Diagram Of Interstitial Fluid

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Diagram Of Interstitial Fluid - extracellular fluid ecf denotes all body fluid outside the cells total body water in humans makes up between 45 to 75 of total body weight about two thirds of this is intracellular fluid within cells and one third is the extracellular fluid the main ponent of the extracellular fluid is the interstitial fluid that bathes cells extracellular fluid is the internal environment of all the human body and even its individual body fluids may be conceptually divided into various fluid partments which although not literally anatomic partments do represent a real division in terms of how portions of the body s water solutes and suspended elements are segregated the two main fluid partments are the intracellular and extracellular partments surfaces and borders of the lung pleura and pleural cavity a pleurae is a two layered serous fluid filled membrane that covers the lungs providing a cushion to protect.
it from trauma and also to facilitate the process of respiration 19 there are two pleurae in the human body covering the two lungs immune system march 2001 introduction fluid systems of the body the blood system the lymph system innate immunity surface barriers or mucosal immunity organs of the male reproductive system encyclop 230 dia britannica inc at copulation or sexual intercourse the erect penis is inserted into the vagina and spermatozoa contained in the seminal fluid are ejaculated into the female genital tract spermatozoa then pass from the vagina through the uterus to the fallopian tube to fertilize the ovum in the outer part of the tube trachea click to enlarge location runs down the neck connects the voice box to the lungs function also known as the windpipe it allows the passage of air into the lungs things that can go wrong choking food or another object be es lodged.
in the windpipe can be deadly tracheitis inflammation of the lining of the windpipe the liver is a vital organ that is essential to human vitality and health it helps to digest food rid toxic substances and absorb vital nutrients that the body needs for survival the steps and timing of human folliculogenesis are shown in fig 2 in women folliculogenesis is a long process 1 2 3 in each menstrual cycle the dominant follicle that ovulates its egg originates from a primordial follicle that was recruited to initiate growth almost 1 year earlier fig 2 in a broad sense there are two types of follicles fig 2 preantral primordial primary continued lung tests chest x ray an x ray is the most mon first test for lung problems it can identify air or fluid in the chest fluid in the lung pneumonia masses foreign bodies and kidney disease occurs when the kidneys cannot function properly there is not.
one type of kidney disease rather a number of different conditions can cause disease and or a loss in kidney function and they have different signs and symptoms depending on how they affect the kidneys

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