Physiology Notes

Physiology Notes for MBBS 1st Year

Physiology Notes

. Thyroid Disorders & Related Clinical Conditions

. Basics of ECG

. Taste Perception

. Physiology of hearing

. Functional anatomy of respiratory tract

. Visual and Auditory evoked potentials

. Structure and function of Gastrointestinal tract

. Microcirculation And Lymphatic System

. Microanatomy of Salivary Gland

. Transport of respiratory gases (Haemoglobin)

. Physiology of Shock

. Digestion and absorption in GIT

. Enteric Nervous System (Gut Brain Axis)

. URINE FORMATION

. Gastric,Pancreatic exocrine & Liver function tests

. Counter current mechanism of Urine Formation

. Synapse & Reflexes

. Basal ganglia

. Thalamus

. Learning, Memory & Speech : Higher function of the Brain

. Temperature Regulation

. Adaptation of Altered Temperature

. MECHANISM OF FEVER

. Ageing of Human Body

. Brain Death

Physiology is the Study of Mechanisms and functions of the Human Body. It mainly deals with how an organism, organ system, individual organs, cells & Biomolecules work in perfect harmony to carry out day to day chemical and physical functions in the living body without any hinderance.

In a broad sense physiology is divides into Medical Physiology, Animal Physiology, Plant Physiology, cell Physiology and Comparative Physiology. 

For smooth Physiological functioning biophysical and biochemical processes, Homeostatic control mechanisms & communication B/w cells is Key. Physiological state refers to the condition of normal functioning whereas Pathological state is the one with abnormal conditions including human diseases.

Human Physiology is the study of the mechanisms and the various biological processes which keep the human body alive & running, physiological study is conducted by understanding the mechanical, physical & biochemical functions of the human body, their organs and the cells with which they are composed of.

The key focus of physiology is at the level of organs and systems within systems. 

Every system has its own role to play for eg. endocrine and nervous systems have their own  role to play in the reception & transmission of signals throughout the bogy in an integrated manner.

Homeostasis is a state of equilibrium, all the processes in the body occur to maintain this state, it is achieved by communication b/w cells, organs & organ system through chemical and electrical processes.

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