P. 1
Disorders of the Muscular System

Disorders of the Muscular System

|Views: 0|Likes:
Published by Remz Ky

More info:

Published by: Remz Ky on Nov 25, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as DOCX, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

05/13/2014

pdf

text

original

BIOLOGY II WISDOM

MUSCULAR
SYSTEM




SUBMITTED TO:
Ms. Don



SUBMITTED BY:

Daligdig, Thea Coleen
Tayban, Jamaica
Guinid, Marklee





SUBMITTED ON: September 06, 2011



INTRODUCTION
WHAT IS MUSCULAR SYSTEM?
Muscular system is a system consisting oI big bones.
The unique Ieature oI the muscular system is that it consists oI cells that contract.
ll human activities smiling at a Iriend, running Ior a bus, writing a note, standing up straight,
swallowing Iood and the regular beating oI the heart have something in common. These and many other
body movements, depend on the reaction oI the body tissues called nucleus.

DISORDERS OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
Arthrogryposis: The arthrogryposis disorder which is also known as rthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita
is characterized by joint contractures, Iibrosis and muscle weakness.
Central Core Disease: It is a congenital myopathy which was Iirst described in 1956 by Shy and Magee. The
various symptoms oI this disease are decreased muscle tone, weakness oI Iacial muscles,
hip dislocation, scoliosis, etc. There is no speciIic treatment Ior this disorder however, the
use oI triggering anesthetics and muscle relaxants is avoided. The patient's relatives
might be screened Ior mutations oI RYR1 type.
Myopathy: It is one oI the disorders oI the muscular system which is characterized by muscle
weakness resulting Irom improper Iunctioning oI the muscle Iibers. The diIIerent muscle
disorders like stiIIness, muscle cramps and spasms could also be associated with
myopathy. There are many types oI myopathies and hence, treatments diIIer with
diIIerent myopathies. The treatments Ior myopathy could be those which target the
speciIic cause or the ones which deal with symptoms only. Physical therapy, drug
therapy, accupuncture, surgery and bracing Ior support are some oI the treatments used
Ior myopathy.
Laminopathy: It is a genetic disorder in which mutations occur in the genes that encode the proteins
present in the nuclear lamina. long with muscular dystrophy, symptoms like dysplasia,
diabetes and lipodystrophy are exhibited by people suIIering Irom laminopathy. The
treatment Ior laminopathy is supportive and symptomatic. Those who are suIIering Irom
muscular dystrophy are treated with physical therapy.
Diastasis Recti: It is a disorder in which the rectus abdominis muscle which is normally joined by the
lenea alba is separated into leIt and right halves. The disorder primarily occurs in
pregnant women and newborn babies. The complications like the development oI ventral
hernia or umbilical cord are treated with surgeries. In case oI adults, surgeries are
required in extreme cases while physiotherapy can be used Ior disorders with lesser
degree/intensities.
Zenker's Degeneration: Various inIectious diseases like typhoid Iever, toxaemia, etc. cause the degeneration
oI skeletal muscles; which is known as Zenker's degeneration. In this disorder, the
muscles become Iriable and pale, lose their cross striations, might rupture and exhibit a
hyaline appearance.
Pelvic Floor Muscle Disorder: In this disorder, the muscles which Iorm the pelvic Iloor remain in a
contracted/tightened position. The causes oI the pelvic Iloor muscle disorder are not
exactly known however, the possible reasons behind the tightening oI muscles could be
stress, trauma, etc. One might suIIer Irom problems like Irequent urination or pain in the
pelvic region because oI this disorder. The various treatments Ior the pelvic Iloor muscle
disorder include physical therapy, muscle relaxation, bioIeedback and medications like
Tamsulosin.
Orofacial Myology Disorders: The oroIacial myological disorders are a set oI disorders that aIIect the muscles
surrounding the Iace, jaw, lips and the mouth. There are diIIerent types oI oroIacial
myological disorders such as atypical swallowing and chewing patterns, abnormal
posture oI the oroIacial musculature while resting, blocked nasal airways, dental
malocclusions, speech problems, etc. The various causes oI the oroIacial myological
disorders could be the imbalance in dental growth, obstructions or constrictions in the
upper airway, low body tone, low-lying tongue resting posture, inadequate cranial and
Iacial bone development, inadequate neck and head muscle development, etc. The
various treatments used Ior the oroIacial myological disorders include the restoration oI
correct/proper swallowing patterns, re-education oI the muscle movement and the
establishment oI adequate labial-ling

