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The lymphatic system includes a system of lymphatic capillaries, vessels, nodes, and ducts that collects and transports lymph, which is a clear to slightly yellowish fluid, similar to the plasma in blood. The lymphatic system is important for maintaining your body’s fluid balance, and it helps transport some fats. It also works along with the rest of the immune system namely, the leukocytes to fight infections.
In addition to being present in the lymph nodes, lymphatic tissue is also found in a few additional spaces of your body. The lymphoid organs assist the lymphatic system. They include the thymus, spleen, tonsils, and appendix, along with some special tissue in the gut:
The thymus The thymus is located in the thoracic cavity, just under the neck. It’s made up of two lobes of lymphoid tissue. Each lobe has a medulla surrounded by a cortex. The cortex is where immature lymphocytes first go to become T cells, but their maturation finishes in the medulla.
The thymus is large during childhood, but during the early teen years it starts to decrease in size. Why does it get smaller or to be more clinical, involute? No one knows it’s still a mystery.
The spleen The spleen is located in the upper-left part of the abdomen. It’s tucked up under the ribs, so you generally can’t palpate it medically examine by touch unless it’s enlarged.
The spleen’s main function is to filter the blood. It removes old or damaged red blood cells, which are phagocytized by macrophages. The spleen also detects viruses and bacteria and triggers the release of lymphocytes.
The tonsils The tonsils are masses of lymphoid tissue found in the back of the throat and nasal cavity. They’re part of the immune system, so they help fight infections, but removing the tonsils doesn’t appear to increase your risk of infections.
Tonsillitis occurs when the tonsils become infected. They’re usually easy to see by shining a light into your patient’s
Medical Examiner Dr. G explains how most car accident victims die from natural causes before or during the crash.
Lawmakers discuss further problems at the medical examiner's office as well as the state budget.
The State Board of Medicolegal Investigations will meet Saturday to consider hiring a new chief medical examiner.
Sexual harassment allegations were made against the interim chief medical examiner during his tenure in Oklahoma, NEWS 9 has learned.
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Former Cy Young award winner Mike Flanagan died of a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the head, the Maryland medical examiner ruled Thursday. A police investigation revealed that the 59-year-old pitcher was upset about financial issues.
New York Workers' Compensation attorney Michael Pyrros explains your rights during an insurnace company medical examination. While these exams are called "independent medical exams", do not be deceived.
Such exams are paid for and happen exclusively for the benefit of the insurance company. Watch the video now to learn more.
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New leadership will take over a state agency that has been in turmoil for several months now.
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Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, an intelligent, highly skilled investigator and intimidating presence, leads a team of of special agents at the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), whose mission is to investigate any crime that has a shred of evidence connected to Navy and Marine Corps personnel, regardless of rank or position. Working under Gibbs is Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo, a former homicide detective with instincts that come only from working on the streets, and forensics specialist Abby Sciuto, a gifted scientist whose dark wit matches her goth-style hair and clothes. Also assisting the NCIS team is medical examiner Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard, a man who's seen it all and tends to share a bit too much. Together, these special agents travel the globe to investigate all crimes with Navy or Marine Corps ties, from murder to terrorist threats to stolen submarines.
Watch Free Episodes Of NCIS At: *******www.showsforfree**** "Leading the NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) team that operates outside of the military chain of command is Special Agent Jethro Gibbs, a highly skilled investigator and interrogator who is smart, tough and willing to bend the rules to get the job done. Working under Gibbs is Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo, a former homicide detective who joined NCIS just a few years ago but who has instincts that come only from working on the streets. Joining them are Agent Caitlin Todd, a tough former Secret Service agent who's gone head-to-head with Gibbs in the past, and forensics specialist Abby Sciuto, a gifted scientist whose dark wit matches her goth-style hair and clothes. Assisting the team is medical examiner Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard, who knows it all because he's seen it all. From murder and espionage to terrorism and stolen submarines, these special agents travel the globe to investigate all crimes with Navy or Marine Corps ties."
In this clip I am doing the cosmetics on a deceased individual for a viewing before a cremation. The family requested a low cost service with a simple private viewing. Of course I accomodated their wishes.
NOTE: IF you cannot afford an expensive funeral and want a viewing, (and in today's economy, who can?) TELL, (DON'T ASK,) the funeral director to place your loved one a dressing table. Place a pillow under their heads, drape the body with a passing quilt, and make them look comfy. Then hold a simple viewing in some location of the funeral home that is suitable. IT WORKS! It is a CHEAP, EFFECTIVE, and nice way to see your loved one and pay respects in a dignified fashion. You do NOT need to use make-up or embalm a dead body for a viewing in ANY STATE IN MOST CASES. (IF IN DOUBT, CALL YOUR LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT, MEDICAL EXAMINER, CORONER, OR BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTOR/EMBALMER LICENSING.)
Of course you will NOT see the deceased's face in this video or ANY of my videos for that matter but in case you are wondering, YES I do have a signed and notarized release by the family in ALL CASES.
My videos are for educational and information purposes and to some extent, while being done in good taste, entertainment purposes.
In ALL of my videos about the book, I talk in and around the subject of death, dying and the funeral business as a whole, but at no time do I ever show the face of the deceased.
IF you are looking for nasty blood and guts, you have the wrong guy. Let's be respectful people.
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-----Worlds Hairiest Man-----
This walking" bear rug" is 26-year-old Yu Zhenhuan of China, and 96 percent of his body is covered with hair. Yu's pubelike pelt sprouts from everywhere but his palms and soles, to the tune of 41 hairs per square centimeter. What's worse, his mane actually made Yu sick. His locks snaked so far into his ear that they not only caused him earaches and nausea but also cut off a third of his hearing. Luckily, a recent operation cleared out the old growth, which could have spelled trouble for Yu's current career as a rock singer. You GO guy!
