Woman Who Lived to 99 Had Her Organs in the Wrong Places, Say Researchers  The Epoch Times

An Oregon woman lived for 99 years with a rare condition where her organs were located in the wrong places, said researchers.

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An Oregon woman lived for 99 years with a rare condition where her organs were located in the wrong places, said researchers.An Oregon woman lived for 99 years with a rare condition where her organs were located in the wrong places, said researchers.

Woman Who Lived to 99 Had Her Organs in the Wrong Places, Say Researchers

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Doctors said the chances of having internal organs as unusually arranged as Rose Marie Bentley are as low as one in 50,000,000Doctors said the chances of having internal organs as unusually arranged as Rose Marie Bentley are as low as one in 50,000,000

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Rose Marie Bentley apparently lived 99 years without knowing she had a rare condition called situs inversus with levocardia, meaning her liver, stomach and other abdominal organs were transposed right to left, but her heart remained on the left side of her chest. Oregon Health & Science University faculty will present a scientific poster on Bentley's unusual anatomy at the 2019 American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology.Rose Marie Bentley apparently lived 99 years without knowing she had a rare condition called situs inversus with levocardia, meaning her liver, stomach and other abdominal organs were transposed right to left, but her heart remained on the left side of her chest. Oregon Health & Science University faculty will present a scientific poster on Bentley's unusual anatomy at the 2019 American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology.

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On an early spring day in 2018, the faint smell of formaldehyde floating in the air, 26-year-old medical student Warren Nielsen and four of his classmates prepped a cadaver in the chilly dissection lab at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.On an early spring day in 2018, the faint smell of formaldehyde floating in the air, 26-year-old medical student Warren Nielsen and four of his classmates prepped a cadaver in the chilly dissection lab at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.

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PORTLAND, Oregon -- On an early spring day in 2018, the faint smell of formaldehyde floating in the air, 26-year-old medical student Warren Nielsen and four of his classmates prepped a cadaver in the chilly dissection lab at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.PORTLAND, Oregon -- On an early spring day in 2018, the faint smell of formaldehyde floating in the air, 26-year-old medical student Warren Nielsen and four of his classmates prepped a cadaver in the chilly dissection lab at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland. Similar groups of five gathered around bodies on the other 15 tables in the anatomy class, all eager to explore the mysteries of the human body they had seen only in textbooks.

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<p>Medical students at Oregon Health and Science University think they found the longest-lived person with transposed organs during anatomy class.</p>

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