Month: June 2017

Diaphragmatic hernia, types of diaphragmatic hernia, definition

Diaphragmatic hernia Diaphragmatic hernia is a defect (opening) in diaphragm in which there is an abnormal opening in the diaphragm that allows the abdominal organs move upward into your chest through the defect. The following more common types of diaphragmatic hernia are: Congenital defects Acquired defects

Bronchial tree, definition, bronchi and its subdivision

Bronchial tree The trachea descends from the throat down and divide in the bronchial tube, There is one bronchial tube connected to each lung our bronchial farther divide in 23-time and branches become look like a tree so it’s called bronchial tree. The bronchial tree begins with the primary bronchi and farther divide into secondry

Elastic cartilage, definition, type of Elastic cartilage

Elastic cartilage Elastic cartilage also known as yellow cartilage because of its yellowish appearance and is located in various parts of the body, such as the external ear, the Eustachian tube, and the Larynx (epiglottis, corniculate and cuneiform).it contains elastic fiber networks and collagen fibers that have great flexibility. Elastic cartilage found in E- External ear

Freely movable joint, Structural Classes of Freely movable joint

Freely movable joint Freely movable joint are Synovial Joints with a high degree of mobility and flexibility, also includes a synovial cavity containing fluid to lubricate the joint secreted by the synovial membrane, in Freely movable joint Bones forming the joint surrounded by an articular capsule. There are six types of freely movable joints Bole

Cartilaginous joint, Structural Classes of Cartilaginous joint

Cartilaginous joint Cartilaginous Joints are slightly movable joints, make connections between bones that are held tightly together by cartilage in which No synovial cavity/fluid. There are two types of cartilaginous joints in the human body Primari cartilaginous also known as symphysis Secondry cartilaginous joint Primari cartilaginous joint Sternocostal joint Epiphysis or diaphysis Secondry cartilaginous joint Pubic

Type of joints, Structural Classes of Joints

Type of joints in human body The types of joints in the human body can be classified according to the structure or the function. on the basis of structure joints thair is Classes of Joints Structural Classes of Joints 1.Fixed or fibrous (synchondrosis) 2.Cartilaginous (amphiorthosis) 3.Freely movable joint (diorthosis synovial joint) 1).Fixed or fibrous (synchondrosis)

Cartilage, types of cartilage

Cartilage Cartilage is a enormously flexible fibrous type of connective tissue found within the body that covers and protects the ends of long bones at the joints. Cartilage is not as hard and rigid as bone, it’s softer and much more flexible and elastic than bone, but it is much stiffer and much less flexible

Hamilton’s ruler test or Hamilton ruler test

Hamilton’s ruler test In normal shoulder when articulation of shoulder joint is normal scale cannot touch acromion process and lateral epicondyle but in the anterior shoulder dislocation because of the absence of head in the rounded pocket (shocket) of shoulder blade the scale touch the bonny point of the acromion process joined to the lateral