Is there a difference in a left kidney right kidney donation?
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left kidney is larger to maintain the balance of the body.
No they are currently the same!. they are the same and always. your kidney size changes only when you grow, but they grow together.
anyone who still has two, and is not overweight, has no cancer or high blood pressure! Improved Answer: There is more to it than that. A lengthy evaluation is given to the po…tential donor and many medical tests are carried out on heart, liver, kidney, for any infections etc together with family medical history. Depends what you call overweight. I was borderline obese yet was allowed to donate a kidney.
donating a kidney is when someone needs a kidney and you participate to go to surgery to remove you're kidney to give to the person in need. and you are left with one kidney b…ut you will still live.
Donating your organs are easy! 1.) you can go to your local dmv and get organ donor stickers! 2.) Tell your doctor you want to go on the list to donate organs! 3.) Ask… people you know if they know if anyone you can donate to or at least get tested for This makes me very happy. I am on the kidney transplant list right now and hoping for a kidney soon! Thank you for trying to give someone a second chance on life because that is truly what it is!
The right kidney sits under the liver, the largest internal organ. So it's lower down (2-8cm lower) than the left kidney which is under the spleen, a much smaller organ. The t…ops of the spleen and liver are pretty much in line due to the diaphragm, which is why where their lower borders are makes such a difference.
Because the right kidney is just below the liver and left kidney below spleen. Liver being larger in size on right side pushes right kidney a little downward, but such an ac…tion is not taken by spleen because of its small size on left side.
yes of course! Improved Answer: There is no "of course" about it. If someone has certain illnesses or infections they cannot donate. If there is family history of kidney prob…lems they wont be able to donate. It will be up to the hospital to determine whether a person is healthy enough to donate.
you can donate your kidney to people whom are suitable to have your kidney because organs cannot live for a long period of time without a body to be in. Every year each countr…y should have organisation or any programmes that encourages people to donate organs. If you want to donate your kidney, go to the hospital and seek for help.
Yes. The right kidney sits under the liver while the left kidney is under the spleen, a much smaller organ. The right kidney is only lowered by 2-8cm from the left kidney's po…sition. The liver (and spleen) are kept in place by the diaphragm, which in turn help to kidneys kept their placement.
Due to the presence of right liver lobe
its 1\2 inch higher due to presence of the liver on the right side
This may be related to the fact that the left kidney is consistently located higher in the abdominal cavity when compared to the right kidney. During development the liver (wh…ich is located above the right kidney) occupies more space than the spleen (which is located above the left kidney), thus displacing the right kidney lower than the left kidney. As the left kidney is not displaced as much inferiorly as the right, theoretically it would have more room to grow without as much compression from above.
You can try to identify the left from the right by looking at the position of the vein, the artery and the urethra. The artery is anterior of the vein and the urethra is point…ing downwards.
"The right kidney is crowded by the liver and lies slightly lower than the left." -Hoehn & Marieb 8th ed, pg. 961. This is opposite in the cat, the reason for which is unkn…own, but useful to know in an A&P lab.
because the stone likes the right because left side is clean and the left is dirty like mud
It does so via the heart.