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The autonomic nervous system is responsible for maintaining and controlling the involuntary effectors of the human body. This means that smooth muscles and involuntary actions, such as the heart, are regulated by the part of the nervous system
Great view of how your ears connect to your nose & throat
Paranasal Sinuses are known as air cavities, which in the nasal cavity are paired, between certain bones in the skull. The bones which surround these sinuses and create the cavity are also responsible for the naming of the particular sinus.
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Viewing your sinuses and how they open up as you age. Note the red line on his left is supposed to represent the eustachian tube going from his nasopharynx to his middle ear
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A lymph node is an immune system organ that is widely distributed throughout various places in the body.
Urethral catheterization is a routine procedure performed with a thin plastic tube inserted via urethra into the bladder for the purpose of urine drainage, obtaining a sterile urine specimen or instilling medications or irrigations into the urinary t
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Looking at the tympanic membrane in your baby
Neurotransmitters - organ included in Autonomic Nervous System.