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Soma
...  of sitting idly in front of computers, or by attending to all the commands of the employer. Soma is actually a brand name for the drug Carisoprodol. Carisoprodol works in a way that it becomes a Skeletal muscle relaxant to soothe the muscle pains of every person. It is usually found in a colourless crystalline powder with a characteristic odour that adds to the already bitter taste of the  ...

Abiplatin
...  numbness in their hands and feet, as well as a loss of motor function. This side effect usually disappears a few months after the conclusion of the treatment. Muscle cramps, described as involuntary Skeletal muscle contraction, have also been stated to occur, as well as loss of hearing and taste. In cases after greater dosage and more prolonged therapy, damage affecting the kidney and other  ...

Skeletal Muscles
...  you will see cylindrically-shaped cells. The cell is multi-nucleated; meaning, you will see several nuclei even in a single cell. The location of the nucleus is on the side. When you look at the Skeletal muscle on a cross-sectional view, you will better appreciate the numerous nuclei found on the side of the fibers. Skeletal muscles are also known as striated muscles. The alternating dark  ...

Scrotum
...  scrotum. It is through a layer of smooth muscle tissue known as dartos which is positioned underneath the scrotum’s skin. The spermatic cord creates the base for a small amount of the bands of Skeletal muscle found within the scrotum. This helps to create the spermatic cord, a fascia tube which encompasses the testicular nerves, vessels and ductus deferens. Different temperatures may  ...

Pons
...  pons relay a variety impulses within the brain, and is located in the metencephalon. Just like the pons, the cerebellum could also be found there. The metencephalon then controls the Skeletal muscle contraction. The distinct characteristic of the pons is its circular bulge which lies on the brain’s inferior side. It could be seen between the medulla oblongata and the midbrain. It is  ...

Tongue
...  the body with swallowing during chewing. The tongue is also responsible for the sense of taste and the formation of speech. This organ’s structural formation is actually simple - it is a large Skeletal muscle that’s covered by a mucous membrane. The intrinsic muscles of the tongue make it possible for it to move up and down, and in and out. It may seem like the whole of it is found  ...


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