Franzgayle T. Husain

  • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

    Human appendix –
    Functions: scientists before say that it has no function, however recent studies show that the human appendix works as a repository for good bacteria. These bacteria help in producing vitamins and hormones that are needed in the body.
    Locations: sits near the junction of the large and small intestines.

      • Duodenum – considered as the first part of the small intestine
        Functions: It completes the first phase of digestion by breaking down food through enzymes and bile.
        Locations: between the stomach and jejenum or the middle part of the small intestine
          • Esophagus – a muscular tube that is part of the digestive system which has long, thin and hollow structure
            Functions: transports food and liquid from the throat to the stomach
            Locations: can be found in the center of the chest area called the mediastinum
              • Muscularis – also known as the muscularis externa; it consists of an inner circular muscular layer and a longitudinal outer muscular layer
                Functions: the contractions of the layers in the muscularis propels the food through the gastrointestinal tract
                Locations: found in the deepest layer of the mucosa that lies next to the submucosa

                  • Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                    Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                    Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                      • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                        Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                        Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                          • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                            Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                            Locations: in the liver

                • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                  Large intestine – a long tube-like organ that includes the colon, rectum, and anus.
                  Functions: absorb water and salts from the material that has not been digested as food and turns food waste into stool and passes it from the body when defecating.
                  Locations: can be seen in the lower abdominal cavity from the waist down.
                    • Human appendix –
                      Functions: scientists before say that it has no function, however recent studies show that the human appendix works as a repository for good bacteria. These bacteria help in producing vitamins and hormones that are needed in the body.
                      Locations: sits near the junction of the large and small intestines.

                        • Duodenum – considered as the first part of the small intestine
                          Functions: It completes the first phase of digestion by breaking down food through enzymes and bile.
                          Locations: between the stomach and jejenum or the middle part of the small intestine
                            • Esophagus – a muscular tube that is part of the digestive system which has long, thin and hollow structure
                              Functions: transports food and liquid from the throat to the stomach
                              Locations: can be found in the center of the chest area called the mediastinum
                                • Muscularis – also known as the muscularis externa; it consists of an inner circular muscular layer and a longitudinal outer muscular layer
                                  Functions: the contractions of the layers in the muscularis propels the food through the gastrointestinal tract
                                  Locations: found in the deepest layer of the mucosa that lies next to the submucosa

                                    • Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                                      Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                                      Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                                        • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                                          Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                                          Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                                            • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                                              Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                                              Locations: in the liver

                                • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                                  Stomach – Part of the gastrointestinal tract that have the j-shape which solely digests food.
                                  Functions: Produces enzymes and juices that helps in breaking down or digesting food. It also temporary stores food.
                                  Locations: found in the upper abdomen on the left side of the body
                                    • Large intestine – a long tube-like organ that includes the colon, rectum, and anus.
                                      Functions: absorb water and salts from the material that has not been digested as food and turns food waste into stool and passes it from the body when defecating.
                                      Locations: can be seen in the lower abdominal cavity from the waist down.
                                        • Human appendix –
                                          Functions: scientists before say that it has no function, however recent studies show that the human appendix works as a repository for good bacteria. These bacteria help in producing vitamins and hormones that are needed in the body.
                                          Locations: sits near the junction of the large and small intestines.

                                            • Duodenum – considered as the first part of the small intestine
                                              Functions: It completes the first phase of digestion by breaking down food through enzymes and bile.
                                              Locations: between the stomach and jejenum or the middle part of the small intestine
                                                • Esophagus – a muscular tube that is part of the digestive system which has long, thin and hollow structure
                                                  Functions: transports food and liquid from the throat to the stomach
                                                  Locations: can be found in the center of the chest area called the mediastinum
                                                    • Muscularis – also known as the muscularis externa; it consists of an inner circular muscular layer and a longitudinal outer muscular layer
                                                      Functions: the contractions of the layers in the muscularis propels the food through the gastrointestinal tract
                                                      Locations: found in the deepest layer of the mucosa that lies next to the submucosa

                                                        • Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                                                          Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                                                          Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                                                            • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                                                              Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                                                              Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                                                                • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                                                                  Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                                                                  Locations: in the liver

                                                  • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                                                    Ileum – considered as the last part of the small intestine
                                                    Functions: helps further digest food coming from the stomach and other parts of the small intestine. It also absorbs nutrients and water from food for the body to work.
                                                    Locations: found between the jejenum and large intestine
                                                      • Stomach – Part of the gastrointestinal tract that have the j-shape which solely digests food.
                                                        Functions: Produces enzymes and juices that helps in breaking down or digesting food. It also temporary stores food.
                                                        Locations: found in the upper abdomen on the left side of the body
                                                          • Large intestine – a long tube-like organ that includes the colon, rectum, and anus.
                                                            Functions: absorb water and salts from the material that has not been digested as food and turns food waste into stool and passes it from the body when defecating.
                                                            Locations: can be seen in the lower abdominal cavity from the waist down.
                                                              • Human appendix –
                                                                Functions: scientists before say that it has no function, however recent studies show that the human appendix works as a repository for good bacteria. These bacteria help in producing vitamins and hormones that are needed in the body.
                                                                Locations: sits near the junction of the large and small intestines.

