By Carole Hollins
The Basic advisor to Anatomy and body structure for Dental Care Professionals introduces the basics of human anatomy and body structure to the coed Dental Care Professional.
Written in a transparent, available sort, it presents dental nurses, hygienists, therapists and medical dental technicians with crucial grounding within the head and neck region, in addition to all of the physique structures that experience implications for the DCP while issues cross wrong.
Beginning with a definition of anatomy and body structure, and with all of the fundamentals of mobilephone, tissue and organ biology, this uncomplicated advisor covers:
- the cardiovascular, respiration and digestive structures, all of that are imperative to the DCP curriculum
- core parts akin to cranium and oral anatomy, periodontal tissues, blood and nerve provide to the oral hollow space, muscle mass of mastication, and significant salivary glands
- areas resembling jaw and the teeth improvement, and the histology or oral and dental tissue
Each sector is roofed individually and intensive, giving the reader an knowing in their constitution and serve as in future health in addition to health problems proper to clinical emergencies and dental-related problems (such as acid reflux disorder which factors the teeth erosion).
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CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM E r y t h ro c y t e s – s p e c i f i c s t r u c t u r e a n d ro l e s BLBK425-c02 June 7, 2012 32 15:34 Trim: 234mm×153mm Char Count= Basic Guide to Anatomy and Physiology for Dental Care Professionals L e u c o c y t e s – s p e c i f i c s t r u c t u r e a n d ro l e s CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Leucocytes occur in far fewer numbers in blood than erythrocytes, and they occur in three main categories: • Granulocytes • Monocytes • Lymphocytes All three categories of cell contain a nucleus, the shape of which is used microscopically to identify each particular white cell, and all are involved with the defence of the body against disease.
Drug therapy is aimed at treating any subsequent lung infection, by the use of specific antibiotics. BLBK425-c04 June 9, 2012 12:42 Trim: 234mm×153mm Char Count= Chapter 4 Digestive system The digestive system is composed of the following: The mouth and associated salivary glands The pharynx, where swallowing occurs The oesophagus, which transports food from the mouth to the stomach The stomach, where the majority of ingested foods are stored while being broken down for absorption • The small intestines, where the final stages of digestion and absorption of various nutrients occurs • The large intestines, where digestive waste products are stored before elimination, and water and salts are reabsorbed into the body • Accessory digestive organs – the pancreas, liver and gall bladder • • • • The mouth and the tongue, and in particular taste sensation, are covered in detail in Chapter 7, while the salivary glands are covered in Chapter 10.
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Basic Guide to Anatomy and Physiology for Dental Care Professionals by Carole Hollins