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Crohn’s Disease
...  disease is an inflammatory disease that affects the gastrointestinal tract, starts at the mouth and ends all the way down in the Anus. It is most common in the lower part of the small intestine, that is why it is categorized as an inflammatory bowel disease, because it generally causes swelling in the intestine that it has infected. This disease is often times hard to diagnose,  ...

Serum Sickness
...  that a person will need antitoxins if ever he or she is exposed to various harmful bacteria and microorganisms. Good examples of antiserum typically derived animals like horses include rabies and tetAnus serum, which can consequently cause serum sickness. Medications like penicillin, cefaclor and sulfa are known to have caused similar adverse reactions in humans. Injected proteins such as  ...

Tetanus
...  is a deadly bacterial disease if not given proper treatment. This disease could be prevented by taking vaccinations- which could be better than treating the disease itself because in most cases, tetAnus could not be completely cured. Normally, tetAnus could be acquired when a person has a wound infected by the bacteria. Symptoms TetAnus could be first seen when a person experiences  ...

Scrotum
...  for the internal division which leads to the two specific compartments that contain the testes. It is the scrotum alongside the penis that is firmly attached to the urogenital triangle. The Anus is comprised within the posterior section of this triangle. It is just behind the base of the penis where the scrotum hangs in its protective sac. It is the scrotum’s responsibility to  ...

Large Intestine
...  length. The large intestine begins where the small intestine ends. It goes all the way, on the right side of the body, until the liver. It then traverses through the abdomen, and goes down to the Anus where it ends. The large intestine’s traverse portion is backed up by mesocolon, a specialized part of the mesentery structure. The large intestine’s role in human digestion is  ...

Perineum
...  perineum is situated in the pelvic region, and it could be recognized by the Anus or the external part of the genitals. Perineum could be recognized in its diamond-like shape when seen downward. It has 2 parts that create its borders namely: symphisis pubis and the coccyx. It is separated in a triangular form, and that area is the urogenital triangle and it surrounds the muscles of the  ...


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