A fetal heart after an autopsy! 😱
One of the reasons to consider a fetal autopsy is to learn what may have happened. Around half of the time an autopsy can determine the cause of death, and of this half, around 50 percent of the time a fetal autopsy provides information that could not have been found in other ways. So altogether, about one in four couples will be given an answer through a fetal autopsy that they would otherwise not have had.
I think I am
going to kill myself.
Maybe not today,
or next week,
or even next year.
But I can feel it.
I will end my life
on my own terms.
[ vampires x quote ]
Duh I love this qoute so much😈
Dt : @the_vampire_diaries_sk cutest human beeing💘
I know I made two spelling mistakes, I hate my autocorrection bc english is not my first language
#q | which creatute would you want to be?
Me | Tribrid or hybrid
You have to admit, this is pretty impressive.
A team of scientists grew beating human heart cells on a spinach leaf. The experiment could solve a serious limitation facing lab-grown human tissue transplants.
So how did they pull it off? The team first used detergents to flush the plant cell material out of a spinach leaf, leaving only a clear scaffold made up of cellulose. They then seeded the cellulose with human tissue and blood cells, producing a lab-grown specimen that looks and functions like human heart tissue.
If further studies are successful, it could prove to be a simple way of saving countless of lives. You can watch a video of the experiment at the link in bio.