Body Organs

Body Organs

 

See Also: SEX, TONGUE

  1. A liver [from excessive drinking] like an old boot —J. B. Priestly
  2. Penises as flaccid as ruined breasts —James Crumley
  3. Penis … like a hard, live bedpost —Alice Walker
  4. Penis like an upraised club —John Farris
  5. Prostate like an Idaho potato —dialogue spoken by Marlon Brando in The Last Tango in Paris, 1972
  6. Prostate … as round and elastic as a handball —Walker Percy

    The prostate comparison is made by the doctor-narrator of Percy’s Love in the Ruins about an old male patient.

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TEHRAN (FNA)- Turkish police arrested an Israeli man for selling the body organs of the Syrian refugees in Istanbul.
Atala, a urological surgeon and professor regenerative medicine, and his team had also successfully bioengineered other body organs such as a bladder in 1999 and a vagina in 2005.
Sergeant Jacqui Melvin told O'Shea's trial: "I could see his body organs.
The team has performed the surgery and followed up the patient during the recovery period to ensure that all body organs and functions respond to this treatment.
But they say it is becoming increasingly clear that body organs and tissues have their own circadian clocks that, when understood, could be used to time drug therapy for maximum benefit.
According to SP Noman Siddiqui, the samples from the human body organs found from the blasts' scene, will be sent for DNA tests.
The concept of 'organ transplant tourism' leads to human rights violation and abuse of the poor," Khoury said, referring herein to trade deals when people sell their body organs for money.
Adverse effects include decreases in blood flow to other body organs including the brain, decreased oxygen utilization and lactate clearance in body tissues, increased myocardial oxygen demand, and stimulation of cardiac dysrhythmias.
A CATTLE herder has been accused of murdering his neighbour, then cooking and eating his body organs.
He urged upon the masses to donate body organs after death as one deceased person can help nine people who live better life by donating different body organs.
What the Welsh Government want is a legislation so that they can have a presumed consent of the removal of certain body organs after death for transplantation, but if they do this they wipe away the donation theory straight away.
He noted that the number of transplants in Greece has fallen during the past years due to false impressions created by the media that official transplant centres may be involved in illegal trafficking of body organs.