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Celebrex
...  pain and inflammation, which are basically the results of numerous conditions like menstrual pain, arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. Celebrex is also used to treat hereditary polyps found in the colon. Taking Celebrex medications can significantly increase your chances of acquiring life-threatening cardiovascular and blood problems such as strokes and heart attacks. Such conditions are  ...

Crohn’s Disease
...  symptoms of Crohn’s disease may be the following: Diarrhea – the inflammation in the intestine causes the cells around the inflamed area to secrete more salt and water than necessary. the colon is then not able to absorb all of it, resulting in excessive fluidity in one’s stool. Abdominal pain and cramping – this is because portions of your bowel swell due to the  ...

Colorectal Cancer
...  colorectal cancer. This predisposition can also be further triggered by previous history of cancer, obesity, diet high in fat and red meat, and genetics. Benign polyps and other growths in the colon may occasionally turn into malignant ones and thus precipitate colon cancer development. Other precipitating factors that can make someone develop colorectal cancer are diabetes, sedentary  ...

Parasympathetic Division
...  preganglionic innervation involves the facial nerves like the nerves of the eyes, salivary and lacrimal. The sacral preganglionic innervation innervates the nerves in the bladder, lower portion of the colon, the rectum, and the reproductive organs. Protein Receptors Receptors are substances that “receive’ the “message” from the neurotransmitters. These receptors in  ...

Large Intestine
...  The Sections Of The Large Intestine Structural and functional differentiation of the large intestine into smaller parts yield the following categories: the cecum, the rectum, the anal canal and the colon. The cecum is the dilated pouch under the ileocecal valve, the boundary that separates the large intestine from the small intestine, and the barrier that prevents the entry of backwash from  ...

Serous Membranes
...  The space between these two peritoneum is known as the peritoneal cavity. Next to the parietal peritoneum is where the organs the abdominal aorta, the kidneys, the pancreas and the duodenum and the colon are found. Several extrusions from the parietal peritoneum exist to aid organs in suspending from or anchoring into the peritoneal cavity. A serous membrane composed of connective tissue  ...


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