Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone System 2/7

Comes here of this bend. This is the end of, this is the beginning of distal congulated tubule and end of the thick part of ascending limb of loop of henle. Here nature has put a very beautiful system. There are some cells here which are very very slightly modified structure, this group of cells…

Chronic Kidney Disease, Animation

Chronic kidney disease, CKD, is a gradual loss of renal function, typically developing over the course of months or years. Many conditions, both within and outside the kidneys, can cause progressive damage to the kidneys over time, leading to CKD. Of these, most common are diabetes and hypertension, both of which directly damage blood vessels…

Pediatrics – Neonatal Jaundice: By Kristen Hallett M.D.

Jaundice, a yellowing of the skin and conjunctiva, is common in newborns, and usually is benign. However, some instances of neonatal jaundice are early signs of a serious underlying disorder. It is critical to differentiate benign physiological jaundice from that of a pathological process. Jaundice is caused by an elevated level of unconjugated bilirubin in…

Atherosclerosis (2009)

Atherosclerosis is a life threatening disease that may have begun to develop during childhood This condition is a process in which deposits of fatty material called plaque, build up inside the walls of arteries reducing or completely blocking blood flow. In extreme cases, this disease can lead to a heart attack or a stroke. Risk…

Osteoporosis | Nucleus Health

The skeleton is made up of bones, which provide support and shape to the body. They protect soft internal organs, such as the brain, and heart, from injury. Together with muscles, strong bones enable the body to move freely. Bones have a solid outer surface, called compact bone. The inner bone is called spongy bone,…