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The Nephron!

The Urinary System - this chart summarizes what flows from the bloodstream to the nephron and back again, and exactly where in the nephron the exchange takes place.

This was in the humor section. There is NOTHING funny about studying renal function!

Chapter Part 1 The Urinary System. This brings me back to IB bio! And the time I passed out in class when Ms. G was talking about dialysis.

A guide to brain injury Repinned by  SOS Inc. Resources  http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

Subdural hematomas are almost always caused by head trauma. What is a subdural hematoma? How is it diagnosed? What causes a subdural hematoma? How is it treated?

Transform your body completely with dumbbell exercises and workouts. - Dumbbell Workout Poster - 4-Week Dumbbell Workout Plan - Workout Calendar - 2 Workout Logs Everything you need in one package to…

Are you missing key exercises in your routine? And is that keeping you from reaching your goal? Our "Dumbbell Workout Poster" will show you the absolute best dumbbell exercises to build the body you w (Fitness Routine For Women)

Looking for online definition of pulmonary function tests in the Medical Dictionary? What is pulmonary function tests? Meaning of pulmonary function tests medical term. What does pulmonary function tests mean?

Restrictive Lung Disease | ... distinguish between obstructive and restrictive pulmonary disorders

Don't miss the integrated approach to the rehabilitation of the respiratory system and thorax course in Cape Town September.The Respiratory System () Thorax Volume diagram with attached definitions

Pulmonary Function Testing Not expiratory coving in emphysema.  Reduced elastic coil makes Palv lower, and flow lower.  Especially on expiration, reduced tethering means airways collapse, resistance is higher, and flow is decreased.

Pulmonary Function Testing Not expiratory coving in emphysema. Reduced elastic coil makes Palv lower, and flow lower. Especially on expiration, reduced tethering means airways collapse, resistance is higher, and flow is decreased.

Turbulent and Laminar Flow

Do thick liquids flow faster than thin liquids? Examine water and syrup's viscosity and inertia to learn about the Reynolds Number, laminar and turbulent flow.