You never know :OHow specific do we need to study? For example, do we need to know the difference between the different types of focal epilepsy and the different types of generalized epilepsy? And have MRI's of the abnormal brains of each disease?
I'm pretty sure that it's both. For example, the sympathetic nervous system will dilate the blood vessels that supply the skeletal muscles and heart (via B1 adrenergic receptors), as well as constrict blood vessels that supply visceral organs such as the intestines (via a1 adrenergic receptors). The parasympathetic nervous system will do the opposite via Ach rather than norepinephrine/epinephrine.Can anyone tell me if constriction of blood vessels is parasympathetic or sympathetic? I see different answers in different places..
1) How long until your competition?I was put on Anatomy and Physiology. Any recommendations from experienced people? Links that may be helpful? Online Tests? Study guides? Test samples?
Hello RabbiNick,I was put on Anatomy and Physiology. Any recommendations from experienced people? Links that may be helpful? Online Tests? Study guides? Test samples?
Getting first place. I have really good skills in the medical field, especially in anatomy. I want to become a doctor in the future so it really keeps me motivated to keep dong this event.[/quote]1) How long until your competition?
Its on February 7th I believe (definitely February, i'll have to double check the schedule).
2) Which competition is it?
3) What are you aiming for?
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