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AcuTip for ‘Constipation’

AcuTip for ‘Constipation’

Hi I’m Jasmine Modi & today we are going to talk about constipation. There is a simple technique which can tell us whether we are constipated or not. Stretch your thumb & fingers like this. Little below the web, try and search for a lump. If you do not find

Peritoneal Cavity – Part 4 – Intraperitoneal and Retroperitoneal Organs – Anatomy Tutorial

Peritoneal Cavity – Part 4 – Intraperitoneal and Retroperitoneal Organs – Anatomy Tutorial

So which organs are intraperitoneal? We’ve got the liver, the spleen, the stomach, the first part of the duodenum. We’ve got the jejunum and ileum. So all these loops of intestine. Then the transverse colon is obviously intraperitoneal. We’ve got the sigmoid colon, which is intraperitoneal. And the superior parts

Abdominal Distension: The 6 Fs that can help your diagnosis

Abdominal Distension: The 6 Fs that can help your diagnosis

The approach to a patient with abdominal distention needs to be viewed in the appropriate clinical context. I can’t emphasize enough the importance of a good history which will determine your level of concern in working your patient up. As a gastroenterologist, many patients who see me in clinic have

Top 6 Reasons Why Juicing is Better than Blending

Top 6 Reasons Why Juicing is Better than Blending

Alright! This is John Kohler with discountjuicers.com, today we have another exciting episode for you and what we’re doing today is we’re going to share with you guys the top six reasons why juicing is definitely better than blending. You know I have made videos on this topic in the

Cold & Flu Care : How to Fight a Cold Naturally

Cold & Flu Care : How to Fight a Cold Naturally

It’s very common today to use natural remedies to fight many different types of diseases. Including that of the common cold. Hi I’m Dr. Savage. I’m an osteopathic family practice physician from Tampa. A lot of people tend to turn to things such as Vitamin C, Zinc or Echinacea to

Orientation to the Norovirus Capsid

Orientation to the Norovirus Capsid

Orientation to the Norovirus Capsid Viral capsids are essentially protective shells made of proteins that encase the delicate viral genome. The norovirus capsid is made up of 180 copies of a single protein, which spontaneously arrange themselves into 60 equilateral triangular sides. The formal name for this arrangement is a

Cystic fibrosis – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Cystic fibrosis – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Learning medicine is hard work! Osmosis makes it easy. It takes your lectures and notes to create a personalized study plan with exclusive videos, practice questions and flashcards, and so much more. Try it free today! You’re probably aware that cystic fibrosis, or CF, is a genetic disorder that affects