HOW LONG A MAN CAN SURVIVE WITH THE SINGLE BLADDER?

HOW LONG A MAN CAN SURVIVE WITH THE SINGLE BLADDER?

MAN WITH THE SINGLE BLADDER

Some are born with single bladder; due to congenital malformation they cannot feel that they have only one bladder. This may be known only by x-ray. So, one can live normally with single bladder. Some live a normal life after donating single bladder. After operating and removing one bladder for donating, the remaining single bladders become bigger within a few months and do the works which was done by both the bladders.

REASON FOR THE FINGERS SHRINKING AFTER   BATH:

The outer layer of the skin is made up of the cells called as ‘keratenocytes’.  The protein called as ‘secutine’ are rich in the walls of these types of cells. Thus the walls of these cells are stronger. These cells spread below the epidermis and push and rise up to the top. In the journey of coming up, these cells die automatically while reaching the middle of the distance. the liquid substance in the cells release and and the shell –like wall move upwards

The upper layer of the cell wall is made up of a fatty substance called ‘lipid’. This has the quality of excluding water. But the inner side has the hydrophilic carradine.  The outside of the skin which is called as ‘stratum corneum’ is made up of ‘lipid’ and carradine layers. When the hands are soaked for more time the carradine enlarge by absorbing   water. As there are more outside skin layers, more water remains there and wrinkles come on the skin. As concentration of carradine is more on the nails and hair, they can be cut easily, when they are wet.

*****************************

Google+ Comments