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Daunomycin
...  to sun, fatigue and taste change are other common side effects. DAUNOMYCIN PRECAUTIONS Daunomycin should be given to the patient through a vein with other IV fluids and must never be injected into muscle tissue or underneath the skin. The medicament should never be injected to the spinal cavity as it will cause serious damage to the nerve. Notify your physician if you notice any form of  ...

Daunorrubicina
...  common side effects of the medicament. Daunorrubicina Precautions Daunorrubicina should be given to the patient only through the vein with other IV fluids and it should never be injected into the muscle tissue or under the skin. Do not inject the medicine in the spinal cavity as doing this may result in serious nerve damage. Inform of physician if you develop redness or pain, pruritus or  ...

Heart Attack
...  of an artery. Because of a heart attack’s nature to block out oxygen throughout the body, if left untreated for a long enough period of time, the heart attack may lead to damage to the heart muscle tissue or even death. The symptoms of a heart attack can include sudden pain in the chest with a radiating sensation in one’s left arm and left side of his neck, shortness of breath,  ...

Skeletal Muscles
...  human body consists of three types of muscle tissues: the smooth, the cardiac and the skeletal muscles. The smooth muscles make up the muscle tissues in hollow organs in the body, such as the stomach, gastro-intestinal tract and uterus; The cardiac muscle is located in the heart; and lastly, the skeletal muscles are found attached to bones. To understand the skeletal muscles, here is a  ...

Scrotum
...  and is covered with very soft skin. Sebaceous glands are contained within the scrotum. The scrotal muscles are the reasons for the varying appearance of the 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.  ...

Large Intestine
...  as the exit to the body. The wastes deposited in the anal canal are being regulated by two sphincter muscles, both voluntary and involuntary muscles. The internal sphincter is made up of smooth muscle tissues. The external sphincter is formed by skeletal muscles. Anal columns are the long partitions of vascular mucous membranes along the anal canal. The large intestine and the small  ...

Tunics
...  connective tissues referred to as lamina propria. The lamina propria is home to lymph nodules - which help the body fight diseases and infections. Just outside this tissue is the layers of very thin muscle tissue known as muscularis mucosae. It regulates the involuntary actions of undulating and churning to let food pass doen the gullet properly. The mucosa has goblet cells which continually  ...

Uterine Tubes
...  of histological material. The lumen’s internal mucosa lines are created by multiple folds of cilia laden columnar epithelium. The muscularis is the middle layer that’s covered by smooh muscle tissue, and filled with a circular layer of the same types of tissue. The oocyte floats down the lumen due to the peristaltic contractions of the muscularis and the undulation of the cilia.  ...


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