In the struggle for the quality of life, and even for life itself, people sometimes find themselves in the operating room under the sapphires of surgical lamps. And every time the surgeons do everything possible to return the patient to normal life. True, the consequences of operations are sometimes simply unbelievable.
1. Change in the Rh factor of the blood after liver transplantation
15-year-old Demi-Lee Brennan not only received a new chance for life thanks to a liver transplant, she also acquired a new Rh factor in the blood. It is unbelievable, but the new liver changed the Rh factor of the girl’s blood from negative to positive. Continue reading
In ancient cultures, a variety of healing methods were practiced. Some eventually formed the basis of modern medical standards, while others were so strange and even dangerous that one can only rejoice that they are no longer used. In our review, 10 forgotten medical practices from the past.
When a child begins to grow teeth, they say that they erupt. This term came from medical practice that arose in France in the 16th century.When the child began to cut their teeth, doctors cut the gum tissue over the teeth with a scalpel to allow them to “come out easier”. Continue reading