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Traumatic Ulcers: Background, Pathophysiology, Epidemiology
Traumatic injuries involving the oral cavity may typically lead to the formation of surface ulcerations. The injuries may result from events such as accidentally biting oneself while talking, sleeping, or secondary to mastication.

Haptoglobin: Reference Range, Interpretation, Collection and Panels
Haptoglobin is an acute-phase reactant whose principal clinical utility is in defining conditions of hemolysis. levels can also become elevated in infection and inflammation.

Dexamethasone Suppression Test: Reference Range, Interpretation, Collection and
The 2 types of dexamethasone suppression tests are high-dose suppression test and low-dose suppression test. Both tests can be performed either by overnight suppression or by the standard 2-day suppression.

Tooth Discoloration: Background, Pathophysiology, Causes of Extrinsic Discolorat
By this point in the 21st century, the treatment of tooth discoloration has evolved into an annual multibillion-dollar, highly sophisticated, scientific, and clinical discipline. However, the origins of the treatment date back thousands of years to ancient clinicians and beauticians who used rudimentary, yet innovative, natural materials to m...

Protein C: Reference Range, Interpretation, Collection and Panels
The normal protein C level in a healthy adult is approximately 65-135 IU/dL. For a healthy term infant, the average value is 40 IU/dL, which will increase as the child ages, to approximately 60 IU/dL; the adult range typically is not reached until after puberty.

Gram Stain: Reference Range, Interpretation, Collection and Panels
Gram stain is the most common stain used in microbiology to identify bacteria. It is named after Christian Gram, who first developed the technique to identify the organism responsible for pneumonia.

Lipid Profile Triglycerides: Reference Range, Interpretation, Collection and Pan
Triglycerides are lipid compounds composed of a glycerol esterified to 3 fatty acid chains of varying length and composition. These fatty acid chains can be saturated or unsaturated, and the chemical composition of each chain is different.

Ventricles of the Brain: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy
The ventricles of the brain are a communicating network of cavities filled with cerebrospinal fluid CSF and located within the brain parenchyma. The ventricular system is composed of 2 lateral ventricles, the third ventricle, the cerebral aqueduct, and the fourth ventricle see the following images.

Urinary Free Cortisol: Reference Range, Interpretation, Collection and Panels
Urinary free cortisol measurements are used primarily in the diagnosis of hypercortisolism caused by Cushing syndrome. Reference ranges for urinary free cortisol vary by age, as follows: Age 0-2 years - Not established Age 3-8 years - 1.

Brain Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy: Cerebrum, Gross Anatomy: Cortex
The central nervous system consists of the brain and the spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system consists of the extensions of neural structures beyond the central nervous system and includes somatic and autonomic divisions.

Lymphatic System Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Other Considerations
The lymphatic system parallels the cardiovascular system see the images below. The lymphatic system is unique, in that it is a 1-way system that returns lymph fluid via vessels to the cardiovascular system for eventual elimination of toxic byproducts by end organs, such as the kidney, liver, colon, skin, and lungs.

Laryngeal Nerve Anatomy: Introduction, Vagus Nerve Cranial Nerve X, Superior Lar
The larynx serves multiple functions, including control of respiration, airway protection, coordination of swallowing, and phonation. Several nerves in the larynx control these tasks.

Factor XI Assay: Reference Range, Interpretation, Collection and Panels
The so-called contact factors include factor XI, factor XII, high-molecular-weight kininogen HK, and prekallikrein PK. Factor XI is synthesized in the liver and megakaryocytes and is an 80-kd zymogen precursor of a serine protease.

Femoral Sheath and Inguinal Canal Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Natural Vari
The inguinofemoral region is a relatively complex one that is significant for clinicians across various fields. Recognition of normal and pathologic variation within this region is important to many surgical disciplines, including general, vascular, plastic, oncologic, gynecologic, and urologic surgery.

Dental Veneer Placement: Overview, Planning of Dental Veneer Placement, Veneer P
The porcelain laminate veneer PLV has gained significant notoriety throughout popular culture. The use of this treatment modality has elicited a discussion of its appropriateness and ethical usage.

Kidney Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy
The kidneys are paired retroperitoneal structures that are normally located between the transverse processes of T12-L3 vertebrae, with the left kidney typically somewhat more superior in position than the right. The upper poles are normally oriented more medially and posteriorly than the lower poles.

Factor-Inhibitor Assay: Reference Range, Interpretation, Collection and Panels
If, after an adequate infusion of VII, VIII, IX, XI, and V, bleeding continues, a factor-inhibitor assay is indicated. Although nearly all procoagulants have an inhibitor, the inhibitor to factor VIII is the most common.

Alanine Aminotransferase: Reference Range, Interpretations, Collection and Panel
Alanine aminotransferase ALT is an enzyme found primarily in the liver and kidney. It was originally referred to as serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase SGPT.

Ear Anatomy: Overview, Embryology, Gross Anatomy
The anatomy of the ear is composed of the following parts: External ear auricle see the following image{file12685} Middle ear tympanic: Malleus, incus, and stapes see the image below Inner ear labyrinthine: Semicircular canals, vestibule, cochlea see the image below{file12686} The ear is a multifaceted organ that connects the cen...

Autonomic Nervous System Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Cardiac and Vascular
The autonomic nervous system ANS is a very complex, multifaceted neural network that maintains internal physiologic homeostasis. This network includes cardiovascular, thermoregulatory, gastrointestinal GI, genitourinary GU, and ophthalmologic pupillary systems see the following image.

Auditory System Anatomy: Overview, Cochlear Nerve and Central Auditory Pathways,
This article discusses the anatomy of the auditory pathway see the following images, as well as a few physiologic considerations and clinical applications.{file12616}{file12617}{file12626}The eighth cranial nerve CN VIII or vestibulocochlear nerve is composed of 2 different sets of fibers: 1 the cochlear nerve and 2 the vestibular nerve.

Prostate Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy
Embryologically, the prostate, seminal vesicles, and ductus vas deferens originate from 2 separate structures. The prostate arises from a budding collection of tissue in the urogenital sinus.

Ductus Deferens Vas Deferens and Ejaculatory Duct Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anato
Once sperm cells are produced in the testis and accumulate in the epididymis, they rely on the ductus vas deferens and ejaculatory duct to propel them into the urethra and out of the penis during ejaculation. The ejaculatory duct delivers sperm into the urethra, adding secretions and additives from the prostate necessary for sperm function,...

Gallbladder Anatomy: Overview, Gross Anatomy, Microscopic Anatomy
The gallbladder see the images below is a relatively small but surgically important organ of the body. Cholecystectomy open or laparoscopic surgical removal of the gallbladder as a treatment for stones is one of the most common surgical procedures performed the world over.

Feldene Piroxicam - Drug Info, Side Effects, Research, Clinical Trials
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