Thenar muscle, extrinsic muscles of the hand

Thenar muscle The thenar muscles of the hand is  the group of four muscles on the palm that originate at different carpal bones and distally attached to the base of the thumb and control movements and produce a forceful grip. The thenar muscles are as follow: Abductor Pollicis Brevis Adductor Pollicis Flexor Pollicis Brevis Opponens

Pleural cavity, definition of Pleural cavity

Pleural cavity The pleural cavity is the double layered covering of the lungs divides into outer parietal pleura layer and inner visceral pleura layer, outer parietal layer of the pleura is pain sensitive, and inner is pain insensitive. In between The two layer of pleura contain a the potential space called pleural space, pleural space

what is Golfer elbow? medial epicondylitis

Golfer elbow Golfer elbow is also known as medial epicondylitis, this condition causing pain and tenderness at the medial epicondyle of homers. Tendinitis of forearm occurs on the inside of the elbow at the point where forearm muscles attach.

what is Student’s elbow? Olecranon bursitis

Student’s elbow Student’s elbow is also known as minor elbow, it is an inflammatory swelling known as Olecranon bursitis. Inflammation swelling of the elbow joint characterized to pain, redness and swelling around the elbow.

what is Pulled elbow? nurse made elbow

Pulled elbow Subluxation of radial head is a kind of pulled elbow it also known as nurse made elbow. pulled elbow is a common injury of children result of radius head slipping out of its normal position.

what is Diaphragm? definition, opening of the diaphragm.

Diaphragm Diaphragm is a dome shaped muscular and tendinous sheath that extends across the bottom of the rib cage. it pass between the thoracic and abdominal cavities and separates these two regions of the body from one another. The diaphragm is performs an important function in respiration and act as the primary muscle. it has

what is Inspiration? definition

Inspiration In humans body Inspiration is the flow of air from the external environment through the airways into the lungs and then to the alveoli. Our lungs are the primary organs of the respiratory system. in the inspiration the diaphragm contracts and pulls downward this is creating a larger thoracic space and pleural cavities and

what is Breathing? respiration or ventilation

Breathing Also known as respiration, it’s the process to Take air into the lungs and then expel it. Breathing is the process of moving air in and out by the components of the respiratory system to the lungs and makes ventilation, that’s why it’s also called ventilation. Our two lungs are the primary organs of

Intercostal space, Muscles , Vessels of intercostal space

Intercostal space Surrounding of the both lungs we have a rib cage and in between any two ribs we have a anatomical space known as The intercostal space, each side of the chest wall there are 11 intercostal space which formed in between 12 ribs of the chest. In between the ribs (or in intercostal