Answer: I believe that the ovary carries the egg, which later drops through the Fallopian tubes, and into the uterus, where it attaches to the other walls, waiting to be fertilized by sperm, where it growns into a child, or to be dropped during the menstrual cycle, normally in the first two weeks.
Answer: Its polycystic and not polytheistic ovary. Its the most common endocrine disorder in females in the reproductive age group. The cause is unknown and is probably related to certain genes. The symtoms vary from no ovulation, secondary infertility, hirsutism, acne, excessive facial hair, irregular menses, pain, heaviness of abdomen, obesity etc.
Answer: Pain in the right ovary oftn occurs with PCOS as the folicles increase. Each year one should get a pelvic ultrasound done to monitor the behaviour of PCOS which can also influence cysts in the ovaries. Be in constant visit with a gyne.
Answer: You likely would not be able to donate an ovary. Since the ovary is not a life-sustaining organ, she can live without hers. If you transplant an organ, then the recipient of the donated organ would have to have her immune system suppressed for the rest of her life to keep her from rejecting the ovary. During that time, if she were to become pregnant, the baby would likely also be recognized as a foreign entity in her body. This would cause her body to try reject the baby. Being pregnant with a suppressed immune system would not be feasible either. Perhaps a more reasonable approach would be for your to carry a baby for her as a surrogate mother.
Answer: Functional/Non-Functional Requirements This section gives the list of Functional and non-functional requirements that are applicable to the Library Management system
1. Add Article New entries must be entered in database
2. Update Article Any changes in articles should be updated in case of update
3. Delete Article Wrong entry must be removed from system
4. Inquiry Members Inquiry all current enrolled members to view their details
5. Inquiry Issuance Inquiry of all database articles
6. Check out Article To issue any article must be checked out
7. Check In article After receiving any article system will reenter article by Checking
8. Inquiry waiting for approvals Librarian will generates all newly application which is in waiting list
9. Reserve Article This use case is used to reserve any book with the name of librarian, it can be pledged
10. Set user Permission From this user case Librarian can give permission categorically, also enabling/disabling of user permission can be set through this use case.
1. Authentication User must authenticated before accessing system
2. Search Article User can search any article
3. Request Article After successful searching member mark this book as requested article
4. Check Account This use case is used to check account details
Prepare Library database All data base must be prepared
1. Register user User must full fill all application form for registration
Safety Requirements The database may get crashed at any certain time due to virus or operating system failure. Therefore it is required to take the database backup.
Security Requirements We are going to develop a secured database for the university .There are different categories of users namely teaching staff, administrator, library staff ,students etc., Depending upon the category of user the access rights are decided. It means if the user is an administrator then he can be able to modify the data, delete, append etc., all other users other than library staff only have the rights to retrieve the information about database.
Software Quality Attributes The Quality of the database is maintained in such a way so that it can be very user friendly to all the users of the database
Hardware Constraints The system requires a database in order to store persistent data. The database should have backup capabilities.
Software Constraints The development of the system will be constrained by the availability of required software such as database and development tools.
Answer: Always do a cool down activity for five to ten minutes aftercardiovascular activity. This allows the blood to return to theheart and helps avoid rapid changes in blood pressure. Stretchingexercises are usually very beneficial.