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The Human Body in Health and Disease by Frederic H. Martini, Edwin F. Bartholomew, Kathleen Welch

By Frederic H. Martini, Edwin F. Bartholomew, Kathleen Welch

The Human physique in well-being and Disease is designed as a quick path overlaying the fundamentals of human anatomy and body structure with an emphasis at the mechanisms of illness. The e-book comprises uncomplicated suggestions of anatomy and body structure, built-in disease-related details, scientific functions, and terminology — all with out over the top element. it's written by means of an writer group identified for its readability of presentation and extraordinary representation program.

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Atoms or molecules that have a positive or a negative charge are called ions. 1£ an atom has only one or two electrons in its outer shell, it can "donate" its electron(s) to an atom that needs just one or two electrons. This process has two results: (1) The first atom gets a full outer electron shell (having emptied what was formerly its outermost shell), and the second atom also achieves a full outer shell. (2) Because the first atom loses an electron, it becomes a positively charged ion, or cation.

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A) sagittal (b) midsagittal (c) frontal @) transverse 19. The relative stability of an organism's internalenvironment is called - - - - - - - - - - , , ; 0 (a) uniformity homeostasis (c) equilibrium (d) constancy 20. The umbilicus is to the chest. f:;sto the thigh. rci) cervical (c) thoracic. 22. The diaphragm is a flat, muscular sheet that divides the ventralbodycavity into a superior cavity and an inferior cavity. (a) pleural, pericardia! pelvic (d) cranial:thoracic 23. The mediastinumdstheregion betweerrthe ungs and heart two pleuraLcavities (c) thorax and abdomen (d) heart and pe~icardiaJ(;avity 24.

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