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Dr R D Pavalan

Abstract: The whole Relationship of Anatomy with Materia Medica is mainly revolving around the sphere of action of remedies and their localization

Dr  Meera Narendran BHMS,MD(Hom) The lower limbs has superficial and deep veins; the superficial veins are in subcutaneous tissue, and the deep veins are in to the deep fasica and accompany all major arteries. The veins of lowerlimb act as a complex pumping meachani...

Terminologies in surgical practice Anatomical Directions

  • Anterior (ventral) = toward front of body
  • Posterior (dorsal) = toward back of body
  • Medial = toward midline of body
  • Lateral ...

The breast or the mammary gland is the most important structure in the pectoral region. Both men and women have breasts; but they are well developed only in women. It is rudimentary in men. It is well developed in the female after puberty. The breast is a modified swe...

The mouth extends from the lips to the oropharyngeal isthmus which is the junction of the mouth with the pharynx. It is subdivided in to the vestibule, lying between lips and cheeks externally and gums and teeth internally and the mouth cavity...

Pleura Each lung is enclosed in a serous pleural sac consisting two continuous membrane called visceral and parietal pleura. The two layers are continuous with each other around the hilum of the lung and enclose a potential space between them known a...

Dr.Sheeba The adrenal glands are two small flattened bodies of a yellowish color, situated at the back part of the abdomen, behind the peritoneum, and immediately above and in front of the upper end of each kidney. The right one is somewhat triangula...

Health  is  a   condition  in  which  the   spiritual   Vital   Force   rules  with  unbounded sway and retains all parts of the organism in admirable, harmonious,        vital  operations     as  regards     to  both   sensations...

Dr Sunila BHMS,MD(Hom) The suprarenal (adrenal) glands are two small bodies of a yellowish colour, flattened anteroposteriorly and situated one on each side of the median plane, behind the peritoneum, and immediately anterosuperior to the superior po...

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The central nervous system  consists of the brain and the spinal cord immersed in the c...

Dr Sunila BHMS,MD(Hom) Three separate synovial joints; median and two laterals, connect the atlas and axis. These joints move as one unit and permit rotation of the atlas along with the entire skull. The atlanto-axial joints are called the joints of ‘no’ or ‘ne...

Dr. Meera Narendran BHMS,MD(Hom)

The uterus is a hollow, thick walled muscular organs - lies in the lesser pelvis normally with its body lying on top of urinary bladder and its neck between the urinary bladder and ...

Dr Meera Narendran  BHMS,MD(Hom)

Hip joint is a strong and stable multiaxial synovial joint of ball and socket type. femoral head is the ball and the acetabulum is the socket Next to the shoulder joint , it is the most movable of ...

Dr P Muhammed Muneer BHMS,MD(Hom)

The two adrenal glands : each of which weighs about 4 grams – lie at the superior poles of the two kidney. Each gland is composed of two distinct...

Dr P Muhammed Muneer BHMS,MD(Hom)

Anatomy of Facial Nerve The facial nerve has a motor and sensory root, the latter being the nervus intermedius. The two roots emerge at the caudal ...

Dr Smitha Madavan  BHMS,MD(Hom)

It is highly vascular , largest endocrine ductless gland lies deep to the sternothyroid and sternohyoid muscles from the level of C5-T1 vertebrae.It consists of two l...

Dr  Jyothi K  BHMS, MD(Hom)

Wrist joint This joint is also called radio-carpal joint. It is a synovial joint of ellipsoid type, formed by the articulation of the distal end of the radius and the...

Dr.Anitha MA   BHMS,MD(Hom) Dr Padiyar Homoeopathic Medical College. Kerala The inferior venacava conveys blood to the right atrium from all the structures below the diaphragm. It is formed by the union of common iliac veins at fifth lumbar verte...

Dr Binu K BHMS,MD(Hom) The pharynx is a wide muscular tube situated behind the nose, the mouth, and the larynx. Clinically it is considered as a part of upper respiratory passage where infections are common. The upper part of the pharynx transmits on...

Dr Bindu K   BHMS,MD(Hom) Functions of brain can be studied by dividing it into different lobes (frontal lobe, parietal lobe, temporal lobe and occipital lobe.) or by dividing it into different areas based on histological structural differences (ie...

Dr Ameer Khalid BHMS,MD(Hom)

Olfactory Nerve CN – I Purely sensory and are concerned with smell. The olfactory cells reside in the mucosa of the superior nasal concha & the upper part of t...

Dr Anitha MA   BHMS,MD(Hom) Dr.Padiyar Homoeopathic Medical College. Kerala

The two principal arteries that supply the face are the facial artery and superficial temporal artery. In addition many branches of the ophthalmic and m...

Dr Anitha M.A MD(Hom) DrPadiyar Memorial Homoeopathic Medical College.Kerala

The term hydrocephalus refers to an excessive amount of cerebro spinal fluid with consequent dilatation of the ventricular system usuall...

BRACHIAL PLEXUS: Roots, Trunks, Divisions, Cords, Branches Randy Travis Drinks Cold Beers. Robert Taylor Drinks Cold Beer. CRANIAL NERVES: I-optic, II-olfactory, III-oculomotor, IV-trochlear, V-trigeminal, VI-abducens, VII-facial, VIII-acoustic (vestibuloco...