                                                                  • Duodenum – considered as the first part of the small intestine
                                                                    Functions: It completes the first phase of digestion by breaking down food through enzymes and bile.
                                                                    Locations: between the stomach and jejenum or the middle part of the small intestine
                                                                      • Esophagus – a muscular tube that is part of the digestive system which has long, thin and hollow structure
                                                                        Functions: transports food and liquid from the throat to the stomach
                                                                        Locations: can be found in the center of the chest area called the mediastinum
                                                                          • Muscularis – also known as the muscularis externa; it consists of an inner circular muscular layer and a longitudinal outer muscular layer
                                                                            Functions: the contractions of the layers in the muscularis propels the food through the gastrointestinal tract
                                                                            Locations: found in the deepest layer of the mucosa that lies next to the submucosa

                                                                              • Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                                                                                Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                                                                                Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                                                                                  • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                                                                                    Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                                                                                    Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                                                                                      • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                                                                                        Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                                                                                        Locations: in the liver

                                                                        • Ileum – considered as the last part of the small intestine
                                                                          Functions: helps further digest food coming from the stomach and other parts of the small intestine. It also absorbs nutrients and water from food for the body to work.
                                                                          Locations: found between the jejenum and large intestine
                                                                            • Stomach – Part of the gastrointestinal tract that have the j-shape which solely digests food.
                                                                              Functions: Produces enzymes and juices that helps in breaking down or digesting food. It also temporary stores food.
                                                                              Locations: found in the upper abdomen on the left side of the body
                                                                                • Large intestine – a long tube-like organ that includes the colon, rectum, and anus.
                                                                                  Functions: absorb water and salts from the material that has not been digested as food and turns food waste into stool and passes it from the body when defecating.
                                                                                  Locations: can be seen in the lower abdominal cavity from the waist down.
                                                                                    • Human appendix –
                                                                                      Functions: scientists before say that it has no function, however recent studies show that the human appendix works as a repository for good bacteria. These bacteria help in producing vitamins and hormones that are needed in the body.
                                                                                      Locations: sits near the junction of the large and small intestines.

                                                                                        • Duodenum – considered as the first part of the small intestine
                                                                                          Functions: It completes the first phase of digestion by breaking down food through enzymes and bile.
                                                                                          Locations: between the stomach and jejenum or the middle part of the small intestine
                                                                                            • Esophagus – a muscular tube that is part of the digestive system which has long, thin and hollow structure
                                                                                              Functions: transports food and liquid from the throat to the stomach
                                                                                              Locations: can be found in the center of the chest area called the mediastinum
                                                                                                • Muscularis – also known as the muscularis externa; it consists of an inner circular muscular layer and a longitudinal outer muscular layer
                                                                                                  Functions: the contractions of the layers in the muscularis propels the food through the gastrointestinal tract
                                                                                                  Locations: found in the deepest layer of the mucosa that lies next to the submucosa

                                                                                                    • Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                                                                                                      Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                                                                                                      Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                                                                                                        • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                                                                                                          Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                                                                                                          Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                                                                                                            • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                                                                                                              Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                                                                                                              Locations: in the liver

                                                                                          • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                                                                                            I believe it is important to give more attention to our skin and its treatments since it acts as our first line of defense against infection. Because every one of us has a unique type of skin, a lack of understanding might heighten patients’ concern when a skin problem emerges.
                                                                                            • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                                                                                              Our integumentary system, specifically our skin, is prone to any wounds or injuries. As a result, any damage can increase the risk of infection and contamination,…

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                                                                                                • I believe it is important to give more attention to our skin and its treatments since it acts as our first line of defense against infection. Because every one of us has a unique type of skin, a lack of understanding might heighten patients’ concern when a skin problem emerges.
                                                                                                • This journal article focuses on the “Skin Rounds” initiative by staff nurses, which seeks to improve quality and increase staff understanding of skincare in order to aid in the early detection and treatment of skin tissues. This project is dedicated to the bone marrow transplant unit within an urban adult teaching hospital. Bone marrow transplant…[Read more]

                                                                                                  • Our integumentary system, specifically our skin, is prone to any wounds or injuries. As a result, any damage can increase the risk of infection and contamination,…

