Sorry, just a basic " raw " anatomy presentation from the teacher
The cisterna chyli is found on the right of the aorta at the level of vertebral bones T12, L1, L2 and L3 as lymphatics from the mesentery, intercostal, and lumbar regions ( retroperitoneal space )
Then later in the pathology, crossed the background of the chyle fistula, and then in clinical diagnosis
Chyle fistula, as indicated by his name, is defined as a leakage or loss of lymphatic fluid from the lymphatic vessels, typically accumulating in the thoracic cavities ( or abdominal ) but also sometimes, manifesting as an enterocutaneous ( external ) fistula.
( This is a simple overview of my PPT about the matter during my class in pathology )
This condition has a relatively low incidence ( very rare ) which explain that we don't have much details than that
There is also " Chylous ascites " , which is an accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity ( more archaically as abdominal dropsy )
Well, this is the only two " morbid " conditions that I know from the pathology side
Last edited by Akira; 02-25-2016 at 12:14 AM.
Sure, Optogenetics is one of those methods, which can treat epilepsy
Restoration of this molecule can also reduce colon cancer by the same process
But the question is : How restoring this molecule if the zone touched by the " tumor " can't express it again ? ( Sorry, but I don't start Oncology yet lol )
Last edited by Akira; 02-26-2016 at 02:31 AM.
but not how to trigger the restoration of this tumor suppressor ( or maybe it's me who didn't understand correctly the restoration method lol )
Anyway, isn't more efficient to use " pancreatectomy " to remove the part of the pancreas which has the tumor, and then to prevent his grow ?
Last edited by Akira; 02-26-2016 at 03:15 AM.
Damn just realized I hadnt checked the past messages last time I came here
@PoPs it's supposed to be able to lead to medical application someday, but it doesn't have right now I think. Because you would need to include receptive neurons and a precise source of light to activate at the right moments etc. There are pretty interesting experiments on mice already but as to how it's going to be used on men, the question remains unanswered
Since Y posted a thing about Crispr/cas9 I fetched back a video that's pretty clear about it I think
Heard something about scientists being able to make a 2nd skin layer so you can basically hide your wrinkles.
will share the first link I found on google about it
The right side of my teeth hurt sometimes when I eat food or drink something cold. Any ideas why?