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Celebrex
...  pain and inflammation, which are basically the results of numerous conditions like menstrual pain, arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. Celebrex is also used to treat hereditary polyps found in the colon. Taking Celebrex medications can significantly increase your chances of acquiring life-threatening cardiovascular and blood problems such as strokes and heart attacks. Such conditions are  ...

Crohn’s Disease
...  of Crohn’s disease may be the following: Diarrhea – the inflammation in the intestine causes the cells around the inflamed area to secrete more salt and water than necessary. The colon is then not able to absorb all of it, resulting in excessive fluidity in one’s stool. Abdominal pain and cramping – this is because portions of your bowel swell due to the  ...

Endometrial Carcinoma
...  performed by the physician. Additional tests like a complete pelvic and rectal examination, blood chemistry, liver function tests, stoll guiac test, and chest X-ray will also be done accordingly. A colonoscopy will also be indicated once the stool guaiac test comes out with a positive result. Can It Still Be Treated? In the disease’ initial stages, Endometrial Carcinoma is said to be  ...

Colorectal Cancer
...  large intestine, or colon, plays a very important part during digestion. The absorption of minerals and water essential to the body and the elimination of solid wastes within are its primary roles. A person with a functional and healthy colon moves his/her bowels two to three times per day on average. A normal digestive process normally takes 12 to 24 hours. When you see blood in your stools  ...

Acromegaly
...  For instance, the presence of cardiomegaly (the enlargement of the heart) can be the most hazardous situation since the risk for cardiovascular diseases and high blood pressure are both increased. colon cancer, diabetes and pituitary adenoma could also take place during acromegaly. There might be times that those who develop tumors will not be able to experience pituitary gland abnormalities.  ...

Neutropenia
...  B complex. Other treatments include the following: spleen removal (for those suffering Felty’s syndrome), creams and ointments for abrasions and wounds, stool softeners for constipation, colony-stimulating growth supplements for increased production of white blood cells, Corticosteroid treatment, stem cell transplant, Antithymocyte globulin and many others. Alternative Treatment  ...

Parasympathetic Division
...  innervation involves the facial nerves like the nerves of the eyes, salivary and lacrimal. The sacral preganglionic innervation innervates the nerves in the bladder, lower portion of the colon, the rectum, and the reproductive organs. Protein Receptors Receptors are substances that “receive’ the “message” from the neurotransmitters. These receptors in the  ...

Branches Of The Aorta Abdominal Region
...  solitary vessel. It is situated just under the celiac trunk and along the aorta’s anterior abdominal region. This solitary vessel provides blood to the appendix, cecum, part of the transverse colon, ascending colon, and the small intestine. Another branch is the renal arteries, which supplies blood to the kidneys. Suprenal arteries, on the other hand supply blood to the adrenal glands.  ...

Large Intestine
...  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 actually only minor; it just absorbs the leftover food, water and electrolytes. It is more  ...

Serous Membranes
...  small intestine to move freely. This is also what the vessels and the nerves use for passage. A portion of the mesentery is dedicated to serving the large intestine, and it’s called the mesocolon. This is where the peritoneal peritoneum continues to the visceral peritoneum, starting from the large intestine. The space between these two peritoneum is known as the peritoneal cavity. Next  ...


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