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Contraception
...  transmitted diseases, or STD. To name a few of these methods, there are male and female condoms, birth pills, IUD or intrauterine devices, barrier methods such as cervical caps, vaginal rings, diaphragms, surgical methods such as tubal ligation for women and vasectomy for men, and many others. In most cases, contraception is the woman’s responsibility, except in cases when male  ...

Heart
...  cavity known as mediastinum. As a rule, 2/3 of the heart is positioned to the left from the logical center of the body. The heart’s cone shaped or the apex is on the bottom protruding into the diaphragm. At the heart’s base or its superior broad end the largest blood vessels are connected. There is dense fibrous connective tissue surrounding and protecting the heart named the  ...

Liver
...  liver is the most crucial part of the body located inside the diaphragm and is kept safe as it resides inside the rib cage. It plays a vital role in the growth, immunization, nutrition, and reproduction. A liver disease can disrupt any of these vital processes. Let us see the structure, positioning, and some functions of the liver. It is the biggest internal organ of the adult human body. The  ...

Lungs
...  and the airways is to bring in fresh air, rich in oxygen and as well as to get rid of carbon dioxide waste made by the cells. They also regulate the concentration of hydrogen ions in the blood. The diaphragm and the intercostal muscles, which are the muscles located between the ribs, contract and expand the chest cavity as you inhale. The pressure in the chest cavity below the outside pressure  ...

Eyeball
...  have brown to black iris, it means more melanin is in your eyes. The melanin protects your eyes from too much light. When the light enters the pupil, the iris functions the same way like the iris diaphragm in the microscope. It regulates the amount of light entering the eyes. It accomplishes the task with the aid of the smooth muscles sphincter pupillae and the dilator pupillae. Retina The  ...

Skeletal Muscles
...  at the absence of your control. However, there are some skeletal muscles that are, at the same time, subconsciously controlled. Even without asking them to contract, they shorten. An example is the diaphragm that causes you to inhale and exhale air, even without consciously controlling it. Location and Function You see the striated muscles in parts of your body where there is bone, such the  ...

Abdominal Aorta
...  many major organs and body parts in the abdominal area, it is easy to see its significance in the human circulatory system as a whole. The abdominal aorta starts out nearly at the same level as the diaphragm. It is located behind the diaphragm and it crosses the aortic hiatus near the T12 vertebral level. From there, it goes down in the anterior section of the vertebral column and the posterior  ...

Branches Of the Aorta Thoracic Section
...  thoracic aorta is situated inside the posterior mediastinal cavity, and has a radius that measures about 1.16 centimeters. From the thoracic cavity to the diaphragm, the aorta’s thoracic section continues the aortic arch. The blood supply maintained by aortic arch’s numerous branches is benefited by the organs and muscles situated in the thoracic region. Here are the branches of  ...

Branches Of The Aorta Abdominal Region
...  aorta abdominal region is located between the diaphragm and the fourth lumbar vertebrate. This region is separated into left and right common iliac arteries. Composing the first branch of the aorta abdominal region are the inferior phrenic arteries, then the celiac trunk. The celiac trunk is solitary and is composed of three arteries namely: splenic artery, left gastric artery and the common  ...


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