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Old 03-24-2008   #31
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Abousoun i have a turtle, and there is a white substance that is coming out of its eyes? is it normal? if not, what can i do to stop it? whata hell is it?


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Old 03-24-2008   #32
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Abousoun i have a turtle, and there is a white substance that is coming out of its eyes? is it normal? if not, what can i do to stop it? whata hell is it?
First of all I'm not a vet
But I'll try to help you as much as I can

I think your turtle is suffering from an eye infection ... most probably because of "rya7 el 5amassin" nowadays ...

What you should do is to gently wipe the eyes off with a coton swab and clean warm water, trying to remove this white stuff.
But remember to wash your hands before and after ... mainly after

Now I don't know about eye antibiotic ointments for animals, maybe here you should consult a vet or pharmacist, but i can advise you to use Vitamin A ointment it will help for sure ...

Thank You ...
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Old 03-28-2008   #33
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ok I have a question
I just came back from the anatomy exam and there was a question that was not exactly well explained in the book
the question was which 2 parts(or sub parts) of the nervous system would you cut out to make the person lose coordination and proprioception.
now the first part is obviously the cerbellum
but I am not sure what the second part is I answered it is the brain stem (the pons exactly) because they connect the cerebellum to the higher brain and the 2 halves of the cerebellum together
other students answered it was the medulla oblongata, I searched the book but I didn't find any convincing solution.can you help me please?
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ok I have a question
I just came back from the anatomy exam and there was a question that was not exactly well explained in the book
the question was which 2 parts(or sub parts) of the nervous system would you cut out to make the person lose coordination and proprioception.
now the first part is obviously the cerbellum
but I am not sure what the second part is I answered it is the brain stem (the pons exactly) because they connect the cerebellum to the higher brain and the 2 halves of the cerebellum together
other students answered it was the medulla oblongata, I searched the book but I didn't find any convincing solution.can you help me please?
Well the MO is included in the brain stem ... as i recall any injury in the brain stem (midbrain, pons, medulla) will cause loss of the proprioception ...
but since you have to relate it to coordination as well i'll go with your answer and choose pons
note : also the injury of medulla will cause loss of proprioception

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cool, I hope that is what the teacher wanted, all the parts of the brain stem are related to the cerebelum. but it is the ponds that act as a relay station mainly.
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When the acidic chyme enters the duodenum, it stimulates the exocrine pancreas to secrete 2 main hormones that further aid the digestion of food. Name these 2 hormones.
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Indocrine & Exocrin, wait 4 Abousoun's Answer bas iza my memory mne7a hool hene
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When the acidic chyme enters the duodenum, it stimulates the exocrine pancreas to secrete 2 main hormones that further aid the digestion of food. Name these 2 hormones.
1st hormone: Secretin, which causes the pancreas to pour sodium bicarbonate into the small intestine, which neutralizes the acidity of the incoming chyme.

2nd hormone: cholestokinin, which stimulates the pancreas to release various digestive enzymes into the small intestines.

N.B: they are both produced by the cells of the upper small intestine.


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no that's not it, I need hormones that the pancreas produces not something that the pancreas is affected by.
how can the exocrine pancreas secrete a hormone anyway?
if I don't get answers I;ll just say insuline and glucagons
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To answer to Mandy's, athegan's and AnGe|ic's sleep problem, there is no cure since it's no sickness.
New studies have shown that not all people have a 24 hour biological clock, some people have longer and others have shorter. I have calculated mine to be about 30 hours, I like to stay awake longer(about 18h) and sleep longer(about 12h).
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