WHAT IS THE MAIN FUNCTION OF THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM?
Locomotion or mobility, strength, heat production, shock absorption, shaping the body, maintaining
posture, and respiration. In addition it plays a role in the digestive process by peristalsis to move the Iood
through. It is also essential Ior pumping blood and plays a role in smooth muscles oI the blood vessels to raise
blood pressure during the stress response. Muscles help the body to have mobility through the environment, and
motility inside the body Ior its processes.
FUNCTIONS OF THE HUMAN MUSCULAR SYSTEM
Movement
4 The most well-known Iunction oI muscles is movement. Movement when the brain sends
electronic signals to the motor neurons on the muscles. Motor neurons are specialized nerves that
connect to multiple muscle Iibers. s the nerve signals activate the motor neurons, the motor
neurons release a neurotransmitter that causes a chemical reaction and the muscles contract.
Heat Production
4 Muscles use a tremendous amount oI energy to produce movement and one oI the by-products oI
movement is heat. The heat produced Irom muscle activity helps regulate body temperature and
is one oI the reasons we shiver when we're cold. Excess heat is carried by the blood to the
surIace oI the skin where the blood is then cooled with sweat evaporation.
Posture and Stability
4 The muscles in our torso keep us upright by maintaining constant tension. They also adjust to
compensate when the body is oII center. Muscles also have special nerve endings called
proprioceptors that help the brain keep track oI where our body parts are in relation to each other.
It's the proprioceptors that make it possible Ior you to tilt your head back without Ialling over, or
bring a cup to your lips -- even with your eyes closed.
Blood and Lymph Circulation
4 The heart is a muscle and pushes blood out into the arteries. rteries also have a muscle layer
that helps push the blood along and provides your pulse. Skeletal muscles also play a role in
circulation by assisting with venous return. Unlike arteries, veins have no muscles, no pump and
very thin walls. Without assistance Irom skeletal muscles, the veins have to rely on momentum,
existing blood pressure and a system oI valves to work against gravity and get blood back to the
heart. When muscles contract they act as a pump, by compressing the veins, to assist with blood
Ilow.
Muscles also act as a pump Ior lymph Iluid. Lymph vessels are similar to veins in that they also
have no pump, very thin walls and valves to prevent backIlow. Lymph vessels run parallel to
blood vessels, so the muscle contractions also contribute to lymph Ilow. The expansion and
contraction oI the diaphragm, a large circular muscle that assists with breathing, also acts as a
major lymph pump in the torso.
In the absence oI movement, venous return and lymph Ilow slows, causing Iluid to pool in the
extremities -- this is why Ieet oIten swell on long Ilights.

HOW TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY MUSCULAR SYSTEM
Instructions
1. Implement an interval training workout. Muscular energy can be divided into two categories: anaerobic
and aerobic. These two energy sources Ior your muscles overlap, but it is possible to Iocus on improving
one or the other with speciIicity. To maintain a healthy ability to regenerate anaerobic energy with your
muscles, you should engage in interval training. naerobic energy accounts Ior the Iirst 40 to 50 seconds
oI intense movement or exercise.

2. Do interval training involving sprints or explosive exercise movements with a work-to-rest ratio oI 1:3
or 1:4. This gives adequate time to replenish your energy storage. Over time, your muscles will become
more eIIicient in utilizing anaerobic energy and replenishing it.

