Monday, February 21, 2011

Baby Faris....

Rasanyer teman tak pernah menceritakan lagi mengenai apa senarnya yang baby faris sedang lalui sekarang nih kot....rasenyer n3 yang lepas2 pon teman tak tulis yang sebenor-benornye.....senarnya baby faris mengalami penyakit jantung....senang cite bahasa mudah jantung dia cacat...tak terbentuk dengan sempurna....Jantung nih kalu nak cerita ada empat bilik...ventrikel kiri dan kanan dan aorta kira dan kanan...tetapi baby faris nih dia ada dua bilik jer satu ventrikel dan satu kome paham kan....kalu jantung kita ada dua bilik saje so fungsi dia akan kalu jantung kita berdegup dup..dap...dup...dap..tapi bay faris jantung dia berdegup dupdap..dupdap..dupdap..dupdap...dua kali fungsi keje...

Nak jadi cite lagi baby nih jantung dia terbalik.....dalam bahasa medic kata dextrocardiac.....

Dextrocardia is an abnormal congenital positioning of the heart. Instead of the heart forming in the fetus on the left side, it flips over and forms on the right side. There are several types of dextrocardia, also called looping defects. Dextrocardia is frequently diagnosed in a routine prenatal sonogram, although not every radiologist will catch it, particularly if there are no cardiac structural abnormalities.
Mirror image dextrocardia is a very rare condition. It may be present in about one in 130,000 people. In this looping defect, not only does the heart flip the wrong way and develop on the wrong side of the chest, but also all the other organs in the middle of the body are reversed. In essence, an x-ray of mirror image dextrocardia looks like a mirror image of the normal heart and organ placement.

Paham dak....kedudukan dia terbalik normal jantung manusia sebelah kiri tapi jantung baby faris belah kanan....tak habis kat situ lagi ada situs inversus...

Situs inversus is a rare condition resulting in a mirror image arrangement of the organs in the chest and stomach. It may be called mirror image dextrocardia, though in rare cases the heart is not fully moved to the opposite side of the chest and is called levocardia. As peculiar as this arrangement might sound, it is not necessarily indicative of medical problems, and there are many people who are unaware that they have this condition unless they receive a thorough medical examination.

If people were able to fully visualize their organs in a mirror, they would essentially see what it might look like to have situs inversus. Everything is switched to the opposite side with the heart present in the right of the chest next to the lung that should be on the left side of the chest. Liver, spleen and other organs are generally flipped too, creating the mirror image.
It’s advantageous that all organs are on the wrong side because this maintains the way the organs behave with each other. The majority of people who have situs inversus do not have problems or health issues. What becomes problematic is when only some of the organs switch. Dextrocardia, heart in the right side of the chest with no other organ involvement, tends to mean a much greater likelihood of heart defects being present. If situs inversus occurs without dextrocardia, this can be an issue too.

While many people with situs inversus have completely healthy and normal lives, there can be a few who have additional problems. It is possible for heart defects to occur, though rate of occurrence is only slightly higher than rates in people with normal organ arrangement. About a fourth of people with mirror image dextrocardia also have a condition affecting the cilia, which causes it to beat backwards, and makes people much more susceptible to illness. When situs inversus and primary ciliary dyskinesia occur together, this may be called Kartagener’s syndrome.

There is no treatment for situs inversus, unless additional problems are present. With better imaging technology, this peculiar organ arrangement may first be noticed in utero with a sonogram. Since many of the organs are tiny, it isn’t always clear that dextrocardia in a fetus means mirror image dextrocardia. It can mean more serious conditions and might suggest making certain that mothers delivery at a tertiary hospital. It should be pointed out that many heart defects could be noted halfway into a pregnancy with scans like fetal echocardiogram.
Many wonder why situs inversus occurs, and while it’s known that this is a looping defect, a clear cause isn’t always defined. In some cases, genetics may play a role, but this isn’t always true. If the condition is genetically inherited it’s thought to occur in an autosomal recessive pattern, which means both parents would need to carry a gene for it. Even when both parents do have this gene, each child would only have a 25% chance of developing mirror image dextrocardia.

Situs inversus nih semua organ dalaman dia terbalik...hati, jantung, perut, limpa dan sebagai nya...macam kalu kita kat cerminlah....imej cermin yang diterbalikkan...camtulah....rasanyer dah cite kan n3 dulu nih....tgk-tgk lah balik.....buat masa nih baby faris memang sihat......kalu orang tgk dia memang orang tak tau dia sakit jantung kecuali orang tengk kaki dan tangan dia biru dan bibir dia....memang biru...mmmmm..harap nanti bila dah selesai operation tuh nanti baby lebih sihat...itu lah yang ibu harapkan....Ya Allah Ya Tuhanku, selamatkan anakku Wan Syahmie Faris....Sihatkanlah tubuh badannya..dan jauhilah dari segala bahaya dan bencana...Amin...


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