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Central nervous system

scienceyoucanlove: “ Brain and spinal cord with dural membranes (meninges) still intact, held aloft and viewed posteriorly. Below the skull and around the spinel cord are three special coverings called the meninges. You may have heard of the illness.

This is how the human face develops in the womb: | 23 GIFs That Will Teach You A Damn Thing For Once In Your Life

13 Totally Amazing GIFs That Teach Complex Ideas In Seconds - how a human face develops

This is an x-ray and illustration of an actual large intestine (colon) with diverticula. #Diverticula are the outward pouches in the large intestine, most often due to outward pressure on the intestinal walls (#constipation).

This is an x-ray and illustration of an actual large intestine (colon) with diverticula. Diverticula are the outward pouches in the large intestine, most often due to outward pressure on the intestinal walls (constipation).

Don't mess with him  - funny pictures #funnypictures

My FAVORITE line in this movie! This movie is a brillant story of the power of story and love. Second hand lions

The Omentum

The omentum is a layer of fat. Makes up a beer belly

Resin cast of arteries in the brain. Your brain consumes about 20% of your body's energy so it needs a lot of blood flow to keep it supplied with nutrients. Even knowing that, the density of the neurons here amazes me--they look almost the size of the brain itself!

Resin cast of arteries in the brain. An especially fascinating cast showing the need of oxygen in our headbang tool.

Scanning_electron_microscope photos of red blood cells - Hey gals! would YOU like to do this for a job! #so_cool!

Human Red and White Blood Cells Description: Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of human blood showing red and white cells. Magnification at an image size of 10 cm wide

Kupffer cells are cells of the immune system that patrol the liver to recycle old red blood cells and degrade pathogens. Here, Kupffer cells are moving within small blood vessels lined with holes that allow the cells to enter the liver at sites of damage or inflammation.    Image by Tom Deernick.

"The Lone Ranger"- Kupffer cell (specialized macrophage, green) patrolling the tiny vessels in the liver called sinusoids, where they recycle old red blood cells and ingest pathogens.

Frontal, temporal, parietal and occipital lobes, cerebellum and brain stem with list of function and symptoms of impairment. Description from medivisuals1.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Frontal, temporal, parietal and occipital lobes, cerebellum and brain stem with list of function and symptoms of impairment.

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