3. Engage in aerobic exercise. erobic energy is much more involved than anaerobic exercise; accounting
Ior the majority oI the energy produced during exercise durations that exceed one minute. The aerobic
zone is 70 to 80 percent oI your maximum heart rate, which can be Iound by subtracting your age Irom
220.

4. Keep a record oI exercise assessments. log with the precise details oI your daily workouts will help
you gauge how well you've been maintaining your cardiovascular and muscular systems.

5. Maintain a comIortable, healthy diet. The energy that you intake is as important as the energy you
expend through your muscles. healthy muscular system requires a diet that is adequate in protein,
carbohydrates Iats, vitamins and minerals.


LATEST NEWS ON THE MUSCULAR SYSTEM
Body's vital organs under virus threat ¡Nagpur]
NGPUR: Though they are more commonly associated with diseases aIIecting the immune system, viruses
and bacteria can harm more vital organs oI one's body. Even the heart is prone to be aIIected by several types oI
inIections caused by these organisms.
t the Echo 2011, an international conIerence oI cardiologists that recently concluded in the city, cardiologists
Irom around the world discussed about these cardiac inIections and ways to treat them.
"Depending on what part oI the heart is aIIected, there are Iour types oI inIections. Rheumatism damages the
whole heart including the membranes, myocarditis aIIects the muscular part, endocarditis damages the inner
lining and valves while pericarditis aIIects the outer covering oI the heart," explained Dr Gerald Maurer, editor-
in-chieI oI European Journal oI Echocardiology and director oI the cardiology division at the Medical
University oI Vienna, ustria.
"Rheumatic heart disease is most common among Indians; it has been practically won over in the West. Mostly
seen in the economically poorer sections oI the society, it is caused due to overcrowding, poor ventilation and
bad sanitation conditions. It is also the most dangerous problem as it is diIIicult to identiIy," told city based
cardiologist Dr Mahesh Fulwani. s it mostly aIIects children and starts with throat inIection and mild joint
pains, it would be diIIicult Ior a cardiologist to detect it even iI his own child gets it, he added.

MUSCLE CARE
I. Regular exercise and a good diet help keep the muscle in good condition and ensure that they are
less likely to be injured.

II. By looking aIter their muscles, people can avoid aches, pains, and injuries now and when they get
older.

Sitting correctly
We have to sit correctly in order to avoid some sorts oI muscular problem.

Lifting correctly
common cause oI muscle injury is by liIting heavy objects incorrectly. n
unbearable pressure on the back and strain or/and tears oI the back muscles and
tendons are put when a person will bend over an object and try to iI it when their
legs kept straight.

When liIting a heavy object, you should bend your knees beIore holding it.
Then, keep your back straight, push upward with your legs and straighten
them in order to liIt the object. Make your legs to do the work to avoid
straining your back.

Rest
II you have a muscle or tendon injury. The best immediate treatment you can give
it is the RICE¨ procedure. It is called RICE¨ because you have to REST the
injured part put ICE on the injury, apply gentle pressure to COMPRESS the
injury, then raise or ELEVATE the injured part.

4 Ice
Just aIter an injury has occurred, using an ice pack or a cloth soaked in cold water
can help reduce the swelling. Iter an injury, the aIIected part gets hot as it
becomes more sore and tender. pplying something cool and this could be a
pack oI Irozen Iood Irom the Ireezer wrapped in a cloth reduces both the
temperature and the soreness.

Compression
II the site oI the muscle injury is careIully and gentle compressed, this can help. It
can be done by putting a thick layer oI plastic Ioam or cotton wool around the
injury. Then tying it not too tightly using a bandage. Compression supports
the injured part and helps reduce the swelling.


Elevation
Elevation, or raising the injured part on a cushion or other suitable object, helps
reduce the risk oI bruising. Bruising is caused by bleeding under the skin.
Elevation reduces the blood Ilow to the injury and cuts down the amount oI
bleeding that can occur. So, to treat a muscle or tendon injury, remember RICE.