-----Worlds Tallest Man-----
The tallest man in medical history for whom there is irrefutable evidence is Robert Pershing Wadlow. He was born at Alton, Illinois, USA, on February 22, 1918, and when he was last measured on June 27, 1940, was found to be 2.72 m (8 ft 11.1 in) tall.Wadlow died at 1:30 a.m. on July 15, 1940, in a hotel in Manistee, Michigan, as a result of a septic blister on his right ankle caused by a brace, which had been poorly fitted only a week earlier. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Alton, in a coffin measuring 3.28 m (10 ft 9 in) long, 81 cm (32 in) wide and 76 cm (30 in) deep.Wadlow's greatest recorded weight was 222.71 kg (35 st 1 lb) on his 21st birthday and he weighed 199 kg (31 st 5 lb) at the time of his death. His shoe size was 37AA (47 cm, 18½ in long) and his hands measured 32.4 cm (12¾ in) from the wrist to the tip of the middle finger. He wore a size 25 ring. His arm span was 2.88 m (9 ft 5¾ in) and his peak daily food consumption was 8000 calories.
-----Worlds Longest Ear Hair-----
Radhakant Bajpai of Naya Ganj, Uttar Pradesh, India, has hair sprouting from the centre of his outer ears
(middle of the pinna) that measures an incredible 13.2 cm (5.19 in) at its longest point. The length of the 50-year-old's pinna
pelt was confirmed by medical examiner Dr. R P Gupta. "Making it to Guinness World Records is indeed a special occasion for me and my family," s
aid Radhakant. "God has been very kind to me."
-----Worlds Smallest Waist-----
Cathie Jung's waist is about the same size as a regular jar of mayonnaise. She's been wearing a corset every day for the past 12 years, and she now wears one 24 hours a day. "I probably have around 100 of them," says the corset queen. Corsets were hugely popular in Victorian times (during the 1800s), when they were often strengthened with pieces of whalebone. Corsets pinch the waist, and if worn for a long time they can permanently alter the shape of the waistline. The wasp-waist look went out of fashion in the 1920s, but Cathie says that plenty of folks still enjoy it today. "A lot of people think it's wonderful," she says. "But some people think it's ridiculous, perhaps they're jealous because they're overweight." Cathie says her tiny waist has not caused her any health problems.
-----Worlds Longest Fingernails-----
Chillal of Poona, India had his record-breaking fingernails measured on the set of Guinness World Records: Primetime. The combined length of the five nails of his left hand were found to be a staggering 6.15 m (20 ft 2.25 in). Shridhar does not grow the nails on his right hand.
His ambition to grow his nails started from a young age. He says, "As a boy, I had an inclination to do something unique and outstanding. One day, I just happened to read about a Chinese saint who grew his nails and thought I could do that to create a world record."But how easy was it to achieve such a record-breaking length? "Growing my nails has been a really traumatic experience, as I had to take the utmost care in nurturing their growth during the last 48 years. For as many years I have used my right hand for all my day-to-day chores and nobody can believe I have also had to forego a peaceful night's sleep. So it's against all the odds of daily life including reading, writing, cycling, walking, and so on, that I have successfully grown my nails. Shridhar's hand is now permanently disfigured from supporting the weight of the nails all these years, and nerve damage has resulted in deafness in his left ear. When asked if it was worth the effort and pain, he replied: "What does man not do for fame? He jumps from boats, dives from planes and does stunts on motorcycles. This is also done for fame... So, yes, I will do it all over again if I were to have another life."
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A medical examination of the domestic help who has accused actor Shiney Ahuja of rape has revealed that she may have been forced having intercourse. An X-ray test also revealed that she could be only 17 to 18 years of age. After the maid lodged her complaint with the Oshiwara police on Sunday, the police sent both Shiney and the victim for medical examinations at the Nagpada Police Hospital. The girl’s blood samples have also been sent to the lab as authorities want to determine if she was forcibly made to consume any drugs or alcohol. A medical exam on Shiney did not reveal any injuries on his body. A glans wash and blood samples have been sent to the forensic laboratory for chemical analysis, sources said. Police want to determine if Shiney was inebriated at the time of the alleged incident…take a sneak peek!
THURSDAY 25th JUNE: Celebrity chef Brian Turner is today teaming with Prostate UK and the British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) in Glasgow to highlight how up to 10,000 thousand male lives in the UK could be saved every year if men only overcame their male pride, booked themselves a simple medical check up and made some important changes in their diet to prevent the on-set of prostate cancer.
The new report revealed at the BAUS annual conference shows that despite the fact that 9 out of 10 men know where their prostate gland is, 4 our of 10 men (39%) are still unwilling to have a medical check-up because they don’t think they are at risk of developing any disease. A quarter of men live in fear of the medical examination believing that the check-up is too intrusive, 10% of men believe the check-up is too embarrassing and 1 in 25 feel that a prostate check is an invasion of their masculinity.
Each year 221,000 men die of prostate cancer and 678,000 men live with the condition. If caught early it's a treatable disease but it seems that embarrassment, ignorance and macho attitudes are preventing men from getting it checked out.
The conference aims to communicate a holistic approach to treating prostate cancer - in effect, a new approach to treating the disease. As well as discussing progress in hormone therapy, topics for debate at the conference will also touch on diet, exercise and sexuality. Attending delegates are made up of urological surgeons and specialists from the UK and around the world. Celebrity chef Brian Turner will be cooking prostate cancer friendly recipes on the stand, and there will also be exercise bikes with men demonstrating exercises that are beneficial for men with prostate cancer. Distributed by Tubemogul.