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A number of freedom from strain and fatigue; conversely discount 75 mg imipramine free shipping, such ailments different characteristics are used in naming muscles buy imipramine 25mg without a prescription, in- as lower back pain—a common complaint—can be traced cluding the following: to poor body mechanics generic imipramine 25 mg. Body mechanics have special sig- nificance to healthcare workers discount 50mg imipramine fast delivery, who are frequently called ◗ Location, named for a nearby bone, for example, or for on to move patients and handle cumbersome equipment. There are three classes of levers, (oblique) which differ only in the location of the fulcrum (F), the ef- ◗ Number of heads (attachment points) as indicated by fort (E), or force, and the resistance (R), the weight or load. The muscle surrounding each eye is called the to Figures 8-9 and 8-10 as you study the locations and orbicularis oculi (OK-u-li), whereas the muscle of the functions of some of the skeletal muscles and try to figure lips is the orbicularis oris. For example, the levator palpebrae described in the singular, most of the muscles are present (PAL-pe-bre) superioris, or lifter of the upper eyelid, is on both sides of the body. There are a number of scalp ones around the eyes and the lips, called the orbicularis muscles by means of which the eyebrows are lifted or (or-bik-u-LAH-ris) muscles because of their shape (think drawn together into a frown. It is because of these the temporalis (TEM-po-ral-is), which is superior to the many muscles that the tongue has such remarkable flexi- ear, and the masseter (mas-SE-ter) at the angle of the jaw. THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM ✦ 163 8 (Epicranial aponeurosis) Sternocleidomastoid Teres minor Trapezius Deltoid Teres major Latissimus dorsi Triceps brachii (Olecranon (Lumbodorsal of ulna) fascia) Gluteus Gluteus maximus medius (Iliotibial tract) Hamstring group: Biceps femoris Semitendinosus Semimembranosus Gastrocnemius Peroneus longus (Achilles tendon) Posterior view Figure 8-10 Superficial muscles, posterior view. Working alone, each muscle tilts and rotates the head so Muscles of the Neck as to orient the face toward the side opposite that mus- The neck muscles tend to be ribbonlike and extend up cle. If the head is abnormally fixed in this position, the and down or obliquely in several layers and in a complex person is said to have torticollis (tor-tih-KOL-is), or manner (Fig. This strong muscle extends superiorly from located at the posterior of the neck, where it helps hold 164 ✦ CHAPTER EIGHT Epicranial aponeurosis Frontalis Muscles That Move the Shoul- (tendon) Orbicularis der and Arm The position of the Temporalis oculi shoulder depends to a large extent on the degree of contraction of the trapez- ius (trah-PE-ze-us), a triangular mus- Nasalis cle that covers the posterior neck and extends across the posterior shoulder Quadratus labii to insert on the clavicle and scapula superioris (Fig. It originates from the inferioris vertebral spine in the middle and lower back and covers the lower half of the Mentalis thoracic region, forming the posterior portion of the axilla (armpit). The pec- Muscles of the Upper Extremities toralis major flexes and adducts the arm, pulling it across Muscles of the upper extremities include the muscles that the chest. Orbicularis oculi Encircles eyelid Closes eye The deltoid covers the shoulder Levator palpebrae Back of orbit to Opens eye joint and is responsible for the round- superioris (deep upper eyelid muscle; not ness of the upper part of the arm just shown) inferior to the shoulder (see Figs. This muscle is named for Buccinator Fleshy part of cheek Flattens cheek; helps in its triangular shape, which resembles eating, whistling, and the Greek letter delta. Arising Temporalis Above and near ear Closes jaw Masseter At angle of jaw Closes jaw from the shoulder girdle (clavicle and Sternocleidomastoid Along side of neck, Flexes head; rotates head to- scapula), the deltoid fibers converge to to mastoid process ward opposite side from insert on the lateral surface of the muscle humerus. Most of the muscles that move the Trapezius Posterior of neck and Raises shoulder and pulls it hand and fingers originate from the ra- upper back, to clavicle back; extends head dius and the ulna (see Fig. Some and scapula Latissimus dorsi Middle and lower back, Extends and adducts arm of them insert on the carpal bones of to humerus behind back the wrist, whereas others have long Pectoralis major Superior, anterior chest, Flexes and adducts arm tendons that cross the wrist and insert to humerus across chest; pulls shoulder on bones of the hand and the fingers. Muscles that Deltoid Covers shoulder joint, to Abducts arm produce finger movements are the sev- lateral humerus eral flexor digitorum (dij-e-TO-rum) Biceps brachii Anterior arm along Flexes forearm at the elbow and the extensor digitorum muscles. Muscles of the Trunk The muscles of the trunk include the The shoulder joint allows for a very wide range of muscles involved in breathing, the thin muscle layers of movement. The four muscles are the supraspinatus, in- Muscles of Respiration The most important muscle fraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis, known to- involved in the act of breathing is the diaphragm. In dome-shaped muscle forms the partition between the certain activities, such as swinging a golf club, playing thoracic cavity superiorly and the abdominal cavity infe- tennis, or pitching a baseball, the muscles of the rotator riorly (Fig. Contraction along the humerus, is the muscle you usually display of the intercostal muscles serves to elevate the ribs, thus when you want to “flex your muscles” to show your enlarging the thoracic cavity from side to side and from strength (Fig. Another flexor of the forearm at the elbow is the bra- chioradialis (bra-ke-o-ra-de-A-lis), a prominent muscle Checkpoint 8-13 What muscle is most important in breathing? Muscles of the Abdomen and Pelvis The wall of The triceps brachii, located on the posterior of the the abdomen has three layers of muscle that extend from arm, inserts on the olecranon of the ulna (Fig. They are the ex- 166 ✦ CHAPTER EIGHT ternal oblique on the outside, the in- ternal oblique in the middle, and the Biceps Triceps brachii transversus abdominis, the inner- brachii most. The connective tissue from Brachioradialis these muscles extends forward and en- closes the vertical rectus abdominis of Extensor carpi the anterior abdominal wall. The fibers radialis longus of these muscles, as well as their con- nective tissue extensions (aponeu- Brachioradialis Extensor carpi radialis brevis roses), run in different directions, re- sembling the layers in plywood and Flexor carpi Flexor carpi resulting in a strong abdominal wall.

