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comment What is the nature of action potentials in autonomic nervous system?
See the energy spectrum of APs. You have to define uniform. They seem to have the same energy (uniform; thing which has confused people to think that they are uniform also in nature), but different energy spectrums.
Apr
20
comment Chronic fatigue causes low parasympatheticus and high sympatheticus in allergies
Down-voters! Leave a comment how you understand the question so I know where to improve. I mean here long-term tiredness, probably better word exhaustion. The state of feeling exhausted, lacking energy, feeling passive i.e. what I mean by tiredness. Probably, there is a word for such a state?
Apr
16
comment Speed of effective lymphatic drainage?
Do you know any research about the normal lymphatic drainage in different organs? What is too high level and what is too low? For instance.
Apr
16
comment Speed of effective lymphatic drainage?
Probably, this one: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3444363 ?
Apr
16
comment Roles of creatine and bilirubin in foetus circulation
Thank you for your clear answer! Creatine for energy, while bilirubin fro hemoglobin, in short.
Apr
13
comment Which reflex arcs work in Heart with extrasystoles?
Edits are always welcome :)
Apr
12
comment Is Sinus node conduction necessary for heart beating?
Thank you very much for your answer and IST! So my intuition was right that incomplete SA node can be removed to help the patient: pharmacological therapy or catheter ablation. It can be more useful than AV ablation.
Apr
12
comment Manifestations of open foramen ovale in adults
Thank you very much for your clear answer! I corrected the mistake in my question body. I am digesting your answer and will ask when I get new thoughts which I cannot solve myself.
Apr
8
comment Manifestations of open foramen ovale in adults
@RoryM COPD-hypoxic-nail like curved nails caused due to hypoxia in peripheral system.
Apr
7
comment What is this abbreviation CT in female reproductive system
Thank you for your fast answer! Yes, it makes sense.
Apr
2
comment Can SIRS occur without Sepsis from Infection?
Very clear explanation with good examples! Thank you!
Mar
27
comment Is there any bank of animations for Embryology?
@Chris I like your philosophy. This is the animation which I found particularly helpful with real slides: dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/62073194/31.swf I know that there are much more such presentations, but I find this one the best one.
Mar
27
comment Is there any bank of animations for Embryology?
@Chris I accepted your answer, because those databases are specific. I find the Japanese and Chinese lecture notes about the topic much more thorough and logical, which you can find by altering properly the search parameters. - I asked this question because I could not get the big picture in Embryology. I think the Japanese presentation with tag 31 in name is excellent presentation about chronological events in Embryology.
Mar
27
comment Is there any bank of animations for Embryology?
I accept this answer because it can provide general view of Embryology with practical sense. Many English-language databases are too specific in some areas and do not manage to cover the general things well.
Mar
27
comment What is the relation between HBeAG and Anti-HBc
I added some definitions of the terms.
Mar
27
comment How does HBeAg change to Anti-HBe in acute hepatitis
Alan answered the question. Just standard antigens and antibodies for HBV.
Mar
27
comment How does HBeAg change to Anti-HBe in acute hepatitis
Thank you for your clear answer! You understood what I mean. I missed the term seroconversion. I think there are actually two windows periods and two seroconversions in the figure. First, for HBe and then for HBs. I would like to know how these two seroconversion stages and/or windows stages differ. It would be nice to use some analogous words like "isovolumetric contraction" and "isovolumetric relaxation" just to differentiate some property between the two window periods. I do not know which property that can be.
Mar
24
comment How does vasomotor and bronchomotor reactions equilibrate local blood flow to correspond local ventilation?
I have not found any good picture. Probably, you cannot show this in one picture which I am trying to do. I will post some separate pictures about these two processes tomorrow evening.
Mar
22
comment What is the function of clot retraction?
Is this different type of contraction than vasocontraction? It seems to be so.
Mar
22
comment What is the function of clot retraction?
So these contractile proteins cause the clot retraction. Thank you for your answer!