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                                                                                                      • I believe it is important to give more attention to our skin and its treatments since it acts as our first line of defense against infection. Because every one of us has a unique type of skin, a lack of understanding might heighten patients’ concern when a skin problem emerges.
                                                                                                    • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months, 1 week ago

                                                                                                      HAIR
                                                                                                      Description:
                                                                                                      Are elongated keratinized structures that form within epidermal invaginations, the hair follicles. The color, size, shape, and texture of hairs vary…

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                                                                                                      • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months, 1 week ago

                                                                                                        NAIL
                                                                                                        Description:
                                                                                                        Hard plates of keratin on the dorsal surface of each distal phalanx

                                                                                                        Function:
                                                                                                        A healthy fingernail has the function of protecting the distal phalanx,…

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                                                                                                        • The epidermis, dermis, hypodermis, associated glands, hair, and nails comprise the integumentary system. This system, in addition to its barrier function, performs numerous intricate functions such as body temperature regulation, cell fluid maintenance, Vitamin D synthesis, and stimuli…

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                                                                                                        • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months, 1 week ago

                                                                                                          PARTS
                                                                                                          •Enamel – is the hardest component of the human body
                                                                                                          •Odontoblast – tall polarized cells derived from the cranial neural crest that line the tooth’s pulp cavity
                                                                                                          •Ameloblast – contains numerous secretory granules with the proteins of the enamel matrix
                                                                                                          • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months, 1 week ago

                                                                                                            TOOTH
                                                                                                            Description – hard, resistant structure in or around the mouth areas. It is used for catching and masticating food.
                                                                                                            Function – Its function includes breaking down food, enabling people to pronounce words and shape the food.

                                                                                                              • PARTS
                                                                                                                •Enamel – is the hardest component of the human body
                                                                                                                •Odontoblast – tall polarized cells derived from the cranial neural crest that line the tooth’s pulp cavity
                                                                                                                •Ameloblast – contains numerous secretory granules with the proteins of the enamel matrix
                                                                                                              • The Gastro intestinal tract contains four layered arrangement of tissues namely mucosa, submucosa, mascularis and serosa.
                                                                                                                • TOOTH
                                                                                                                  Description – hard, resistant structure in or around the mouth areas. It is used for catching and masticating food.
                                                                                                                  Function – Its function includes breaking down food, enabling people to pronounce words and shape the food.

                                                                                                                    • PARTS
                                                                                                                      •Enamel – is the hardest component of the human body
                                                                                                                      •Odontoblast – tall polarized cells derived from the cranial neural crest that line the tooth’s pulp cavity
                                                                                                                      •Ameloblast – contains numerous secretory granules with the proteins of the enamel matrix
                                                                                                                  • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months, 1 week ago

                                                                                                                    •Epicardium – also known as the visceral layer of the serous pericardium. . It is composed of mesothelium and delicate connective tissue that imparts a smooth, sli…

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                                                                                                                    • The heart wall is consist of connective tissue, endothelium, and cardiac muscle. It allows the heart to contract and the heartbeat to be synchronized. It has three layers namely epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium.

                                                                                                                    • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months, 1 week ago

                                                                                                                      TYPES OF NEURON
                                                                                                                      ✓ Unipolar (pseudounipolar) – single, short process
                                                                                                                      ✓ Multipolar – three or more processes
                                                                                                                      ✓ Pyramidal – neurons with a pyramidal shaped cell body (soma) and two distinct dendritic trees
                                                                                                                      ✓ Bipolar – two processes (axon and dendrite)
                                                                                                                      ✓ Purkinje – have multiple dendrites that fan out from the cell body
                                                                                                                      • Neurons are branching cells; cell processes that may be quiet long extend from the nucleus-containing cell body; also contributing to nervous tissue are nonexcitable supporting cells
                                                                                                                        FUNCTION:
                                                                                                                        Transmit electrical signals from sensory receptors and to effectors (muscle and glands) that control their activity
                                                                                                                        LOCATION:
                                                                                                                        Brain, spinal cord, and…

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                                                                                                                        • TYPES OF NEURON
                                                                                                                          ✓ Unipolar (pseudounipolar) – single, short process
                                                                                                                          ✓ Multipolar – three or more processes
                                                                                                                          ✓ Pyramidal – neurons with a pyramidal shaped cell body (soma) and two distinct dendritic trees
                                                                                                                          ✓ Bipolar – two processes (axon and dendrite)
                                                                                                                          ✓ Purkinje – have multiple dendrites that fan out from the cell body
                                                                                                                        • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months, 1 week ago

                                                                                                                          •Skeletal muscle tissue
                                                                                                                          Description – Long, cylindrical, multinucleate cells; obvious striations o Consist flexible muscle fibers that is important for our movement. T…

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