder blade) 2. This one looks like it is just asking for the farthest point of the hand away from the body, which would be the distal phalanx, or the small bone at the end of...

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  • Human Anatomy
    In human anatomy, the abdomen is divided into four quadrants. The quadrants include the right upper quadrant, the left upper quadrant, the right lower quadrant and the left lower quadrant. This...

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  • Human Anatomy
    The midsagittal plane divides the human body into equal left and right halves. If divided along this plane, the deepest structures of the human body will be visible. Starting with the most...

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  • Human Anatomy
    In human anatomy, the surface of the body can be divided into regions. When studying the regions it is important to understand that some of the smaller regions, such as the one where the thumb is...

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  • Health
    The kidneys are part of the human renal or urinary system, and serve primarily to filter toxins out of the blood while producing urine. In addition to filtering out toxins, the kidneys also help...

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  • Hinge Joint
    Hinge joints allow bones to move in one plane in relationship to each other. Outside of the human body, think of a door. As it hangs on the hinges holding it in place, it can only move back and...

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  • Biology
    Coelom can be called as the body cavity running throughout the length of the trunk in some organisms. Coelom originates by the splitting of the mesoderm (the second layer found in three-layered...

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  • Human Anatomy
    The Thoracic Diaphragm is an extremely important part of the respiration system. It is a mostly-solid convex sheet of muscle stretching across the entire length and breadth of the torso, inside the...

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  • Human Anatomy
    Growth patterns are different for every individual, so it's impossible to answer your question authoritatively without knowing your past growth history. Your nutritional and medical history would...

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