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Nexium
...  its active ingredient. Esomeprazole works by causing a chemical reaction that can stop the actions of the proton pump, an acid-producing system in your stomach. This chemical reaction in the parietal cells also prevents your proton pump from expelling too much acid that can harm and damage your esophagus. Whenever you buy Nexium generic online and use it to treat the symptoms of GERD,  ...

Glioblastoma Multiforme
...  behavioral changes inability to concentrate and act appropriately (usually evident in frontal or temporal lobe located tumors) inability to speak coherently (aphasia) loss of sensation (when the parietal lobe is involved) generalized body weakness cognitive impairment loss of vision It rarely happens, but it is possible that GBM will develop in an adult’s brainstem. This will lead to  ...

Pernicious Anemia
...  especially dairy products, meat, sea foods, and poultry products. The body will lack Vitamin B12 if there is deficiency in intrinsic factor, one of the proteins present in the body, and is made by parietal cells in the lining of the stomach. It is the atrophic gastritis which could be responsible for the malabsorption of Vitamin B12 in the gastrointestinal tract. This causes parietal cells to  ...

Heart
...  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 parietal pericardium. It looks like a loose sac around the muscle and is filled with special pericardial fluid ensuring smooth heart movements in a state of suspension within the sac. There are also  ...

Stomach
...  be well-digested in the stomach because the gastric juice would aid in breaking it down. Perhaps the most important substance in gastric juice is the hydrochloric acid. This is being produced in the parietal cells. These cells are located in the stomach wall and there are almost a billion of these cells in the stomach wall. The hydrochloric acid is a strong acid that aids in the breaking down of  ...

Serous Membranes
...  are primarily responsible for secreting enough fluid lubrication for the purpose of digestion. The serous membranes have two segments - the visceral segment (which house the internal organs) and the parietal segment (which line the body wall). The serous membranes that take care of the lungs are called pleurae, and those that look after the abdominal cavity are called peritoneum (or peritoneal  ...


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