Sunday, July 15, 2007
Medical → Surgery for elephantiasis of the right lower extremity
Elephantiasis is a disease that is characterized by the thickening of the skin and underlying tissues, especially in the legs and genitals. Elephantiasis generally results from obstructions of the lymphatic vessels. It is most commonly caused by a parasitic disease known as lymphatic filariasis.
Lymphatic Filariasis is a parasitic and infectious tropical disease, caused by three thread-like parasitic filarial worm Wuchereria bancrofti transmitted by mosquitoes.
|No, but it enlarges by over-nourishment the soft tissues until all resemblance to humanity is lost. Surgery can remove this ugly flesh. Another matter is removing this damn worm from the face of the earth. More than half of all species of life are parasitic and exterminating them would make all life healthier.|
|can it affect the bone?|
|are there no more skin's left after the surgery in the affected area?|
|Dear Author www.charonboat.com ! |
It is an amusing phrase
|The worms that cause this disease are usually transmitted by mosquitoes.|
|your probably one of those guys that does daycare at church huh?|
|Brett Davis what in the fuck are you doing on this site?you a big head honcho at a church in florida?why dont you give me the number of the church...give them the website so they can see what you do on your spare time. do you think they will still think the same about you?i doubt it|
|This grotesque disease doesn't seem to occur in the USA (I HAVE seen 2 people here with it,poss. immigrants). Maybe the required host mosquito can't take our climate. App. the tropics are a disease pool.|
|these is amazingly interesting, i'm doing a research paper about this surgery in high school and this helps me to picture better what was on my mind.|
Comments 21 – 30 of 33
1 2 3 4