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Nasonex
...  system problems like fungal infections, bacterial or viral infections. Nasonex reduces the body’s capacity to combat infections. People who have had nasal surgery, nasal damage or even nasal septum ulcer may not be advised to take Nasonex. Also, they have to be under careful monitoring. Prescriptions, too, would be issued based on the seriousness of the patient’s condition. Nasonex  ...

Runny Nose
...  high fever. Aside from the two most common causes of a runny nose, there are other reasons why children suffer from this nasal problem. Some of these other causes are nasal polyps, deviated septum, enlarged adenoids, vasomotor rhinitis (which are triggered by excessive exposure to odours, smoke, foods, and temperature and humidity changes), and rhinitis medicamentosa (which is the  ...

Dysmenorrhea
...  medical conditions: ovarian tumors, infection of the fallopian tubes, endomentriosis, sexually-transmitted infections, fibroids, adenomyosis, hormonal imbalance, imperforated hymen, and vaginal septum. And actions such as the use of intrauterine device and other invasive birth control methods as well as internal scarring can also cause menstrual pain. Dysmenorrhea Treatment Most women use  ...

Heart
...  action. Contracting the atria let the blood flow into the lower ventricles. Each chamber of the heart is its own separate entity. The upper chambers are separated with a thin wall, the interatrial septum, inside the heart. The lower chambers are separated with a thicker interventricle muscular wall. The atria and the ventricles are separated with atrioventricular valves. The two major blood  ...

Nose
...  are found in our nose are called the nostrils. The nostrils are where the air enters the body through inhalation. There is a wall separating the nostrils and the nasal passages which is called the septum. This part of the nose is composed of some pieces of bones which are very thin. This is located deep inside of the nose and close to our skull. The part of the septum that is close to the tip  ...

Conduction System of the Heart
...  impulses around 70 to 80 times per minute. The Atrioventricular Node. This is the second part of the conduction system and is situated in the floor of the right atrium, near the interatrial septum. The cells contained in this node conduct impulses slightly slower than other parts; as a result, there is a brief delay to the impulses that travel in the AV node. The Bundle of His or  ...

Scrotum
...  scrotum is the one that houses the testes and provides structural support. It is a septum, a specialized connective tissue which is responsible for the internal division which leads to the two specific compartments that contain the testes. It is the scrotum alongside the penis that is firmly attached to the urogenital triangle. The anus is comprised within the posterior section of this  ...


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