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Ownership of Human Tissues

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There are numerous instances of every person’s life when he or she can practice what can be called possession, control or domain. However one conceptualizes possession, it is clear…
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Processes for the study of tissues

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This report discusses three methods for the study of tissues to carry out fixation which includes^ heat, immersion, perfusion and also clearing, embedding, section cutting. Also, the final step discusses staining is carried out in order to give a contrast and emphasize important features…
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Water is the predominant constituent of all of the bodies tissues. Discuss and compare the roles of water in cellular tissues and the connective tissues

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In animals it comprises 60% of the body weight, with 2/3rd in the intracellular and 1/3rd in the extracellular compartments (www.merckvetmanual.com). Of the extracellular water, 75% is in the…
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Cells, Tissues, Movement of Molecules & Action Potential Physiology

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Describe the effects this would have on your immediate blood glucose levels and the osmotic movement of water between water compartments within the body. What hormonal mechanisms would be…
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How do the nervous system and local controls work together to regulate blood pressure and blood flow in different tissues

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Regulation of Blood Pressure and Blood Flow by Nervous System and Local Controls The regulation of oxygen supply to tissues is largely dependent on the regulation of blood flow. Blood flow to the organs is maintained by the cardiovascular system by two main mechanisms: One, through the maintenance of input pressure to all organs within specific limits with the help of arterial pressure regulation, and second, through the adjustment of vascular resistance (R) to blood flow of each organ within a specific optimal value…
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Student practical report (3 activities in one report). Activity 1: Semi-quantitative gene expression by reverse transcriptase- PCR (RT-PCR) analysis. Activity 2: Extract total RNA from mammal tissues. Activity 3: gels result

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To study the gene expression of cyclin D1 in the given breast tumour and normal tissue specimens at mRNA level using semi-quantitative reverse transcriptase PCR and agarose gel electrophoresis techniques. To determine the relative amount of cyclin D1 mRNA present in the given…
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Human Biology
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The principle behind this optical illumination is to allow light to illuminate dense areas of samples, providing contrasting effect making them…
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Basic Tissue Processing for Routine Light Microscopy
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The author of this paper states that tissue processing is a process by which tissues are taken from a body for diagnosis which is processed in the laboratory to produce microscopic tests and examined by the pathologists…
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Pathology
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DISCUSS THE RATIONALE FOR THE STEPS USED IN TISSUE PROCESSING TO PRODUCE A PERMANENT SLIDE OF A TISSUE SECTION FOR LIGHT MICROSCOPY Name Institution Introduction Tissue processing is an exceptionally critical aspect in pathology practice. Tissue processing is essentially the second step in histology process…
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History of Christian Thought Final Exam Questions
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Debate People should have “ownership rights” to their own Tissues 1A. It is usually believed that human beings have the right to decide how to deal with the tissues in their own physical body. In fact, there is a significant amount of ongoing effort in the modern world to accord wider “ownership rights” to people over their own tissues and also provide them with the authority to determine its fate, once the tissues are outside the human body…
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Brainscapes
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Student: Professor: Course: Date: Questions and Answers 1. Sodium Concentration and Hippocampus Atrophy Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) usually projects images in form of resonance signals based on nuclei properties of magnetic properties of hydrogen ions and other present ions…
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Cellular and Molecular Pathology
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Cellular and molecular pathology Name: Institution: Date: 1. The most suitable method of removing adequate tissue for histopathological examination and the most reliable way of making sure you get the correct tissue needed Materials to be used in histological preparations are removed from anaesthetized animals…
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Basic Principles Of MR Imaging
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Magnetic resonance is the technology that allows an individual to study an image of the anatomic section and the disease procedure under observation. The paper "Basic Principles Of MR Imaging" discusses the features of the process of magnetic resonance therapy…
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O2 transfere in human buddy
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Despite life sustenance, oxygen helps in terminating destructive bacteria that human body does not need and leaves the important…
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Cauterization
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[Name of of Lecturer] Cauterization Introduction Cauterization refers to a medical procedure that involves creating burns on body tissues in an attempt to stop bleeding, close wounds or close amputations (Narayan, Hayward, Soballe, Nimbkar, Nielsen, & Drucker 263)…
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Imaging Modalities
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At the age of 35, the risk of breast cancer substantially increases among women and certain imaging modalities may not be safe to be used during the medical examination of the lumps. …
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Topics in pharmacology and biomedical science
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Choice of Fixatives Background Fixation is a chemical process through which the biological tissues are preserved from decaying , thus preventing autolysis and putrefaction. Fixation helps to terminate any ongoing biological reaction and also increases the mechanical strength or stability of the treated tissues…
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Bones
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Bursae (in plural) are fluid-filled sacs of adipose tissues that act as a gliding surface to reduce friction between proprioceptive tissues (Benjamin et al.,…
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Stem Cell Research
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This current paper is a stem cell research that is emerging as a promise that has revolutionized the medical science to ensure treatments to may dreaded disease conditions including the neurological conditions, dementia and Alzheimer's disease. …
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Evaluatethefollowstatement:MRIhassuperiorsofttissuecontrastthanCT
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MRI has superior soft tissue contrast than CT [Name] [Date] Introduction Modern medicine provides people with numerous opportunities for possible diagnostics or treatment. There is no doubt that in the face of a great number of existent technologies, it is desirable to choose between the most popular ones and consider every particular technology with respect to a certain medical case…
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Cellular PathologyTissue Processing, Staining and Observation

