Tag: physiology

Mechanism of Haemostasis (Coagulation)

Mechanism of Haemostasis (Coagulation)

Mechanism of Haemostasis (Coagulation) Haemostasis is a complex and dynamic physiological process that aims to stop bleeding within the body. The discontinuation of bleeding depends on the interaction of endothelial cells, platelets and coagulation factors. Anticoagulation factors and the fibrinolytic system oppose coagulation and remove clots. Platelet plug formation The initial response of a vessel […]

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Menstrual Cycle / Uterine cycle (phases and hormonal control)

Menstrual Cycle / Uterine cycle (phases and hormonal control)

Menstrual Cycle / Uterine cycle (phases and hormonal control) Uterine (Endometrial) Cycle Monthly cyclical changes in the endometrium of uterus for prepration of implantation (in the event of fertilization) and for menstruation (in the absence of fertilization) is called uterine cycle. The uterine (menstrual) cycle is a concurrent series of changes in the endometrium of […]

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Human Anatomy & Physiology ppt – anatomy power point

Human Anatomy & Physiology ppt – anatomy power point

Human Anatomy & Physiology ppt – anatomy power point Power point lecture   Subject : Anatomy Size :- Powered by Author , Dr.Prafulla Dorle Download Overview Human body develops from union of SPERM + OVUM=FIRST CELL OF HUMAN BODY Group of cells ↓ Tissues ↓ Organs ↓ Systems Structure of Cell •Cell is a structural […]

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