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Major Body Systems

There are 11 major body systems in the human body.  All designed around a common function of the human body. Let’s review them and they are: Circulatory Organs include heart, blood, blood vessels Lymphatic Lymph Lymph nodes, Lymph vessels Digestive … Continue reading

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Integumentary System VII

The final segment of this system. This is intended for massage therapist for review and students which need to pass the national exam. The four functions of the skin are protection, temperature requlation, sense organ, and chemical activity. The skin … Continue reading

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Integumentary System VI

Were almost there this the next to last installment for this system of the body. This is a review intended for massage therapist and students that wish to pass the national exam. Nails are accessory organs of the skin which … Continue reading

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Integumentary System V

Continuing this lengthy review of the integumentary system for massage therapist to aid in the passing of the national exam. When collagen and elastic fibers in he skin ages it starts to deteriorate. With age the skin starts to loose … Continue reading

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Integumentary System IV

Continuing from where I left off. This section is quite longer than any of my first posts because the skin is a very important section of the anatomy on the human body to massage therapist. It has many pathologies that affect … Continue reading

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