Anatomy & Physiology LearninG about the "Human Body"

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Hello my name is Jubert Penaflor, and I am a student in the Early College High-School Program. I was one of the chosen few of the 125 students who have been randomly picked by the GPISD Lottery. It is my second year in high-school, and I'm hoping to expand my knowledge and progress in order to fulfill my dream job as a professional doctor. By the way it was not some cliche career that my mother me or anything in that matter.

For this class I will be learning about Anatomy and Physiology. Exciting right, not when you face your last year's science teacher again (Mrs. Burke) griping at whatever what's incorrect or something like that. Anyways this class would be my excellent, yet only "opportunity," yes quote on quote, preparing the arrival on my next semester's college class the way call it as the "real deal." This is Jubert Penaflor and I am looking forward learn to annihilate, I mean to learn how to save lives before the real deal comes.

It was November 10th, 2016, my Biology teacher, I mean Anatomy & Physiology told me to research some type of diseases, disorders, or any other bipolar conditions that are affected to the integumentary system. Since the integumentary system was all about our skin, hair, etc. why not search up a familiar, yet unknowingly unexpected disorder. Let's say scabies. Now I know what your thinking. Scabies sounds just like the word rabies, but for humans. That is not always the case when it comes to scabies, however. Scabies is a common word that we'd like to use as "rash," you know the kind of irritation of itching and scratching. Guess who causes that ruckus, no other than the dust mites. What they do is what any other parasite does, be a jerk and uses a host's body in order to survive. They first burrow down to your skin until they reach their vantage point. After they've reached their desired location, the immune system then starts to weaken as the extremely itchy. They even lay their eggs inside your skin, SKIN I TELL YOU! This also includes the reason for the red bumps and the burrow markings visible outside of the skin. It is rather seem to say that this condition brings to some extent of major symptoms onward to further ignorances if not treated well. Not to worry, there are cures to this nuisance. You can thank the antibiotics for most of your damaged skin, but what's most important is the permethrin cream in order to get rid of the ugly marks caused by those creatures. So your good for that commotion, just be sure to be more attentive with your skin.

Dust Mites, not Termites, DUST MITES!
Scabies! This is why you have to take care of your skin people.

Ewing Sarcoma affects the condition of the skeletal system. It is basically a cancerous tumor that invades the bones or soft tissues. Some examples are the cartilage and nerves, which provides the skeletal system support and navigation. There are different types like the peripheral primitive nueroectodermal tumor (pPNET), Askin Tumor, and extraosseous that generally have genuine relation in genetic causes. There is an estimate of 87% of ewing sarcomas are of the ewing sarcoma bones. This condition happens mostly to children and adults that might experience swelling, stiffness, severe pain, or perhaps tenderness of either the bone or the tissue surrounding. To make things more clear, the condition is to cause the weakening of the involved bone along with the other remnants that may or may have not have affected the injured area of the bone.

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Jubert Philip Penaflor


Created with images by Ryan Somma - "Human Body Slices" • Michael Wunderli - "Dermatophagoides spp" • wellcome images - "L0078780 Scabies infection of the hand. Chromolithograph. c. 187" • ryanmcjohnson - "ewing sarcoma"

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