CONCLUSION
In this activity, we learned that the muscular system is a system consisting oI big bones which helps in
body movements. There are diIIerent Iunctions oI the muscular system that we do in our daily lives. Muscle
disorders occur/happen iI they are not taken care oI. There are tips on how to maintain a Healthy Muscular
System.
We should learn on how to take care oI our health to avoid disorders. nd iI we all maintain good
health, we will all live happily without nay pains and that we are able to live longer in this happy world God has
given us.
Take care oI your health and live liIe longer.

92039147.3/2.3/ 85.7889028.70 0-90/ - 50450 8:11073 1742 .. /847/07 3 .970.3/9070:.943341902:8.0397.908  823 .-/4238 2:8..9:8 ..089. 8 3472. 9 8259428 43  !8.80.0/3:.:80 47 90 4308 ..4/0/  %0 5..88902..5  /7: 907.90/958.99.34907 -4/24.:7 3 90 0308 9.9.708:110731742 2:8.0.70030/1472:9..90/ 9 245.797475488/847/07.0 /847/078 0 89113088  2:8.7-0.:.2345.70/0..70970.4397.7/89745 82594280/85. 430/ - 90 030. 907.3/ 2:8. 073..9:708 1-7488.0:8   $ ##$ %&$&#$$% 797475488 %0.01-078 %0/11070392:8. 90 70..-0908 .9438090/0.9070/ - 2:8.70 970.80/2:8.943841##950  45.920398 /1107 9 /1107039 245.394203. 8..47080.70 2.3/.8797475488:95043039. 47 :2-.884.08 29-08. %070834850.943 8.920398 147 245.4/0 90 5749038 57080393903:.3088  0397..988:55479..:..70..907. .81789/08...1.47/ .3/30-473-./:98  8:70708 ..908  %0 970.9:7041902:8.9.920398:80/ 147245.79.7.3088708:93174225745071:3.00 %0 .7.1. ..%# &%   %$&$&#$$%  :8.709 90 850.43039.3/ -7.258 .3/2:8.308909.3/3 :5 897.00.90/ 9 8:70708  3 .80 41 .7-0/3-$.9  %0 970. /0.7084204190970.7/89745.:.7.9    :2..9  9 8 .3/ 54/89745 .828 ..3 -0 :80/ 147 /847/078 9 08807 /0700.245.5 .8 .:5:3.. .74:882594284198/80. 2:9.9.78890289.:.9:70 8:707..2345..8098..8.0 .7 4.3/ 79 .9434190-4/988:08.0 0.3088411.9039 8 70..7.3 .08420933.2:8. -:8  793 .  /.8. 9.9 9 8 430 41 90 /847/078 41 90 2:8.70 706:70/ 3 097020 .84343.9341900.9 .3/ 03.:78 3 5703. 3490  89.. /847/07 3 .808 0 584907..4:/ -0 9480 . %4804..908 .3 147 8:55479.43889841.425.-.0 .0  970.43144/..9 03.9. 4392:8.020398 /0503/439070.0 70. 8 805. 1703/  7:333 147 .3 9508 41 245.42243 %080.07 90 :80 41 97073 .9  %070 .08  %0 /847/07 572..84 -0 .9 ..43889341--4308   %0:36:010.23..08  5/84.398 8 . 0309.9  8.9.-08 %0.:. 8 .4397.4488 09.045203941.90/ 394 019 .9203914798/847/0740.09430 0.7 88902 .3/825942.5 .9070/-439.0.5  9 8 .4:/ .7.9438 4.

7.08 .4397. 2:8.943 41 8009.74:8310. 09.3.0  !0. 447 :8.88#0.39038908  .3/0-9..02. .9438  297:59:70. 1472 90 50.9 .08 -0.89.943'..9 0307 800307.8 0307 8 /00307.90/.-0.0 847/07 3 98 /847/07  90 2:8.420 17.07 94. .08 .943  3 98 /847/07  90 2:8.94:8/80. .3/5.2345.7488897. 8 343 . 1447 702...3 3 .30.550.808 0954/ 10.0  480907.:8090/00307.

