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How Your Body Works: Human Physiology and Structure

MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Aorta, Polycythemia Vera, Fibroblast
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Cardiovascular System III: blood and blood vessels Learning objectives: - Describe the function and components of the blood - Describe the three layers that typically form the wall of a blood vessel - ...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Vagus Nerve, Medulla Oblongata, Depolarization
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Cardiovascular system lecture 2: how does the heart work? Learning objectives: - Describe the structural and functional properties of cardiac muscle - Explain the conduction system of the heart - Descri...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Macrophage, Myenteric Plexus, Jejunum
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Introducing your gut: - Function and organisation of the gut - Gross anatomy - Finer structure - Gut motility how it works - The mucosa - Stomach, gastric acid - Pancreas ...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Bilirubin, Lecithin, Carboxypeptidase
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The processes as food moves through the GI tract **dont worry about saliva as it contains only very few enzymes. The oesophagus is there to get food into the stomach to be safely handled** Gastric (stomach) function: ...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Arteriovenous Fistula, Capillary, Vascular Resistance
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Arterioles control the overall resistance of blood flow. Does this mean it controls the blood flow in a circulation too? - Flow = P/R - Flow = MAP/R - MAP = Flow x R - MAP = CO x SVR - Note:...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Chymotrypsin, Lactase, Circulatory System
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Whats in these lectures? Functions and organisation of the gut Gross anatomy Finer structure Gut motility how it works The mucosa Stomach, gastric acid Pancreas and digestion Bile and the digestion of fats Portal ...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture 23: Week 11 lecture 2
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Cardiovascular system IV: blood flow and blood pressure Learning objectives: Define blood flow, blood pressure and resistance and explain the relationships between these factors Explain how blood flow is regulated in the...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Inulin, Filter Paper, Proximal Tubule
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Urine formation:What do the kidneys do? - Clean and filter your blood to remove wastes - Help stimulate the production of red blood cells - Regulate blood pressure - Help regulate potassium, sodium...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Pulmonary Function Testing, Asthma, Elastin
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Respiratory lecture 2: mechanics of breathing - The thoracic cavity o The lungs o The pleural cavity - Elastic recoil of the lung - The muscles involved in breathing o Main:...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Taschen, Renal Pelvis, Kidney Failure
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Hormones in urine formation Revision: (Remember: Red blood cells are NOT found in filtrate of the Bowmans capsule. Also, no reabsorption occurs in the Bowmans capsule) Juxtaglomerular apparatus: intersection between the ...

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Elke Sokoya
MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Pericardial Fluid, Texas State Highway Loop 1, Inferior Vena Cava
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Cardiovascular system: heart structure and function - Lecture 1: general anatomy of the heart - Lecture 2: how does the heart work? - Lecture 3: blood and blood vessels - Lecture 4: control of bloo...

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MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Autocrine Signalling, Insulin Resistance, Anterior Pituitary
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sBONE AND BLOOD CALCIUM Parathyroid glands: - Produce parathyroid hormone - Calcitonin is not released from the parathyroid but released from the C cells of the thyroid...

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MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Interstitial Lung Disease, Salbutamol, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
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Respiratory lectures: Main points: - Why do we need to breathe? - Basic lung structure o Conducting region o Gas exchange region - What specific features does a gas exchange or...

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MMED1005 Lecture 10: Week 10 tutorial
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Septal defects: Occur when a hole develops in the septum of the heart Two types: o Atrial septal defect o Ventricular septal defect Action potentials what exactly is meant by depolarisation? Imagine a cell, e.g. nerve c...

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MMED1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cornea, Optometry, Anterior Chamber Of Eyeball
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Structure and function of the eye and the visual system Main points: - External and internal structures of the eye - Circulation of aqueous humor - Pupillary reflex and controlling light entering the ey...

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