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Male Reproductive System

Male Reproductive System

Preservation of the human life not only depends on the pregnancy of females alone. This will not be possible without the help of the male species and their share in reproduction. The different sex organs of the male are functioning in harmony to produce and ejaculate seminal fluid into the female reproductive system during sex. […]

Anatomy and Physiology of the Liver

Anatomy and Physiology of the Liver

The Liver is one of two principal accessory organs of the digestive system. Its metabolic capabilities is so crucial for maintaining several of the body’s critical functions that a wide array of physiologic disturbances occur when there is  damage to the liver. Anatomy The adult human liver normally weighs between 1.0- 2.5 kilograms and is […]

Respiratory System- Anatomy and Physiology

Respiratory System- Anatomy and Physiology

The respiratory system deals with ventilation and perfusion of tissues through the gas exchange process. It is composed of several essential structures contributing to its functionality.It involves the upper and lower airways, the lungs, the bony thorax, and the respiratory muscles. a. The upper airways – these includes the nose, mouth, and the laryngo- pharynx […]