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This PowerPoint Review Game covers material in my Endocrine and Reproductive System Lesson Bundles that I offer on TpT. This Review Game is one ...

Cooper's ligament: suspensory ligament that when infiltrated by breast cancer may cause retraction of the overlying skin

Cooper's ligament: suspensory ligament that when infiltrated by breast cancer may cause retraction of the overlying skin

The Organ of Corti (organum spirale) is the sensory epithelium in the cochlea. It is located on the vestibular surface of the basilar membrane. It contains hair cells that covert sound vibrations into nerve impulses, which are transmitted to the brain via Cranial Nerve VIII. The Organ of Corti is named after Alfonso Corti, an Italian anatomist, who first described the structure in 1851. He studied the mammalian auditory system, and has other eponyms in the ear: Tunnel and Rods of Corti.

The Organ of Corti (organum spirale) is the sensory epithelium in the cochlea. It is located on the vestibular surface of the basilar membrane. It contains hair cells that covert sound vibrations into nerve impulses, which are transmitted to the brain via Cranial Nerve VIII. The Organ of Corti is named after Alfonso Corti, an Italian anatomist, who first described the structure in 1851. He studied the mammalian auditory system, and has other eponyms in the ear: Tunnel and Rods of Corti.

10 Foods that Increase Sperm CountPositiveMed | Positive Vibrations in Health

10 Foods that Increase Your Sperm Count

10 Foods that Increase Sperm CountPositiveMed | Positive Vibrations in Health

22 Things Most People Misunderstand About Fertility - good to know for work

22 Things You Should Know About Fertility

22 Things Most People Misunderstand About Fertility - good to know for work

The Ligament of Treitz (musculus suspensorius duodeni), or suspensory muscle of the duodenum, is a thin muscle that marks the location of the duodenojejunal junction.  The muscle is attached inferiorly to the third and fourth portions of the duodenum, and superiorly to connective tissue in the region around the superiory mesenteric and celiac arteries.  The Ligament of Treitz was first described in 1853 by Dr. Václav Treitz, a professor of pathological anatomy in Prague.

The Ligament of Treitz (musculus suspensorius duodeni), or suspensory muscle of the duodenum, is a thin muscle that marks the location of the duodenojejunal junction. The muscle is attached inferiorly to the third and fourth portions of the duodenum, and superiorly to connective tissue in the region around the superiory mesenteric and celiac arteries. The Ligament of Treitz was first described in 1853 by Dr. Václav Treitz, a professor of pathological anatomy in Prague.

Lacunar (Gimbernat's) ligament Pectineal (Coopers) ligament

Lacunar (Gimbernat's) ligament Pectineal (Coopers) ligament

For thousands of women, waiting for the first tell-tale signs of a successful implantation can be nerve wracking. While timelines can be attached and dates given that you should expect symptoms should it be successful, unfortunately nothing is ever exact. In fact, after implantation, the egg will ge

For thousands of women, waiting for the first tell-tale signs of a successful implantation can be nerve wracking. While timelines can be attached and dates given that you should expect symptoms should it be successful, unfortunately nothing is ever exact. In fact, after implantation, the egg will ge

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