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Histological sections can be enumerated as a common procedure while studying tissue. The specimens were preserved in molten wax and placed in solid blocks once the histocentre was completed and examined. As the organs and the tissues are generally too thick it is a normal process to cut thin pieces to make them translucent and allow light to pass through them…
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ENVS
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Stuff- A Garbage Journal: Personal Assessment Waste contributes much in determining the carbon footprint involved in producing food. A large amount of food is diverted to the garbage due to lack of management and utility. I will manage my garbage for one week…
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Cardiac Tissue Engineering
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The author analyzes the ‘Mending Broken Hearts with Tissue Engineering’ article which describes a novel scaffold for seeding stem cells and heart cells. The article presents results in the new field of cardiac tissue engineering that seeks to revolutionize the treatment of end-stage heart failure. …
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Twenty years of Tissue Engineering Heart Valves: More Hype than Hope
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The 21st century has seen a great deal in the field of biological sciences, which has redefined progress and revolutionised the manner in which products are engineered, as specifically observed in cases of tissue engineering and medical implants…
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Biomedical research and testing (a bioethical topic of yesterday and today)
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Biomedical research and testing Instructor name: Unit Name Date Introduction  Small pox is said to have first appeared at the time of agricultural settlements in North Eastern Africa. The head of the first pharaoh in Egypt bears the evidence of the disease…
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Compare and contrast the scientific principles of Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound
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Scientific Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Ultrasound: A Comparative Essay Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound are both radiographic imaging techniques which are commonly known in terms of safety, mainly for its non-use of ionizing radiation common in other diagnostic procedures like x-ray and computerized tomography…
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Functions and Limitations of Neural Plasticity
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The author of the present paper "Functions and Limitations of Neural Plasticity" point out that Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can be defined as the trauma of the head, of a score of “3 to 8” on the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), which is a significant concern in “critical care medicine”…
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Identification of Lymphoid Tissue in Section Thymus, Spleen or Lymph Node
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The paper "Identification of Lymphoid Tissue in Section Thymus, Spleen or Lymph Node" highlights that the tissues are said to be the spleen and the thymus respective from their respective reactions with the different alcoholic, acid, and alcoholic Eosin respectively. …
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Pressure ulcer dressing in community placement

