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Massage and the circulatory system

Massage in any form will affect the circulatory system both in the quantity of blood moved through the circulatory system and the quality of the blood.  With massage applied correctly it will cause hyperemia or an increase of blood flow … Continue reading

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Lymphatic System Spleen

The Spleen – known as the largest lymphatic organ in the human body. The spleen usually is depicted in the same color as the rest of the lymphatic system but that is simply so that students can isolate and reference … Continue reading

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Circulatory Blood Phils

Lets start by covering the “Phils” or Granular leukocytes why call them granular because they have granules in their cytoplasm. Lets name them they are Granular leukocytes; Neutrophils, Eosinophils and Basophils. The opposite of granular leukocytes are nongranular leukocytes which are … Continue reading

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Circulatory System Blood

Well first lets review the two systems that provide transportation and protection for the body is the circulatory and lymphatic system. In blood  the liquid or extracellular fluid part of the blood is called plasma. The formed elements of blood … Continue reading

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