Anatomy and Physiology of the Face for City and Guild Level 2 Beauty Therapy
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Page 1. Introduction
Page 2. Labelled diagram of the Bones of the cranium.
Page 3. Labelled diagram of Bones of the face.
Page 4. Labelled diagram of the bones neck, chest & shoulder.
Page 5. Labelled diagram showing the position of the Muscles of the face.
Page 6. Labelled diagram showing the Muscles that move the head
Page 7 .Chart showing the action and location of the muscle of the face.
Page 8 (A). Describe briefly the function and composition of blood.
Page 9 (A) Describe briefly the function and composition of blood.
Page 10 (A) Describe briefly the function and composition of blood.
Page 11. (B) Describe briefly the function and composition of lymph.
Page 12. (B) Describe briefly the…show more content… Describe briefly the function and composition of blood.
Blood is a red fluid that contains a complex mixture of cells suspended in a liquid matrix which is transported (circulated) throughout the body by the circulatory system of an organism. It circulates around the body by the heart and delivers oxygen and other important nutrients to cells of organs and tissues, while at the same time, removing waste product from our body. Blood is located in almost every part of our body, which is due to the network of blood vessels called the circulatory system. It is circulated through the body’s heart, arteries, veins and capillaries (tiny vessels that connect arteries and veins). In order for blood to carry out its functions, it needs to circulate all over our body to all living cells and tissues which it does through the support of the heart that pumps blood throughout our entire body). Thus, it is the fluid of life, a vital life force that all humans need in order to live and sustain life.
General function of blood
Transportation of dissolved gases (carbon dioxide and oxygen), nutrients, enzymes, blood cells (white blood cells 'leucocytes' and red blood cells 'erythrocytes'), hormones and metabolic wastes.
Explanation: A). Blood carries oxygen from the lungs to the cells of organs and tissues and carbon dioxide from those organs and tissues to the lungs inside our body.