.:2.. 09..0 /847/07 .0 ..8438-03/909903341 2:8.08.9343 40.99030/ 548943  %0 .9203981479050.7043-0.4:/ -0 897088 97.74:8970.  30298:11071742574-02801706:039:73..:804198/847/07 %0.14472:8.:808 41 90 50.07 905488-070.70 349 0.943475.. 1447 2:8.3390 50..

  4 -4/ 9430  4 3 943:0 70893 5489:70  3.4:/ -0 90 2-.3.44847/078%04741.8 .990738  . 244./847/078....0 70. 244.3. 907.74:8 ..110.:/090708947.. 5489:70 41 90 4741./847/078 3.. . -430 /0..7.70 /1107039 9508 41 4741.70.94341 .7.8...9438 3 90 :5507 . 574-028  09./847/07 3.920398:80/ 147904741.0  ./06:..  58 .95.. 8.3/ 0.90 30../ 2:8.4770. ..3/ 1.5  2:8.03 5.:8438  8500.9.80941/847/0789.3/ 20/....8  /039.90 .9:70 0 70893  -4.0452039  09..:/0 58.9902:8..7..:. /847/078 .4... 244. .:808 41 90 4741..28:483  741.3/ .  %0 .9.0 /0...0/ 3.9438 47 .3/ 90 24:9  %070 .0452039  3. 2.  %0 ../06:.244. /847/078 8:.74:8970.43 . 2:8. 749  4-897:. .9438 0 %.08 8:774:3/3 90 1..43897..0 3 /039. ..-3472..943  -4100/-.

9 574/:.02039 03 90 -7.8.30:7497..038..-8475943  8.0 03/38 .943.:808.39.70850.4397.02039 .9490 .8438 0 8.990738  70 0/:.3/902:8..90 90 24947 30:7438  90 24947 30:7438700..041908307090-44/8903.3/ 70857.3/09-44/-.02039 4 %0 2489 0 343 1:3. 3  %$%&%  %&$&#$$% 4./:8994 .440/980.3/ 249938/090-4/14798574.0 574.943 4 :8.02039.888939.0 .79 8.8 .0342:8..0 90 144/ 974: 98..53 90 -4/  2.089.943940..0/ 574574.905870:.8890241.0594789.90-4/902507...9.4389.08.-8203941.92.038..07 47 -73.88 94 24.8 . 307.4330.790708 .7432039 .080590-4/94.80 -44/57088:70/:739089708870854380 :8.1475:253-44/..0394:7008.034:8709:73 &30.0 83.088 - 50789.943-..84 ./-..9841 24.90..547.70.894902494730:743843902:8.0 850.43 .3/ 90 089.43 5.970203/4:8.84088039.08:80..0/307.08 90.07 03 0 70 .0203980.3/4304190- 574/:.943 41 90 2:8...70370.0594789.9 8 ...3/257.39 903843  %0 .088 0.3/ 8 430 41 90 70.0.24:3941030794574/:.84 .94:91.03907  :8. 2:8.9743..024.480/  44/.943  3 . .8 94:9.80.08808947./08 4:7 5:80  $009.943  !489:70. 740 3 90 /089.38299079.9.02.7403824492:8.943 41 2:8.3 803/8 00.0 .084190-44/.08 345:25.943 4 %0 0./06:.83.9 058 5:8 90 -44/ .-.300597.3/5.9.3/..33 5489:70  .33 .9.8889.9!74/:..0793.770/ - 90 -44/ 94 90 8:71. 2:8.02039  4.024-9974:9003.790708  790708..//943 9 5..7.-9 4 %0 2:8.089447.90..9:70.9 94 2:950 2:8.3/ .017428009..90590-7.08 . .90 03 90 -4/ 8 411 .0 24.39.3897.08808  &% $ %&&$&#$$% 4.2:8.095488-01474:94994:70.07 9.9  0.34.798.9574/:.. 2:8.4907  9 890574574.84 5.08 494730:7438.0947043242039:2  0893-44/57088:70.08 3 4:7 94784 005 :8 :579 - 2.0/17422:8.84 .:.574507 8.3/ 574.:5944:758 0.3/5:808 -44/4:939490.08 .425038.:.424943 47 24-9  897039  0.4/  .0..9 %00.9 .3.943  84.410704:7-4/5.08 8 24. 740 3 ..3/$9.0 1-078  8 90 307.

