Outline the structure of the main tissues of the body Below, I will produce an assignment on the main tissues of the body. There are four main tissues and I will be explaining them in detail below, using key words, which will show I understand the tissues and what the key words mean in this context. The four main tissues are: * Epithelial * Connective * Muscle * Nervous Epithelial Epithelia are the lining of the internal and external surfaces and cavities. This includes tubes or channels, which would be carrying secretions from the glands in our body. The epithelia can be made of several layers, which would be made of cells.
HSC 3051 UNDERTAKE TISSUE VIABILITY RISK ASSESNENTS Understand the need for tissue viability risk assessment Describe the anatomy and physiology of healthy skin http://bp3.blogger.com/_e-mPA_6ZQyg/R5osT7sMM1I/AAAAAAAAGIo/xq-t_lNiMGk/s400/Skin.jpg Skin is the largest organ in the body and accounts for about 15% of the body’s weight. The chemical composition, of skin is about 70% water, 25% protein and 2% lipids. The remainder includes trace minerals, nucleic acids, glycosaminoglycans, proteoglycans and numerous other chemicals. The skin consists of three main layers: The Epidermis: This is the outer layer of skin, and has a thickness between.05 mm (eyelids) and1.5 mm (palms and soles) It is made up of 5 layers. They are from bottom to top: stratum basale stratum spinosum stratum granulosum stratum licidum stratum corneum Cells in the stratum basale are shaped like columns.
This approach is best for pulmonology because the structure of this study lies within the superior part of the body when divided by the transverse plane. The body cavity is the study of the body cavities and the organs in the cavities. This approach is used when studying certain organs in the body and how a disease affects different organs. This approach is best for gastroenterology because all of the structures located within this study are located within the body cavities of the human body. The quadrants and regions divide the lower torso into four sections and nine region sections to identify the areas where internal organs are placed.
The abdominopelvic cavity is home to some of the accessary organs of the digestive system. The first of these in sight is the tiny, ovoid-shaped appendix (Pubmed 2011). The kidneys, gallbladder, and liver are spotted, and the large intestine is seen winding throughout the area. The stomach is visible and positioned superior to the
Unit 5 Anatomy and Physiology for Health And Social Care Assignment Brief P1 Produce a poster for your peer group which explains and organelle and the range of organelles in a human cell and their functions. Your poster should make use of visual imagery and should be annotated in a way that would help your peer group understand the structure and function of a cell. You should include the following organelles in your poster: ▪ Nucleus ▪ Cytoplasm ▪ Mitochondria ▪ Endoplasmic reticulum (smooth and rough) ▪ Golgi apparatus ▪ Lysosome P2 Produce a written report which describes the four main tissue types in the body and the role that they play in two named organs of the body. Your report should cover the following tissue types: ▪ Epithelial – simple and compound ▪ Connective – blood, cartilage, bone, areolar, adipose ▪ Muscle – striated, non-striated, cardiac ▪ Nervous – neurones, neoroglia In your report you should give examples of where each tissue type might be found in the body and should describe the role of each of these tissue types in the following organs: ▪ The Heart and ▪ The Lungs P3 Produce a series of diagrams, to be displayed in your local health centre, that provide an overview of the systems of the body. Each diagram should be annotated and contain the following information: ▪ A brief description of the function of the body system ▪ The main organs involved in each of the systems The body systems that you should include for P3 are: ▪ Cardiovascular ▪ Respiratory ▪ Digestive ▪ Renal ▪ Nervous ▪ Endocrine ▪ Reproductive ▪ Lymphatic ▪ Musculo-skeletal ▪ Immune P4 In your role as a health and social care professional in a respite care home you have been asked
The color of the kidney comes from small capillaries that release blood into the kidney walls to give it a reddish-brown look. The kidney is divided into two main areas, a light outer area called the renal cortex, and a darker inner area called the renal medulla. There is a cavity attached to the indented side of the kidney, called the Renal Pelvis which extends into the ureter. Each Kidney is
VR66 - ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY OF SKIN AND HAIR 1. Draw and label a diagram of the Epidermis. 2. Draw and label a diagram of the dermal and subcutaneous layer Of the skin Please make sure that you include all the things from the table below. 3.
Research the case by using text reference ( Prescott, Harley, and Klein)and Internet resources that are included with case studies. Additional medical resources should also be documented. 3. Write out the answers in complete sentences. The answers should either be hand written on notebook paper( lined) or completed on a word processor.