Anatomy Essay Topics

Chemistry and Anatomy

My life began as a simple and talented student in Geneva. My father was Alphonse Frankenstein, who was a wealthy, rich and benevolent man. I was the first son of my father, Alphonse Frankenstein. My mother Caroline visited a beautiful orphan girl, Elizabeth Lavenza, fair-haired girl. She was adopted by my family and was my… View Article

Overview of the Skeletal System

This document is not meant to be a substitute for a formal laboratory report. The Lab Report Assistant is simply a summary of the experiment’s questions, diagrams if needed, and data tables that should be addressed in a formal lab report. The intent is to facilitate students’ writing of lab reports by providing this information… View Article

The Knee Joint Paper

Of the joints in the human body, the knee joint is the most susceptible to injuries. Because this joint carries much of the body weight, and beside the fact that it was designed to do much of the human activities, the knee joint accounts for the most common joint injuries. Its two primary motions are… View Article

A Study Of Anatomy And Psychology

The procedure in lifting the leg to climb a stair is a complex one which involves a huge amount of technology inter-transfer between the brain and the eventual skeletal muscle. There is initiation of the movement at the brain which is transmitted via specialized white fibre tracts to the hip flexors via the intermediate spinal… View Article

Role of Ammonia in Hepatic Encephalopathy

The human liver is truly amazing, however little is ever said about the organ. Most people probably wouldn’t be able to locate their liver if they’re asked to do so. The second largest organ in the body and weighing about 3 pounds, the liver is located right under your rib cage on the right side… View Article

Topic Related to Anatomy/Physiology

Bone marrow transplantation is a procedure in which healthy marrow tissue from an appropriate donor is transferred to the recipient, who has a diseased bone marrow that is not able to function properly[i].  They are procedures performed to restore the stem cells in the bone marrow that may have been destroyed by disease, may be… View Article

Total Knee Arthroplasty

Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) or total knee replacement is a surgery in which a diseased, worn out or a damaged joint is replaced with an artificial one known as ‘joint prosthesis’.  The degenerated surfaces of the joint are removed and replaced with artificial joint articulating surfaces.  Several materials have been utilized to replace the joint. … View Article

Disc Arthroplasty

Degenerative disc disease have been a problem for many people as this disease brings about low back pain that seems to paralyze the working force,  the middle adulthood population (Smeltzer, 2004). Not only does it bring impaired quality of life to those who suffer from it, but Arvind Kulkarni adds large health care expenses to… View Article

Total Knee Arthroplasty

Etiology and Pathology             The knee functions as a type of biological transmission whose purpose is to accept and transfer range of loads between and among the femur, patella, tibia, and fibula without causing structural or metabolic damage. Arthritic knees are like living transmissions with worn bearings that have limited capacity to safely accept and… View Article

Hassan’s Story

1. The 2 types of major surface markings that bones have are depression/openings and processes. 2. The skull bone in which metopic sutures are found is within the skull of a new born, that’s one reason why Liu and Hassan were surprised to find metopic sutures in an adult skull. The other reason is because… View Article

Hassan’s Story

A. Baru is using surface markings to identify the gender of a skull. What two major types of surface markings do bones have? a. The depressions and openings. B. Why are Liu and Hassan surprised to find a metopic suture on an adult skull? In which skull bone do metopic sutures occur? b. Because right… View Article

Parkinsons and Huntingtons disease

How is the motor system organized? What are the neurological bases of Parkinsons and Huntingtons disease?             The motor system of the human anatomy is mainly rooted in the interaction of the nervous and muscular system wherein the interaction between the organs involved in the two enables the human body to move and react towards… View Article

Lab Report- Iworx Hm Agonist/Antagonist Muscles

In this first iWorx lab, students studied and observed agonist and antagonist muscles. Agonist, which are also known as prime movers, are the main muscles that are responsible for bringing two bones closer. The antagonist, is the muscle that relaxes as the agonist contracts. The lab was a physical example to show students which muscle… View Article

Bones and Muscles

Articular cartilage – is a white, smooth tissue which covers the ends of bones in joints. Periosteum – is a fibrous sheath that covers bones. It contains the blood vessels and nerves that provide nourishment and sensation to the bone. Cortical bone – forms the outer shell of all bone and also the shafts in… View Article

Types of Joints

Ball-and-socket joint: Consists of a bone with a globular or slightly egg-shaped head that articulates with the cup-shaped cavity of another bone. Such a joint allows a wider range of motion than does any other kind, permitting movements in all planes, as well as rotational movement around a central axis. The hip and shoulder contain… View Article