WELCOME DOCTOR FOR MOZAMBIQUE (DFM) Luís Domingos Luís, I am grateful to Doctor for Mozambique.
This association is also helpful in many other ways. Today I have family into this association and I study many things. Today my best friend, wife, colleague, mother of our children are the books, unconditional support and understanding, wonderful memories keep you in my hearts and minds. Although the factual basis of anatomy is remarkable among basic sciences for its longevity and consistency, in the last year I have evolved markedly since its inception. This is a reflection of changes in the clinical application of anatomy, new imaging technologies that reveal living anatomy in new ways, and improvements in graphic and publication technology that enable superior demonstration of this information. Course of nurse superior at University catholic of Mozambique in last year, I was study places clinical emphasis on anatomy that is important in physical diagnosis for primary care, interpretation of diagnostic imaging, and understanding the anatomical basis of emergency medicine and general surgery. Anatomy described in a practical, functional context, a more realistic approach to the musculoskeletal system emphasizes the action and use of muscles and muscle groups in daily activities, emphasizing gait and grip. The eccentric contraction of muscles, which accounts for much of their activity, is now discussed along with the concentric contraction that is typically the sole focus in anatomy texts. This perspective is important to most health professionals, including the growing number of physical and occupational therapy. Medical images, focusing on normal anatomy, include plain and contrast radiographic, MRI, CT, and ultrasonography studies, often with correlative line art as well as explanatory text, to help prepare future professionals who need to be familiar with diagnostic images. 03/02/2020 Luís Domingos Luís Enfermagem Anatomical variations. These blue boxes feature anatomical variations that may be encountered in the dissection lab or in practice, emphasizing the clinical importance of awareness of such variations. Life cycle.
These blue boxes emphasize pre natal developmental factors that affect postnatal anatomy and anatomical phenomena specifically associated with stages of life-childhood, adolescence, adult, and advanced age. Trauma. The effect of traumatic events-such as fractures of bones or dislocations of joints-on normal anatomy and the clinical manifestations and dysfunction resulting from such injuries are featured in these blue boxes. Diagnostic procedures. Anatomical features and observations that play a role in physical diagnosis are targeted in these blue boxes. Surgical procedures. These blue boxes address such topics as the anatomical basis of surgical procedures, such as the planning of incisions, and the anatomical basis of regional anesthesia. Pathology. The effect of disease on normal anatomy, such as cancer of the breast, and anatomical structures or principles involved in the confinement or dissemination of disease within the body are the types of topics covered in these blue boxes. • Boldface type indicates the main entries of anatomical terms, when they are introduced and defined. In the index, the page numbers of these main entries also appear in boldface type, so that the main entries can be easily located.
EXAMPLE: 1. Wrinkling of skin due to decreased elasticity, increased thinning of epidermis and dermis and decreased subcutaneous fat is the hallmark of ageing. 2. Greying of hair, due to loss of melanin pigment, is universal in ageing.
3. Baldness in males is quite common, though growth of beard is not effected.
4. Loss of axillary and pubic hair in females occurs due to decreased levels of adrenal androgens. 03/02/2020 Luís Domingos Luís Enfermagem
5. Increase in facial hair growth may occur in females due to unopposed action of the residual adrenal androgens in the absence of oestrogens.
6. Sweat glands decrease in size and number, therefore secretion of sweat as well as sebaceous glands is decreased.
I wish to thank the following Doctor for Mozambique, I am extremely grateful to be members of faculty and Doctors of department of DFM, who were invited by the publisher to assist with the development of this letter through their view my progression.
WELCOME DOCTORS FOR MOZAMBIQUE My name is Luis Domingos Luis. I am student of second year nurse of course at UCM. Last year was very good because I pass the class to second year. I am very happy to start my lovely nurse Couse. I hope this year and the other resting years of my course will run as the past years, with a lot success, learning a lot of interesting things; the basic performance for being a future qualified heart professional which is my dream. Finally my academic life is being normal and I passed very well 2018.
I, Luis Domingos Luis, was born on 14th of June 1996, in Buzi district, Sofala province. I am the son of Domingos Luis and Carlota Manuel Mukondo. When I was 3 months old my father died. I have one sister who is married now. Not because she wanted this but because it was the will of my uncle. I did the 8th – 12th class at the secondary school Santo António de Barada. That time I had much financial problems, but with great effort of my mother who is a farmer and sells crop on the market she was able to help me during my school period. Because I like studying I never skipped school and had good marks. Since my childhood I was interested in health issues but my dream to eventually work in health centers had limitations coming from poor financial conditions. As a doctor I want to help people and in particular my people of Mozambique. I want to express my great gratitude to the “Doctors for Mozambique Foundation” in visiting the districts to guaranty continuation of academic studies for students without financial conditions. Many thanks.