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Viagra
...  offers you a wide range of brand pills and Generic Viagra. Viagra and its generics share the same chemical formula and have the same effect on human body. It works increasing blood flow in the pelvis minor and relaxing penis muscle to let the blood cause erection. A certain sexual stimulation becomes the trigger of the process and then brand or generic Viagra ensures full-fledged erection  ...

Bladder Cancer
...  urine excreted by the body on an interval is being stored inside the urinary bladder. Shaped like a little balloon, this organ is situated near the pelvis. Cancer in this part of the body does have a high survival chance as long as it is detected early. But once it has metastasized to other organs, then treating it would be a really tall order. This type of cancer has a higher occurrence rate  ...

Acromegaly
...  on them to perform the exact same function the MRI is supposed to do. If tumors cannot be found in the pituitary gland, doctors will usually resort to widening the tumor search. Areas like the pelvis, the abdomen, the chest, and the brain are all explored. Treatments Available The main objectives of during acromegaly treatment are normalize production of growth hormone, relieve the  ...

Pagets Disease
...  and the severity of this disease might also depend on the bone density of the person. More often, Paget’s disease affects a single part of the body. It could be the hip, the legs, the arm, pelvis, collarbone or spine. Special Cases There are rare cases in which the skull is the one affected by the disease. This case is dangerous, because the deformity could affect hearing and even the  ...

Penis
...  is a unique human organ having many functions. In a state of erection penis is used as the copulatory organ necessary for reproduction. Penis is located on the front part of pelvis suspended from the perineum. Combined with the scrotum penis make up the external male genitalia. As a copulative organ penis responds to any sexual stimulation. Its muscle relaxes and penis gets filled with  ...

Blood
...  restrict the flow of blood through the blood vessels. Hemopoiesis is a vitally important process of creating of new blood cells. Bone marrow located in bones of the skull, the humeri, ribs, femora, pelvis, and sternum is responsible for forming platelets, erythrocytes, and granular leukocytes. Agranular leukocytes are created in the spleen, lymph nodes, tonsils and thymus. As soon as the blood  ...

Leg
...  muscles and bones. Among the major bones found in the human legs are the femur, tibia, patella, and fibula. The femur is the bone located in the thighs and it is the bone that connects to the pelvis. This forms the hip joint, which meets the shin of the lower legs at the joint of the knee. The tibia is the bone for the shin, or also popularly known as the shinbones. This bone is the one  ...

Peripheral Ganglia
...  ganglia are found near target organs in the upper area of the body, more specifically, in the head. You can also find them in the abdomen, thorax, stomach, spleen, and liver kidney along the pelvis area, which act as the target organs. The genital organs and small intestines are also involved and they respond to innervations initiated by the postganglionic neurons. The peripheral  ...

Parasympathetic Division
...  bodies located in the oculomotor nerve, brainstem, vagus nerve, facial nerve, glossopharyngeal nerve, and in the spinal cord. The terminal ganglia are found in the walls of the target organs at the pelvis, thorax and abdomen or in the head. Preganglionic neurons are produced in the spinal column and the brain. Majority of the neurons in the parasympathetic division originate from the midbrain,  ...

Arteries of the Pelvis
...  network of small arterial branches that branch out from the internal iliac artery. The pelvic wall gets its blood supply from the lateral sacral arteries as well as the iliolumbar artery. Within the pelvis are several visceral organs that get their blood supply from the middle rectal artery and other arteries that serve the bladder and the superior, middle and inferior vesicular arteries. The  ...


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