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The researcher of this essay aims to present his experience community placement. Particularly, the author tells about pressure ulcers. In clinical practice, pressure ulcers or decubitus ulcers can be described as damage affecting the skin and the tissues beneath…
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Demonstrate the correct selection and discuss the appropriate use of surgical instrumentation including the hazards of improper use. Scalpel blades Scissors Needle Holders Retractors Suction devices Forceps
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The selection and use of appropriate surgical instruments is significant contributing factor towards the optimisation of surgical procedures (Clarke & Jones 1998, p. 3). When appropriate instruments are selected, it facilitates precise and gentle handling of tissues, effectively…
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Imaging Modality: Ultrasound
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The article “Imaging Modality: Ultrasound” focuses on one of the commonly employed Image-Guided Radiation Therapy technologies that use high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the internal structures in the human body. In ultrasound, a transducer is used to produce high-frequency sound waves…
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Organisation of the body
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Assessment criterion 1.1: Compile a table to compare and contrast light and electron microscopes in terms of how they work, their use, their clarity, and what is meant by the terms resolution or magnification.
In terms of resolution, the electron microscope has a greater…
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The effect of aerobic exercise on level of lipids in human
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The effects of aerobic exercises on the levels of lipids in the body were evaluated in this study. Lipids are present in all the tissues in the body and form an integral part of all cells…
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Critically discuss how knowledge of the chronic radiation induced long term side effects have impacted on current treatment practices
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These radiotherapy techniques are associated with side effects, some of which are chronic and others are short lived for around six months. Chronic side effects of radiotherapy have very serious…
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Medical Imaging Equipment
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This essay describes different medical imaging equipment and imaging technologies and their specific advantages and disadvantages of some of them…
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Journal #1
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Kerry Howley, a senior editor, in his article, "WHO OWNS YOUR BODY PARTS?" claims that the demand for human donor tissue has caused an increase in price of the post-mortem human remains. An example is Cooke, who was a cancer victim but later on died. The New York Mortuary…
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Review article
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The article reviews the expression of luciferase or green fluorescent protein from the promoter of the clock period in order to monitor the circadian clock in explanted abdominal tissues, head and thorax in transgenic drosophila (Plautz et al., 1632). The observed photoreceptive…
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Biochemistry science field
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Regardless of the fact that bones have a tremendous capacity to be repaired, there are various clinical situations where allographs seek to enhance the regeneration of bones through promotion of osteogenesis (Özkaya & Özkaya, 2012). Precarious botches linked to the present…
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Preservation of Organs for Transplant
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The organ preservation techniques have improved and various organ preservation remedies are available and are in constant modification to provide enhanced tissues results and storage. The paper will analyze various methods involved in organ preservation and the possible outcomes. …
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging technology
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology Name:  Institution:       Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology Introduction Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology is a type of medical imaging technique, which is applied in radiology-based visualization of internal anatomic structures and physiologic processes (U.S…
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Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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In the paper “Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging” the author discusses the advancements in imaging modalities, which were able to increase the understanding about the various biological systems and how these work together in living organisms…
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Physiology Presentation
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Physiology" Abstract A deep co-relation is present between all the organs of body. Normal functioning is impaired if any one of them is out of order. The present article highlights the co-relation between digestive, circulatory and respiratory systems. Introduction Digestion encompass the intake of food followed by physical and chemical breakdown of food, absorption and transportation to every cell through blood…
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Stem Cell Research
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Running Head: STEM CELL RESEARCH Stem Cell Research [Name] [University] Stem Cell Research The history and science of stem cell research In the past several years, stem cell research has attracted a lot of interests and many investigators. These interests and investigations intensified after the announcements by scientists that they are now able to isolate and grow cultures of self- renewing human embryonic stem cells (Ling, 1)…
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Radiobiology of proton therapy, heavy ion therapy and neutron therapy
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Radiobiology of Proton Therapy, Heavy Ion Therapy and Neutron Therapy [Name] [Institution] Radiobiology of Proton Therapy, Heavy Ion Therapy and Neutron Therapy Introduction Charged particle therapy currently plays a critical role in the treatment and management of cancer…
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Short Answers for Plant Diversity Botany Class
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The "Short Answers for Plant Diversity Botany Class" paper describes the plant cell wall, including its location, composition, origin, function and other important aspects, compares the chloroplast and the mitochondrion, including their structure, function, origin, and other important aspects…
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Forensic Pathology
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The paper "Forensic Pathology" describes that sudden death resulting from controversial incidents often needs an autopsy to find out what really happened. The procedure involves deriving samples from various organs and tissues for DNA sequencing, possible disease infliction and other internal cause determination. …
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Genetic reprogramming holds great promise for the discipline of regenerative medicine, because of the ability to obtain patient-
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Name Institution Course Instructor Date Regenerative Medicine Introduction Regenerative medicine involves the regenerating human cells and tissues to replace damaged ones. This field of medicine aims at accelerating the healing of damaged tissues and organs…
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Flesh Eating Bacteria

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(Engelkirk and Burton, 2007). Consequently, Streptococcus pyogenes has been labeled as flesh eating bacterium. Nonetheless, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus anthracis, Clostridium perfringens, Mycobacterium leprae, and Propionibacterium acnes are also some of the other flesh eating bacteria or germs when the mode of cells and tissues destruction is taken as basis for common naming…
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The Causes of Cirrhosis
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The author of the paper concludes that there are certain avoidable ailments. Drinking, obesity, and eating salty foods increase cirrhosis incidents. Lifestyle changes stop future liver scars. Evidently, some activities will aggravate or mitigate Cirrhosis symptoms…
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Medical or Surgical Ways of Caring and Treating Decubitus
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The present essay "Medical or Surgical Ways of Caring and Treating Decubitus" is focused on the care provided while treating decubitus. Admittedly, when the patient rests in such a position for a long time they run the risk of developing bedsores called ulcer decubitus…
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