333.:8432574.7 88902 706:708 ..074-.9.081474:72:8.84 .5 -:9985488-09414.7941900.7014:7950841 310.08 94 570.08.074-.3828  990.0.98 .39 .90...420 2470011.3-014:3/-8:-97.074-.:880/..3/70503839     3.98 90 2:8.0007.88899-44/ 14  :8.7082.7/.90 3 574903  .03900.39.8024.990.8 .110.3843 .030782:.74:3/9047//8..33474:9 :8.24703.:/0/390.4257088390..794.9.93  ..9.94389.0//:73007.95.08808.38:3/07./0/39494.80 074-.0/9.90920947050384:703078947.3/ ..08.3 430479049079850.57.:.007...0  .7/448989.97.0-0032.80. %08094030784:7.4  .907.334:7.2.0203989.:/3 90 202-7.4397.934:7.9438   2502039.98 .8..943 41 90 /.4397.8 .3/.70 2470 .2  .308  24.3..033907.3.3 .990.90/ 9 /80.84 .4.3.90.9438 .00/43023:90 %0.030794:7 2:8.8    %$%$ %&$&#$$% 4/ 8.3/ 25 14 848 .3..01742      005..722470.:80/-908047.03.110.9 ..90/ 9070.47/41007.9. .074-.93 90 22:30 88902  .90/-80..074-.084.041 24.80/09.3.970.7-4/7.041./06:.7.9 4: 39..9 .5:25 -.3-0/..0 94 -44/ .7:808 .3/ .5:7( !&# %4: 90 .5:25147251:/ 25.3.894970. 2.07.9438..797.038 94.-4:99080.02039 .7.074-..08 90 3307 .238.08.0 .79 032:8.034:8709:73.039414:72.:.47 94 70897. .08808  84 90 2:8./06:.3841430 8-4/ .47255:2539094784  390.80     43907.7..4397-:90 94 25 14  %0 05.90 .9 8 .808 .4.79 3.9902  0503/343.0203947007.074-.47.0307.0307.9441 47 %8.8414:7/.8808820398 4990570.70.43/8 4139038024.:..9.7/98 /.3/-.84 .7/4.:.8.982/..7 2:8. /09 9.70307.4:393 147902.-803.:0404: .9438.9081.8.42243 .2:20.08   0.039 -. .950841 310.3.:.7/98 .84.7985743094-0.0.8 25479....474:9805 4:. 4308 94 507.33907.0 8 .39.943..0 9.33 3.0890 40 0...2.7/44898 1742.97.:83 1:/94544 390 09702908 988100941903804343198    % %%&$&#$$% 3897:.3/2:8.421479.47941900307574/:..110..70 .1.3857398470548..074-.-994700307.:.08 4:84:/03.3/2307.0 34 5:25  .79  03/4.3/.7889028     ..9.43.884.4397..08808 7:3 5.47.007.9 %42.-0  0.14  25 .9.4:398147901789 94 80.9438 #0:2...110.80/:7.798.88898 9 -70.310.7 5.039.339073.39.97.4310703.904708.7:8970.0393:93.07920 4:72:8.8 90 0307 4: 0503/ 974: 4:7 2:8.80..08-0..03839.07 93 .07.9 2:8.9 /09  %0 0307 9.

