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Memet Emin
16-05-08, 16:37
Dunaydiki ghelite ishlar

Bugun nurghun axbarat orunliri munda bir gheyri ehwalni birla waqitta xewer qilghan. Geritsiyede 9 yashliq bir balining qosiqidin ozining qosh kizek torelmisi bayqalaghan. Bu torelme texmien 6cm (2 inch) chongluqta bolup, u torelmining bishi, koz we chichi bar iken.

Bu xewer gerche Uyghurlar bilen munasiwetlik bolmisimu, biraq bu dunyada nahayti kem uchiraydighan gheyri ehwal bolghachqa, bu yerge chaplap qoydum.

Qisturma: mining perizimche bu esli apisining qosiqida torelgen qosh kizek bala bolup, ularning ichide bir torelme normal yitilgen (yeni hazirqi 9 yashliq bal), yene bir torelme normal yitilmigen. Normal yitilgen torelme apisining qosiqida osup yitilish jeryanida, yingdin yitiliwatqan tire, organ we ezalar, yitilishi normal bolmighan yene bir torelmining etirapni qaplap, uning yitilishini tiximu tosap qoyghan. Netijide qosh kizekning ornigha bir bala bolup tughulghan. Eger 9 yashliq balining qosiqidin chiqqan bu torelmimu apisining qosiqida bu bala bilen birge yitilgen bolsa, chatma b qosh kizek bolup tughulush ihtimal yuquri bolushi mumkin idi. Eger qizziqsingiz towendiki ulanmidin chatma kosh kizeklerni koreleysiz.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conjoined_twins

http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=attached%20twins&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wi


9-year-old Greek girl carrying her own embryonic twin

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Thursday, May 15th 2008, 1:15 PM

ATHENS, Greece - A 9-year-old girl taken to a hospital with stomach pains was found to be carrying her embryonic twin, doctors in central Greece said Thursday.

Doctors examined the girl and surgically removed a 2-inch-long growth they later discovered was an embryo.

"They could see on the right side that her belly was swollen, but they didn't suspect that this tumor would hide an embryo," said Iakovos Brouskelis, director of Larissa General Hospital.

The girl has made a full recovery, he said.

The embryo was a formed fetus with a head, hair and eyes but no brain or umbilical cord, said Dr. Andreas Markou, head of the pediatric department.

He said cases in which one twin absorbs the other in the womb occurs in one in every 500,000 live births.