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What is the least complex organ?

Please seen answer: I do not think anyone could answer this since we do not yet fully understand any of the organs 100% ...Read more

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How to know if an organ is failing?

More specific: There would be different signs/ symptoms depending on the actual organ. You would need to be more specific with your question for us to provide a meaningful response.
Take care. ...Read more

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Who can donate an organ? Who can't?

Who can donate an organ? Who can't?

See:: Http://www. Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/organ-donation-facts

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Opca, can this desease be reversed?

Progressive disease: Unfortunately, opca is a progressive neurodegenerative disorders that has no definitive treatment. ...Read more

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How can I improve my sex organ penic?

How can I improve my sex organ penic?

You have to live wit: You have to live with what you have. What do you mean by improving your sex organ. ...Read more

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What does end stage organ failure mean?

What does end stage organ failure mean?

Can maintain the: Metabolic demands of the body. Could be multi organ failure (heat, lung, liver, kidney) the more the worse and higher rate of morbidity and mortality. Could be kidney failure (needing hemodyalisis. Heart failure (weak heart). Etc. ...Read more

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What organ is at top right side on back?

What organ is at top right side on back?

How far up?: The organ at the top right is the lung. If you are considering the abdominal cavity it would be the spleen. ...Read more

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What is the process of donating your organ?

What is the process of donating your organ?

See below: Look at this site: http://www. Organdonor. Gov/about/organdonationprocess. Html

the altruistic process of donation begins when people perform the simple act of indicating their consent to be a donor by enrolling in their state's donor registry.
At some point, a potential donor is admitted to a hospital because of illness or accident. Organ donation takes place after death is declared. ...Read more

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How can I gain more inches in my sex organ?

How can I gain more inches in my sex organ?

Nothing works: Don't spend your hard earned money on anyone who tells you they can increase the size of your member. ...Read more

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Is it normal to not want to donate an organ?

Is it normal to not want to donate an organ?

Your choice: To be an organ donor is an individual choice, and it is not considered abnormal. But if you die and are able to donate your organs, you can potentially save several other people's lives. ...Read more

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What is thr cause if your male organ itch you?

What is thr cause if your male organ itch you?

Jock itch: Tinea cruris (jock itch) is a common condition caused by a fungus that can cause an itch. There are over the counter meds you can try or rx after a dr. Eval to officially diagnose you. ...Read more

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How can I make my sex organ healthy and strong?

How can I make my sex organ healthy and strong?

Sex: It is doubtful that anything specific is going to change your anatomy, but the best thing to do is to keep yourself healthy and strong with good diet, exercise and lots of sexual activity. That should keep those organs available for more. ...Read more

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Can you donate an organ if you are still alive?

Can you donate an organ if you are still alive?

Yes: This has been done but requires stringent ethical supervision. Many twins have done this and a few have donated a portion of their liver or a kidney under these tight controls. You can be a bone marrow donor with minimal risk and only ordinary permissions. ...Read more

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How does our lifestyle affect our organ health?

How does our lifestyle affect our organ health?

Organ health: Toxins, excessive alcohol, etc. stress liver and kidneys. High sugar and carb intake can increase weight and eventually blood pressure. Each organ system is different. Try for a balanced healthy lifestyle of exercise, rest, and good food. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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What are the negative consequences of donating an organ?

What are the negative consequences of donating an organ?

Surgical risk: Living donors of kidneys, lungs, liver pieces all agree to have a major operation that entails the risks of surgery, including the (low) risk of death. Long term they survive on the remaining single organ or liver portion which rarely does not suffice. Deceased donors have no risks (since they are already dead). And can even have an open casket funeral. ...Read more

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What doesn't belong? Atom, cell, tissue, alive, or organ?

Not belong: From Small to Large>>>> Atom, Cell, Tissue, Organ.
Not sure where the word Alive fit in, since it is not a measurement of size.
Now, what is your MEDICAL question? . ...Read more

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What is obligation to family who donates organ of loved one?

What is obligation to family who donates organ of loved one?

