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Circulatory system myocardial infarction

Myocardial infarction – Sounds like something you would hear on on of those TV shows like ER or Grays Anatomy in prime time.¬† So what does it really mean, Well the definition is tissue death due to the lack of … Continue reading

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Circulatory System Superior Vena Cava

Superior Vena Cava sounds like some Greek¬†mythological creature huh? Well, it’s only a location within the circulatory system that is talking about veins, but not just any veins the two largest within the human body. The superior vena cava and … Continue reading

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Circulatory System the Heart

Del diablo, the center of ones universe, let your heart speak for you, all sayings of the heart, but to science the heart is simply a pump that keeps blood moving through a closed circuit of blood vessels. A triangular … Continue reading

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Organ systems Part II

This is the second part of the organs systems review. Keep in mind that this review is for massage therapy students who wish to accelerate their learning. It covers circulatory, lymphatic, urinary and reproductive systems of the body. The Circulatory … Continue reading

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Organ Systems Part I

Structures made up of two or more kinds of tissues that perform a more complex fund than it could alone is called an organ. A Group of organs arranged in such a way that they can together perform a more complex function than any organ alone is called an organ system. Continue reading

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