By Vijaya D Joshi, Sadhana Joshi Mendhurwar
The current booklet is a must have for all undergraduate clinical scholars because it prepares them for either conception and viva-voce examinations. it will even be worthwhile to paramedical, dental, homeopathy and ayurveda scholars, along with these getting ready for PG front examinations.
Simply written, revised and up-to-date textual content, prepared topic-wise for readability and simple comprehension. Covers complete syllabus of body structure laid down by means of the clinical Council of India and numerous scientific universities. Question-Answer layout for fast revision of the entire direction. huge variety of line diagrams, flowcharts and tables.
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Colloid osmotic pressure plays important role in exchange of water between tissue fluid and blood. At the arterial end of capillary, hydrostatic pressure exerted is greater than colloid osmotic pressure. This causes filtration of fluid out from vessels to tissue spaces. At the venous end colloid osmotic pressure of blood is greater than hydrostatic pressure. This causes absorption of fluid from tissue spaces into the vessels. 2. Viscosity. Owing to the presence of plasma proteins blood is a viscous fluid.
Colony-forming unit erythrocyte (committed cell) Proerythroblast Early normoblast (basophil early erythroblast) Intermediate normoblast (polychromatophil erythroblast) Late normoblast (orthochromatic erythroblast) Reticulocyte Erythrocyte enters circulation Describe the various changes occurring in RBC during erythropoiesis? 1. Size: Size of the cell goes on decreasing with subsequent stages. Genesis of RBC Proerythroblast Basophil erythroblast Polychromatophil erythroblast Orthochromatic erythroblast Reticulocyte Erythrocytes Fig.
Washdown of interstitial fluid protein concentration. In most of the tissues protein concentration of interstitium decreases as lymph flow is increased. Due to this large amount of protein is carried away than can be filtered out of capillaries. This in turn causes lowering of concentration of protein in interstitial fluid which lower net filtration force across capillaries and tends to prevent further accumulation of fluid. What is effusion? When oedema occurs in subcutaneous tissues, oedema fluid also collects in potential spaces.
Physiology - Prep Manual For Undergraduates by Vijaya D Joshi, Sadhana Joshi Mendhurwar