Angelina

Angelina

English name : Angelina , Korea name : Hye-Lim Jang
Angelina
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A very clear and helpful overview of the different types of joints and their locations. The 6 Types of Joints - Human Anatomy for Artists by Proko

A very clear and helpful overview of the different types of joints and their locations. The 6 Types of Joints - Human Anatomy for Artists by Proko

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joints of the body worksheet | six type of joints in the body and where they are located

joints of the body worksheet | six type of joints in the body and where they are located

Hill-Sachs lesions are a posterolateral humeral head compression fracture, typically secondary to recurrent anterior shoulder dislocations, as the humeral head comes to rest against the anteroinferior part of the glenoid. It is often associated with a Bankart lesion of the glenoid.

Hill-Sachs lesions are a posterolateral humeral head compression fracture, typically secondary to recurrent anterior shoulder dislocations, as the humeral head comes to rest against the anteroinferior part of the glenoid. It is often associated with a Bankart lesion of the glenoid.

Physiology Resorces: skeletal muscle physiology

Physiology Resorces: skeletal muscle physiology

anatomy trains posters

anatomy trains posters

Diagram of muscle tissue. I love this. No wonder we are so strong! Look at all those fibers packed in there! I remember learning this in Anatomy and Physiology and nerding out :-)

Diagram of muscle tissue. I love this. No wonder we are so strong! Look at all those fibers packed in there! I remember learning this in Anatomy and Physiology and nerding out :-)

Hemostasis is the body's natural ability to stop bleeding, the ability to clot blood. The clotting cascade is an example of a positive feedback mechanism in the body because it builds upon itself and gets stronger in order to achieve the desired result.

Hemostasis is the body's natural ability to stop bleeding, the ability to clot blood. The clotting cascade is an example of a positive feedback mechanism in the body because it builds upon itself and gets stronger in order to achieve the desired result.

Introduction to Cellular Respiration

Introduction to Cellular Respiration