Pars Interarticularis Defect – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment


A pars interarticularis defect is a unilateral or bilateral fracture involving the pars interarticularis of the posterior vertebral arch. This injury occurs almost exclusively in the lower lumbar region, most often at L5. This activity highlights the interprofessional management of Read More ….>

Examination of Knee Joint – Types, Technique, Procedure

Examination of Knee Joint/The knee examination, in¬†medicine¬†and¬†physiotherapy, is performed as part of a¬†physical examination, or when a patient presents with¬†knee¬†pain¬†or a history that suggests a¬†pathology¬†of the¬†knee joint. The¬†knee examination, in medicine and physiotherapy, is performed as part of a physical¬†examination, Read More ….>

Baked Potato – Potato Gem-Topped Tuna Bake

A¬†baked potato, known in some parts of the¬†United Kingdom¬†(though not generally¬†Scotland) as a¬†jacket potato,[1]¬†is a preparation of¬†potato. The ideal baked potato has a fluffy interior and a crispy skin. It may be served with fillings, toppings or¬†condiments¬†such as¬†butter,¬†cheese,¬†sour cream,¬†gravy,¬†baked beans, Read More ….>

Taste – Anatomy, Structure, Functions

Taste¬†is the¬†sensory system¬†that is partially responsible for the¬†perception¬†of¬†taste (flavor).[1]¬†Taste is the perception produced or stimulated when a substance in the mouth¬†reacts chemically¬†with¬†taste receptor¬†cells located on¬†taste buds¬†in the¬†oral cavity, mostly on the¬†tongue. Taste, along with¬†olfaction¬†and¬†trigeminal nerve¬†stimulation (registering texture, pain, and temperature), Read More ….>

The Skin – Types, Structure, Layer, Functions

The skin is the soft outer covering of vertebrates that guards the underlying muscles, bones, ligaments, and internal organs. Skin¬†is the layer of usually soft, flexible outer tissue covering the body of a¬†vertebrate¬†animal, with three main functions: protection, regulation, and Read More ….>