Donor family: A Decision to donate organs is up to the deceased (if they signed up to be an organ donor) or to the next-of-kin (if the deceased is not an registered organ donor). We (the society) all owe the donor families a great deal of gratitude and the best way for organ recipients to "pay" them back is by taking care of the donated organs. ...Read more

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What is the best way to donate your organ if you are still alive?

Contact a Txp center: Living organ donation of a kidney or a portion of the liver or lung is a very big deal. It requires a major process of evaluation and education as well as a great deal of careful thought on your part. If you are really interested, the best thing to do is to go to unos. Org and look up the nearest transplant center to call and ask your questions. Thank you for your interest and good luck. ...Read more

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Can you go into multi system organ failure with no obvious cause?

Can you go into multi system organ failure with no obvious cause?

No: There will be a reason for it. However it may not be possible to diagnose the exact underlying cause for it as it is the complication and sometimes unfortunately the end point of many diseases (however usually basic assessment and tests will give clues). Sometimes if a patient passes away with this an autopsy would be needed to establish the cause ...Read more

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How can I contact the family of the person whose organ I received?

How can I contact the family of the person whose organ I received?

Write a letter: Since confidentiality is promised to both parties in a deceased donor transplant, both must agree to be identified. For this reason the opo (organ procurement organization) serves as intermediary. Write a letter without identifying yourself (to my donor's family), give it to your coordinator and it will get to the opo and then the family. Thank you! It will probably be deeply meaningful to them. ...Read more

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How are the decisions made regarding who will receive a donated organ?

Big Question.: To learn more about being an organ recipient see: http://www. Organdonor. Gov/about/organmatching. Html ...Read more

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Is there any research to determine the average male organ is 5.5 inches?

Is there any research to determine the average male organ is 5.5 inches?

Your reference: Journal of urology 1996. Here's your abstract. ... <a href="http://www. Jurology. Com/article/s0022-5347%2801%2965682-9/abstract" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www. Jurology. Com/article/s0022-5347%2801%2965682-9/abstract</a> I hope you find this helpful. ...Read more

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For how long do people on the waiting list to recieve an organ/tissue usually wait?

For how long do people on the waiting list to recieve an organ/tissue usually wait?

Varies: It depends on what organ (s) you are talking about and few other factors such as how sick you are and where you are listed. Some organs are allocated based on the severity of the patients' conditions (e.g. liver, heart, lungs) whereas for kidneys, it is based on how long you have been on the wait list. ...Read more

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I just wanted to know can organ be retransplanted if the recipient of a donation dies?

I just wanted to know can organ be retransplanted if the recipient of a donation dies?

Usually not*: There are a handful reports of successful reuse of transplanted kidneys. Usually the circumstances surrounding the donor death (e.g. infections, cancer, down time) and the condition of the organs (organ function, fibrosis/scarring of the organ) makes retransplant a rare option. ...Read more

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Can you please who has recieved a donated organ, donate that organ again when they die?

Can you please who has recieved a donated organ, donate that organ again when they die?

Usually not*: There are a handful reports of successful reuse of transplanted kidneys. Usually the circumstances surrounding the donor death (e.g. infections, cancer, down time) and the condition of the organs (organ function, fibrosis/scarring of the organ) makes retransplant a rare option. ...Read more

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Is there a way to donate an organ for someone else while your child gets one from another person?

Is there a way to donate an organ for someone else while your child gets one from another person?

Contact coordinator: There are centers that now look into coordinating the daisy chain or round robin system of donation. I would contact the transplant coordinator in your local & see if such a process might be arranged. There are many privacy & other issues that must be overcome for a center to participate, but it never hurts to ask. ...Read more

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Can you have organ tissue death from cold related injury have you ever seen this please let me know?

Can you have organ tissue death from cold related injury have you ever seen this please let me know?

Um... frostbite...: The cold has to actually get to the organ to damage it. Generally it is going to be the ends of the limbs and the outside more than the inside. This would be frostbite. ...Read more

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