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Chronic stomach rounding a fetus in the womb using a needle) at about 16- and intestine infections are often linked to the parasite 18 weeks of pregnancy or from the chorionic villi (a part Giardia lamblia trusted 50mg imipramine. In some Patients with Bruton agammaglobulinemia can suc- families discount imipramine 50mg otc, a BTK gene change cannot be identified purchase 50 mg imipramine fast delivery. Other cessfully defend themselves against infection from laboratory techniques may be available to these families viruses and fungi because other aspects of the immune such as linkage studies or X chromosome inactivation system are still functional buy generic imipramine 50mg on-line. X rays of the sinuses and chest should be lead to progressive and fatal infections of the brain, obtained at regular intervals to monitor for the early joints, and skin. Lung function tests Diagnosis should also be performed on a regular basis, when the Recurrent infections or infections that fail to respond patient is old enough to cooperate. Patients who have completely or quickly to antibiotics should prompt a ongoing gastrointestinal tract symptoms (diarrhea) diagnostic search for immunodeficiency and Bruton should be tested for the parasite Giardia lamblia. Another helpful clue to a diagno- sis of Bruton agammaglobulinemia is the presence of Treatment and management unusually small lymph nodes and tonsils. Additionally, many patients with this disorder have a history of contin- Current research into a cure for Bruton agamma- uous illness; that is, they do not have periods of well- globulinemia is focusing on the ability of bone marrow being between bouts of illness. The amount of immunoglobulin is measured in a infection effectively, to prevent repeated infections, and small amount of blood from the affected individual by a to prevent the lung damage that may result from repeated technique called immunoelectrophoresis. It should be noted that there maglobulinemia is a lack of immunoglobulins, which are is some difficulty in diagnosing the disease in a young the building blocks of antibodies. Thus, treatment infant or newborn because immunoglobulins from the focuses on replacing immunoglobulin, thereby providing mother are still present in the child during the first few patients with the antibodies they need to fight infection. Immunoglobulin can be obtained from the blood of sev- For those patients in which the exact diagnosis is still eral donors and given to a patient with Bruton agamma- unclear, tests can be performed to determine if there has globulinemia. Treatment with immunoglobulin is given been any response to normal childhood immunizations every three to four weeks and is usually effective in pre- (such as the tetanus, diptheria, and pertussis vaccines). Patients with Bruton agammaglobulinemia are unable to Side effects from or allergic reactions to respond with antibody formation following immuniza- immunoglobulin are infrequent, but about 3-12% of tion. Confirmation of the diagnosis can be made by people will experience shortness of breath, sweating, demonstrating abnormally low numbers of mature B cells increased heart rate, stomach pain, fever, chills, in the blood or by genetic studies that look for mutations headache, or nausea. These symptoms will usually sub- 180 GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GENETIC DISORDERS side if the immunoglobulin is given slowly, or the reac- While current therapy allows most individuals with tions may disappear after receiving the immunoglobulin Bruton agammaglobulinemia to reach adulthood, the several times. Paralysis of the legs may sary to use a special filtering process before giving the result from the poliomyelitis virus. Fatal agammaglobulinemia, antibiotics (medications which brain infections have been reported even in patients kill bacteria) are also given to help fight off the infection. Finally, some patients may develop antibiotics may be given every day, even when there is no leukemia or lymphoma. If chronic diarrhea is experienced by the patient, tests should be performed to look for the parasite Giardia BOOKS lamblia, and proper antibiotics should be given to kill the Ammann, A. Prognosis WEBSITES Without immunoglobulin treatment, 90% of patients “Bruton Agammaglobulinemia Tyrosine Kinase. In most patients who have been diag- nosed early and are receiving immunoglobulin on a reg- ular basis, the prognosis is reasonably good. They should Oren Traub, MD, PhD be able to lead a relatively normal childhood and need not be isolated to prevent dangerous infections. Simpson-Golabi-Behmel syndrome GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GENETIC DISORDERS 181 C Campomelic dwarfism see Campomelic both bone formation and testes development. Every dysplasia developing baby in the womb (fetus), whether genetically male (XY) or female (XX), starts life with the capacity to develop either male or female sex organs. After a few weeks, in an XY fetus, the genitals develop into male genitals if male hormones are present. In the absence of ICampomelic dysplasia male hormones, a female body type with female genitals Definition results. Campomelic dysplasia is a rare, often lethal, genetic In individuals with campomelic dysplasia, the SOX9 condition characterized by multiple abnormalities includ- gene is altered such that it does not work properly.

