Nervous tissue is the term for groups of organized cells in the nervous system, which is the organ system that controls the body’s movements, sends and carries signals to and from the different parts of the body, and has a role in controlling bodily functions such as digestion.
Muscle tissue is composed of cells that have the special ability to shorten or contract in order to produce movement of the body parts. The tissue is highly cellular and is well supplied with blood vessels.
Epithelial tissues are widespread throughout the body. They form the covering of all body surfaces, line body cavities and hollow organs, and are the major tissue in glands. They perform a variety of functions that include protection, secretion, absorption, excretion, filtration, diffusion, and sensory reception.
Morphology, peripheral blood smear, biochemical tests and preliminary investigations for the diagnosis of iron deficiency anemia (IDA)
Ion selective electrode (ISE) is an analytical technique used to determine the activity of ions in aqueous solution by measuring the electrical potential. ISE has many advantages compared to other techniques, including:
List of Basic Calculations/Formulas Used in Clinical and Medical Laboratories for Generate Results and any Other Purpose.
The presence of two or more embryos in the uterus. Twin and higher gestations have increased considerably in the last two decades due to the increased use of ovulation induction agents and assisted reproductive technologies.
Stillbirth is the clinical term for stillbirth used to describe the death of a baby in the womb. The term is generally applied to losses on or after the 20th week of gestation.
Birth defects are generally classified as structural or functional and developmental.
Fetal distress refers to the compromise of the fetus due to an inadequate supply of oxygen or nutrients. This can occur due to maternal, fetal, or placental factors.