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Biaxin
...  Biaxin, also more known as Clarithromycin, is a drug used as treatment for pharyngitis, acute mAxillary sinusitis, tonsillitis, acute bacterial exacerbation of chronic bronchitis, skin and skin structure infections, and pneumonia, especially Chlamydia pneumoniae. Biaxin generic is also sometimes used to treat legionellosis, helicobacter pylori and lyme disease. To buy Biaxin online would  ...

Hodgkins Disease
...  mistaken for being some other disease. The initial symptom usually manifested is lymph node swelling. The neck is the typical location for swelling but it can occasionally be in either or both the Axilla and inguinal-femoral. Symptoms more indicative of Hodgkin’s disease are high-grade fever, night sweats, weight loss, and pruritus. The thing that makes Hodgkin’s disease an  ...

Arteries of the Shoulder
...  structures and compositions of brachial arteries differ from one person to another. However, as a general rule, this artery runs from the shoulder and straight to the elbow. It originates from the Axillary artery, which is located on the lateral border of the body’s first rib. The brachial artery is located at the lower border of the teres major muscle, which is found just beneath the  ...

Brachial Nerve Plexus
...  serve the required coetaneous and muscular innervations for the upper extremities to function. The five most essential nerves of the upper extremities include the ulna nerve, the radial nerve, the Axillary nerve, the median nerve, and the musculo-coetaneous nerve. The posterior cord is the one responsible for yielding the Axillary nerves which, in turn, provides the shoulder joint and skin for  ...

External Carotid Arteries
...  to pass upward and forward. It then reclines backward behind the neck of the mandible. At the neck of the mandible, the external carotid artery divides into the superficial temporal artery and mAxillary artery inside the parotid gland. As the external carotid artery runs upward along the neck, it decreases in size and gives off a number of branches. Branches of the external carotid artery  ...

Upper Extremity Veins
...  and they serve as the main veins of the medial arm region. The brachial vein and the basilica vein meet at the humerus’ point, passing through the ulna vein. This meeting forms the bigger Axillary vein. On the radial side of the arm, draining by the cephalic vein happens, and the blood moves upward to join the Axillary vein, situated in proximity to the shoulder. The Axillary vein  ...

Lips Cheeks And Palate
...  the mouth. It has two parts: the hard palate (the anterior roof of the mouth) and the soft palate (the anterior of the roof of the mouth). The hard palate is formed by the palatine process of the mAxillae and the palatine bones’ horizontal plates. A mucous membrane covers these bones. The ridges along the hard palate are formed by the palatal rugae (also called the transverse palatine  ...

Mammary Glands
...  the second to the sixth ribs. The sternum’s lateral margin allows a gap between the ribs and the edge of each breast. Each of the two glands also trace a route along the anterior margin of the Axilla. They barely hit the Axillary vessels and travel up to the Axilla. Breast cancer develops because of the lymphatic drainage of the Axillary process. The mammary glands are amde up of 15 to 29  ...


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