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F.A.Q. about Organ Transplantation

Transplantation is the moving of an tissue or organ from one body to another (or from a donor site on the patient's own body), for the purpose of replacing the recipient's damaged or failing organ with a working one from the donor site as a treatment option. It can be done by operation or other ways.

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The Root Cells and Bone Medulla Transplantation

It provides to get over doze than standards to increase the chance of treatment and extend a period of deterioration such as at the types of Organ Transplantation, Lymphoma and Leukemia. It means there is deterioration on the place where there is no indicator of Ca. The Cemotherapy, which is sometimes applied overdoses with radiotherapy is almost given more than one or two days. The overdose treatment damages to bone medulla and root cell.

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All About Hematology (Blood Disorders)

Hematology is a Latin word and it means "blood disease". Hematology is a branch of science which studies particularly disorders such as anemia (anemia), bleeding, leukemia (blood cancer, acute and chronic leukemia), multiple myeloma; and together with these bone marrow, lymphatic system and blood-related diseases.

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Organ Transplantation

Organs for transplantation come from live donors (relatives up to 4th degree) or cadavers. For example cornea and kidneys form the patient who died from heart disease can be transplanted to a blind patient or patient with renal deficiency. In patients with advanced heart, liver or renal insufficiencies healthy life is only possible with organ transplantations.

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OSTEOPOROSIS

What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass, reduced bone strength and increased risk of fracture. Osteoporosis occurs most commonly in postmenopausal women and elderly, usually shows slow progress. Hip fracture, which may be secondary to a simple fall at home, may lead to serious medical problems. Although there are treatment options, prevention is more important.

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HAIR TRANSPLANTATION

HAIR TRANSPLANTATION WHAT IS IT? Hair transplantation is the process of transferring healthy hair follicles between the two ears, to the balding areas. Tissue, which is composed of healthy hair follicles individually (FUE) is extracted by a team of experts. Tissues are divided into groups that we call the double and triple grafts name. Micro-channels are created through the skin. Grafts are placed into these created microchannels created on balding or hairless regions.

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