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It appears that The blood vessels of the fetus and mother are separated Pgp generic 50 mg imipramine amex, the efflux transporter protein generic 75 mg imipramine, also plays a role in by a number of tissue layers that collectively constitute forming this blood-testis barrier discount imipramine 50mg with visa. Drugs that traverse this barrier plays a role in preventing certain chemotherapeutic will reach the fetal circulation cheap imipramine 75mg fast delivery. The placental barrier, agents from reaching specific areas of the testis and thus like the blood-brain barrier, does not prevent transport hinders treatment of the neoplasm. Alterations in gastric reduce the amount of foreign chemicals, such as motility may affect the amount of time a drug drugs, that enter the body. One of the more promi- spends in the region of the gastrointestinal tract, nent of these mechanisms is an efflux transport sys- where it undergoes the most extensive absorption. Finally, system is: changes in drug formulation can alter absorption by (A) Facilitated diffusion changing dissolution rates. P-glycoprotein transporters in the intestinal lu- (C) Cytochrome P450 3A men serve as an efflux transporter for many drugs. All of the following statements concerning the into which they were absorbed and back into the in- blood-brain barrier and the passage of drugs from testinal lumen, reducing absorption. Facilitated dif- the systemic circulation into the cerebrospinal fluid fusion and pinocytosis generally result in drug influx are TRUE EXCEPT: (absorption). The cytochrome P450 3A enzymes (A) Ionized drugs are more likely to cross into the metabolize drugs; therefore, even though they may CSF than un-ionized drugs. Un-ionized drugs cross into the cerebrospinal likelihood that drugs will cross the blood-brain bar- fluid more readily than ionized drugs. Lead can substitute for calcium in the bone crys- (D) P glycoprotein serves to pump drugs back into tal lattice, resulting in bone brittleness. Bone may the systemic circulation from endothelial cells lining become a reservoir for other substances as well. Drugs with extremely high lipid– tial site for drug accumulation of lead that has been water partition coefficients tend to accumulate in fat, ingested? The primary site of absorption is the small intes- Multidrug transporters in prokaryotic and eukary- tine. Because of its large surface area and high otic cells: physiological functions and transport blood perfusion rate, the small intestine is optimal mechanisms. The as the primary cause for the low amounts of orally physician also prescribed diltiazem, a calcium administered cyclosporine reaching the systemic channel blocker used for the treatment of circulation. Since he did not have hypertension, increases the bioavailability of cyclosporine, the patient wondered why this additional drug was reducing the dose of drug needed. Finally, a ANSWER: Cyclosporine is an immunosuppressant drug common adverse effect of cyclosporine therapy is used to prevent transplant rejections. Though an the development of hypertension, and the diltiazem oral formulation is available, it has low somewhat protects the patient from this adverse bioavailability (very little reaches the systemic effect. Tracy Both metabolism and excretion can be viewed as Cytochrome P450 Enzymes processes responsible for elimination of drug (parent The cytochrome P450 (CYP450) enzyme superfamily is and metabolite) from the body. Drug metabolism the primary phase I enzyme system involved in the ox- changes the chemical structure of a drug to produce a idative metabolism of drugs and other chemicals. These drug metabolite, which is frequently but not universally enzymes also are responsible for all or part of the me- less pharmacologically active. Metabolism also renders tabolism and synthesis of a number of endogenous com- the drug compound more water soluble and therefore pounds, such as steroid hormones and prostaglandins. Though it was originally described as the CYP450 en- Drug metabolism reactions are carried out by en- zyme, it is now apparent that it is a group of related en- zyme systems that evolved over time to protect the zymes, each with its own substrate specificity. Enzymes within examples of compounds for which each isoform plays a these categories exhibit some limited specificity in rela- substantial role in their metabolism, are listed in Table 4. For example, the calcium specific hydrolytic enzymes, such as esterases and ami- channel blocking drug verapamil is primarily metabolized dases, have not received much research attention.

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