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Which nerve root is associated with the platella reflexes?
Human anatomy and physiology
After recuperating from a gunshot wound to the buttocks resulting from a hunting accident, your patient exhibits a positive Trendelenburg's sign. Explain.
Which nerve root is associated with the triceps reflexes?
How many systems are there in a human body? Name them.
Explain the turner's syndrome?
Explain the horner's syndrome?
What does serous membrane do?
What is a structure consisting of 2 or 3 tissues called as?
You've been given the task of inserting the catheter for a patient scheduled for angioplasty. What anatomical landmarks are you looking for?
Explain the anatomy of a human brain?
Explain the brown-sequard syndrome?
A patient cannot supinate his hand, but has intact feeling-- which portion of the brachial plexus was severed?
Which nerve root is associated with the achilles reflexes?
Which hormones are involved in the urinary sytem of a human body?