Organ System

Organ System

In medicine, the following systems are distinguished: skeletal system, bone connections, muscular system, digestive system, respiratory system, genitourinary system, circulatory system, lymphatic system, nervous system.

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Musculoskeletal disorders can affect both bones and joints. The most common are, above all, pain and any limitations of joint mobility as well as their excessive stiffness.Diseases of the musculoskeletal system, including the skeletal system, are among the most common diseases affecting people over 50 years of age. These include primarily osteoarthritis (OA or osteoarthritis, OA for short), which usually affects the lower limb joints - the hip and knee, but also the spine.

There are different types of muscles in the human body, and their divisions are also different. There are skeletal muscles, smooth muscles, and striated muscles. Skeletal muscles are made of abdomen and tendons.

The genitourinary system consists of the urinary system and the female and male reproductive systems.

The digestive system is responsible for nutrition and maintaining normal metabolic functions. It is here that the intake, digestion and absorption of all nutrients that reach the body with food takes place. However, it is exposed to the action of many microorganisms and the development of diseases.

The circulatory system is a closed system of blood and lymph vessels that constantly transport blood and lymph through the body. Blood, set in motion through the heart, reaches every nook and cranny of the body, flowing through the arteries, capillaries and veins.

The nervous system is a specific center of organism management. It is thanks to the proper functioning of the nervous system that we are able to think, feel or perform various activities.

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