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Tissue Engineering Risks
None that I know: The subject of creating new organs and body parts for human beings in the lab is fascinating and has already produced artificial tracheas. It is almost certain to produce new vessels and new surfaces for joints. The more a person knows about how real science and medical research work, the less this will frighten you -- cranks make capital by warning about the "dangers" of everything that helps us. ...Read more
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
Homework, right?: There are no disadvantages to a technology that has no alternative, doesn't harm the community, heals disability and saves lives. Visit http://www.Sciencedaily.Com/releases/2008/11/081119092939.Htm and decide whether you might be better served as a student by learning how this modern miracle was achieved, rather than invented "controversies" / "frankenstein talk.". ...Read more
No short answer: Organ printing: human cells + biological solution promotes specific tissue types (differentiation). Using a special computer tool (cell printer), cells are dispensed thru valves to print out and create droplets of cells of varying concentration (now in a 3d manner). If not killed, can be manipulated into different cell types/structures. T.E: living cells are engineered to repair/replace tissues. ...Read more
Is it possible to treat of recurrent cystitis glandularis in bladder and ureters by using tissue engineering and stem cell ?
Here are some...: Although cystitis cystica-glandularis may be related with UTI, its real clinical significance remains unclear. In fact, some patients (most are females) just have that appearance as seen on cystoscopy without symptoms. So, you may have to live with it but just control bladder symptoms as long as being free of bacterial UTI. More? Ask urologist since tis answer can not be given in 400-letter space. ...Read more
Possibly: Certainly time will tell whether or not organs (such as a penis) can be "re-engineered" since we have the building blocks of that technology now. The greater difficulty is having a new penis act functionally as a native one due to the complex balance of nerves and circulation that causes an erection. ...Read more
Isn't the term "psychotic" irrelevant? A emo-artist type would seem out of touch of reality in a engineering seminar- it's all point of view
Reality check ?: Psychotic refers to being out of touch with reality. The term is used in conjunction with mental conditions where people might hallucinate, be paranoid or distort reality in other ways. An artist (visual artist or a writer) may use their imagination and distort reality in their creations. That doesn't necessarily mean that they are psychotic. The important factor is whether they can judge reality. ...Read more
Dr. Hi iam acollege student engineering problem i have in my chest where the increase in volume is very nutural for my age iam 22 yeras i would like?
Unclear : Please, clearly state your question so that one of us can help you. I was not able to fully understand the question. ...Read more
I m mechanical engineering student. Age 20 yrs .I face problem in memorizing even simple things. Thus not able to score.Also i remain confused.
Get medical examinat: If you feel this is a recent change, you need a visit with your doctor for medical evaluation. But you also need to make sure that you are living healthy which means eating well, sleeping well and not doing any drugs or use alcohol in excess. A medical exam by your doctor can further assure you that your brain is functioning normally. ...Read more
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