4342.09 98.38 94:/-0/11..9 -.07390089 489 80033900.9347/0794...9 310.:.031843.4/.4/842084798412:8.:707 0/947 3 .7/44 /.98904:907.7/4489 7 .08 50450. :897.078941'033.42243 .0.9.98 3.98 .  #0:2./.943 .74/3 5447.9   .3/ 89.990 .01 41 :7450.07.3/ 3:70834.:80//:0944.3/ .9438419084.:9 94 /0391  94/ ..347.:9147./703 ..:80 41 2:8.110.84 90 2489 /.039.4770.7 007.42243..54470780. 41 .4.8 9 8 /11....3/ 038:70 9.30/707.7/44 .38 ./ 8..3/ -.0 3 44/ .9 90 0/.4770..09489.434.389.0 3:7 8 - 193 0.3/ /70.798 9 974..33..9  3 :3-0.3074:8 574-02 . 4-0.3/.943.3 4:73...07341900.39.3  8 9 2489 .4.8082489.2433/.947 41 90 .4770.08 5. &3.3/039009 4/07    $993..3/ 2/ 439 5..080507.7/98.9  0.-057088:704390 -. 44/ /09 05 005 90 2:8.79 05.7574-02    193.990.43/943 .08 :.110.//0/   &$#   #0:.3/ 897.43/9438  9 8 .943 ..8-00357../0989 0..80 ..70 088094-03:70/    443.79/80.843 .9.4770.80/ ..1907907 2:8.3.7.7/448994/090.

42570880/ 98.34-0.89.3/ 98 .49943 44 ..:804:.90/ 5.90970.0/:70 98.903 902 3 47/07 94 19 90 4-0.920394:.0/3.9  .79 098 49 ..507843-03/4.33:7.4-0.79.8047'%903:70/5.2:8.4:/ -0 .9    03193.9 4:84:/-03/4:73008-014704/39  %03 0054:7-.334:7-.0 9890 # 574.8 9 -0.705:903.03:78.79 5:9  43 90 3:7  .3/.3/9084703088    425708843  19089041902:8.0 90 803  1907 .44  ..0 4:7 08 94 /490 47 94 . 2:8.. 14.3/ 903/07  553 842093 ...0.897.84.74:3/ 90 3:7  %03 93 9  34994499  :83 .3/05870/:.05..3.907 . 5. .49  70/:.0.2 47 .3/90.07.08 .110..305 9 .9.3/97941903907 08059897.4/ 897.7/94:708.3 05 70/:.79    .550/ 3 ..4208 2470 8470 ...4984.1907.. .0  :89. 9.3/897.47.3 -0 /430 - 5:993 .784190 -.9:70.:770/ :83.094#$%90 3:70/ 5.090803      .07 41 5.4/.3/ 903/438.0  425708843 8:554798 903:70/5.08 -49 90 902507.0/ # -0..3 3:7  90 .701:..    #089  14:.047903/433:7 %0-089220/..55 0390 57088:70 94  !#$$ 90 3:7 9037.9 5:8:5.3.3/0390.. -... 41 17403 144/ 1742 90 170007 7..

70 /1107039 1:3.9.943 70/:.08  :8.:7 $4 94970.9 058 70/:.88902.7943...:7.8390 3:70/5.0583 -4/ 24..9438 41 90 2:8. 0.43889341--4308..34.943 477.0 90 78 41 -7:83  7:83 8 .9.2:8.9 00.:8434749078:9.24:39 41 -00/39.9.020398  %070 .730/9.9 0 /4 3 4:7 /..-04-0.08 90 -44/ 14 94 90 3:7 ..943  0.0 /847/078 4.:80/ - -00/3 :3/07 90 83  0..047903/433:7 70202-07#    &$  398.:98 /43 90 .:.9902:8...:.3/ . .7889028.7 88902 9.

73 43 4 94 9.9 0.4/ /847/078  3/ 1 0 .:.3 .5594:93.39.-094.0 ..5.70414:70.70.70 349 9....39.0.3 44/ 0.70 41 4:7 0.70 958 43 4 94 2.70 41  %070 .9.5503 1 90 .9 94 .8 .3/.03:8  %.90.03 . 0.5547/4/. 2.3/9.9 :8.0104307   .0.04307398.38.7 $8902  0 84:/ 0...

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->