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1. Epithelioid Cells
What is the Epithelium?The epithelium refers to one of the four types of animal tissue—the others are connective tissues, nervous tissues and muscle tissues. In addition to forming a number of glands, the epithelioid cells line the surfaces and cavities of structures throughout the entire body.What are Epitheloid Cells?Epithelioid cells are formations of cells that line the c..
2. Need To Know Facts of Medical Malpractice
What is Medical Malpractice?•    Medical malpractice refers to a professional act of negligence or glaring omission, delivered by a medical professional or health care provider. •    Medical malpractice is an illegal action; the negligent care provided by a medical institution or medical professional precipitates an injury or death to the patie..
3. Quick Guide to Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice cases include accusations against some medical professional, that their actions or inaction resulted in an injury to a patient or in the death of the patient, when it could have been prevented. For example, medical malpractice cases involve surgeries which may have been performed on the wrong body part or surgeries in which medical instruments were left insi..
4. Stem Cell Controversy
Stem Cell Controversy   Stem cell controversy   "Stem cell controversy" refers to the ethical debate over the use of embryonic stem cells in medical research. Embryonic stem cells can be harvested from fetuses, which has caused controversy and objections from some people over this type of research, frequently on religious grounds. In the United States, stem cell..
5. Understanding the Facts of Medical Malpractice
Understanding the Facts of Medical Malpractice What is Medical Malpractice?Medical malpractice is considered professional negligence within the field of medicine; it is an omission by a health care provider in which formal care deviates from the accepted practice or standards of the medical community. To be considered Medical Malpractice, these negligent or fraudulent actions, must cause an injury or death to the underlying..