I wonder if he has this passage in mind?:
If a man lies sexually with a woman who is a slave, assigned to another man and not yet ransomed or given her freedom, a distinction shall be made. They shall not be put to death, because she was not free; but he shall bring his compen-sation to the Lord, to the entrance of the tent of meeting, a ram for a guilt offering. And the priest shall make atone-ment for him with the ram of the guilt offering before the Lord for his sin that he has committed, and he shall be forgiven for the sin that he has committed.
As divine approval of rape goes, it looks pretty tenuous to me. Then again, I would not expect someone who cherry-picks what he considers to be the inspired word of God to accurately represent the God of the Bible. Doesn't LITS deny Jesus' deity? And both the deity and personality of the Holy Spirit?
Begs a few serious questions about his relationship with the God of the Bible, does it not, as opposed to a god made in LITS' own image?
Living-donor transplantation is a medical procedure in which a portion of liver is taken from a healthy and transplanted in the recipient with diseased liver. The remaining part of the liver in the donor regenerates and grows back to full size while the donated part in the recipient grows to become a fully functional organ.
The liver has an ability to regenerate and the technological advancement in the medical field has made the liver transplantation procedure to be a huge success.
Who can be the donor?
The criteria for being a donor includes:
A donor does not necessarily have to be a family member or a blood relative, a healthy person fulfilling the criteria and having a good match is as good. A donor evaluation test is performed for both the recipient and donor to check the compatibility. The evaluation involves blood typing test and other test to check the overall health status including imaging tests like Chest X-ray/MRI, Electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG), abdominal ultrasound, etc.
Why is it needed?
There are certain advantages with Living-donor liver transplant that makes it more desirable. The demand for liver donation for patients with damaged liver exceeds the availability of deceased donors. A number of patients are unable to survive the long waiting time for a transplant organ. Liver from a living-donor can help meet the demand of the recipients waiting for a donor. The reduced also contributes to improved survival rates and the complications associated with waiting for long time can be avoided. Also, the immediate transfer of liver portion has better success rate due to the quality of the liver and the transplantation is planned in advance depending on the recipient’s situation, i.e. before it becomes life-threatening. The living-donor liver transplantation has excellent success rate in children.
How is it done?
The donor is given an anaesthetic before the surgery, in which the surgeon splits the donor’s liver in two segments. One part is taken out to be transferred into the recipient and the other part remains in the donor which regrows to full size in around 6-8 weeks. The donor is discharged in about a week after the operation and it takes one month to recover from the surgery and requires regular follow-ups with the doctor.
The cost of living-donor liver transplantation on the donor side is covered at times by the insurance company.
What are the risk associated with donating?
Surgery related risks are always there but there are rarely any cases in which a corrective surgery is needed after the donation. Usually, the donor gains back health after a few months and recover completely to resume normal activities. However, removing a part of liver is no small procedure and there are certain risks involved, like:
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