Latissimus dorsi flap surgery

Latissimus
dorsi
flap muscle is the overlying skin and fat located in our back right below
our shoulders and armpit which usually helps us to do twisting actions. In latissimus dorsi flap surgery, the main
aim is to reconstruct the breast. So, latissimus dorsi flap is moved under our
skin around the chest in order to recreate the breast. The only thing that
remains constant is the blood vessels that are left attached to the blood
supply in our back. Usually this latissimus
dorsi
flap surgery may be suitable for women having normal sized breasts or
for women who need breast reconstruction after going through lumpectomy. It
cannot be done in women having extra large breasts or those who are having overweight
issues. Benefits of latissimus dorsi flap surgery can give a natural look than
what an implant could provide and it also has a high success rate.  Continue reading

How is DNA different from RNA In An Organism?

DNA and RNA carry genetic information in the human body and are an important part of the human genetics. Though DNA is more stable and is able to hold information for a long period of time the RNA is more important as it can perform a lot of tasks in an organism. The full form of DNA is Deoxyribonucleic acid and on the other hand the full form of RNA is Ribonucleic acid. DNA is basically a double stranded molecule which is very stable under the alkaline conditions and in the other hand RNA is not stable and it has a single strand in an organism. The fact that how is RNA different from DNA is established in the following points below; Continue reading