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Instead of writing pan d 2times for 3 days .. I wrote 3times of two days.... Should I be worried ?
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I had been experiencing lower abdominal pain similar to menstrual cramps for 2 days then on the third day I had low fever ...after that I am no longer experiencing lower abdominal pain only a dull throbing pain at the left side of my lower abdomen...with fever I am also experiencing chills...can someone tell me what is happening with me ...I am so scared right now...I also have an exam in three weeks...please someone help me...
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#introduction_To_The_Human_Body #MUSCULAR_SYSTEM #part_one *Muscle cells (fibers) produce contractions(shortenings in length) that result in movement, maintenance of posture, changes in shape, or the propulsion of fluids through hollow tissues or organs. here are three diferent types of muscle: • Skeletal: striated muscle ibers that are attached to bone and are responsible for movements of the skeleton (sometimes simplistically referred to as voluntary muscle). • Cardiac: striated muscle ibers that make up the walls of the heart and proximal portions of the great veins where they enter the heart. • Smooth: nonstriated muscle ibers that line various organ systems (gastrointestinal, urogenital, respiratory), attach to hair follicles, and line the walls of most blood vessels (sometimes simplistically referred to as involuntary muscle). Skeletal muscle is divided into fascicles (bundles), which are composed of muscle ibers (muscle cells). The muscle fiber cells contain longitudinally oriented myoibrils that run the full length of the cell. Each myoibril is composed of many myoilaments, which are composed of individual myosin (thick ilaments) and actin (thin ilaments) that slide over one another during muscle contraction. contraction. *Skeletal muscle moves bones at their joints and possesses an origin (the muscle’s ixed or proximal attachment) and an insertion (the muscle’s movable or distal attachment). In a few instances, the muscle’s origin moves more than its insertion. At the gross level, anatomists classify muscle on the basis of its shape: • Flat: muscle that has parallel ibers, usually in a broad lat sheet with a broad tendon of attachment called an aponeurosis. • Quadrate: muscle that has a four-sided appearance. • Circular: muscle that forms sphincters that close of tubes or openings. • Fusiform: muscle that has a wide center and tapered ends. • Pennate: muscle that has a feathered appearance (unipennate, bipennate, or multipennate forms). —————————————————— ✍🏻رضا جعليك
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