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Because sperm cells make up STDs have not been eradicated mainly because humans cannot less than 1% of an ejaculate order 20 mg apcalis sx with visa, even the volume is not noticeably develop immunity to them and because increased sexual activity affected. Further- According to the National Center for Health Statistics, more, many of the causative organisms can mutate so fast that there are currently 5. Males ing 20%, either both partners have some abnormality, or the with this disease suffer inflammation of the urethra, accompanied sterility: L. Male Reproductive © The McGraw−Hill Anatomy, Sixth Edition Development System Companies, 2001 Chapter 20 Male Reproductive System 721 TABLE 20. In fe- males, the condition is usually asymptomatic, and therefore many women may be unsuspecting carriers of the disease. Advanced stages of gonorrhea in females may infect the uterus and the uter- ine tubes. A pregnant woman with gonorrhea who is not treated may transmit the bacteria to the eyes of her newborn during its passage through the birth canal, possibly causing blindness. Syphilis is less common than gonorrhea but is the more serious of the two diseases. During the primary stage of syphilis, a lesion called a chancre develops at the point where contact was made with a similar sore on an infected person. The chancre per- sists for 10 days to 3 months before the disease enters the sec- ondary stage, which is characterized by lesions or a skin rash (fig. This stage lasts from 2 weeks to 6 months, and the symptoms disappear of their own accord. The tertiary stage of untreated syphilis may occur 10 to 20 years FIGURE 20.

The primary functions of the skin are pro- tection of the body from the external environment and dissipation or conservation of heat during body temper- ature regulation discount apcalis sx 20mg on line. The skin has one of the lowest metabolic rates in the body and requires relatively little blood flow for purely nu- tritive functions. Consequently, despite its large mass, its resting metabolism does not place a major flow demand on the cardiovascular system. However, in warm climates, body temperature regulation requires that warm blood from the body core be carried to the external surface, where heat transfer to the environment can occur. Therefore, at typical indoor temperatures and during warm weather, skin blood flow is usually far in excess of the need for tissue nu- trition. The reddish color of the skin during exercise in a warm environment reflects the large blood flow and dila- tion of skin arterioles and venules (see Table 17. The increase in the skin’s blood flow probably occurs through two main mechanisms. First, an increase in body core temperature causes a reflex increase in the activity of sympathetic cholinergic nerves, which release acetyl- choline. Acetylcholine release near sweat glands leads to the breakdown of a plasma protein (kininogen) to form bradykinin, a potent dilator of skin blood vessels, which in- The vasculature of the skin. The skin vascu- creases the release of NO as a major component of the dila- FIGURE 17. Second, simply increasing skin tempera- lature is composed of a network of large arteri- oles and venules in the deep dermis, which send branches to the ture will cause the blood vessels to dilate. Arteriove- from heat applied to the skin from the external environ- nous anastomoses allow direct flow from arterioles to venules and ment, heat from underlying active skeletal muscle, or in- greatly increase blood flow when dilated. The capillary loops into creased blood temperature as it enters the skin. During mild to moderate exercise in a warm envi- ronment, skin blood flow can equal or exceed blood flow to Sweat glands derive virtually all sweat water from blood the skeletal muscles.

Examples of extension are straightening of the elbow or Objective 10 List and discuss the various kinds of knee joints from flexion positions apcalis sx 20 mg generic. Hyperextension occurs when movements that are possible at synovial joints. An example of hyperex- Objective 11 Describe the components of a lever and tension is bending the neck to tilt the head backward, as in look- explain the role of synovial joints in lever systems. Objective 12 Compare the structures of first-, second-, and A common injury in runners is patellofemoral stress syndrome, third-class levers. Dur- ing normal knee movement, the patella glides up and down the As previously mentioned,the range of movement at a sy- patellar groove between the femoral condyles. In patellofemoral novial joint is determined by the structure of the individual joint stress syndrome, the patella rubs laterally, causing irritation to the membranes and articular cartilage within the knee joint. The quently experience this condition from prolonged running on the movement at a hinge joint,for example,occurs in only one plane, slope of a road near the curb. Joint movements are broadly classified as angu- Abduction lar and circular. Each of these categories includes specific types of movements,and certain special movements may involve several Abduction is movement of a body part away from the main axis of the specific types. The description of joint movements are in of the body,or away from the midsagittal plane,in a lateral direc- reference to anatomical position (see fig. This term usually applies to the upper and lower extremities but can also apply to the fingers or toes,in which case the line of reference is the longitudinal axis of the limb. An Angular Movements example of abduction is moving the arms sideward,away from the body.



 


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