Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Home Decorations

A doll is a model of a human, a humanoid, an animal or a fictional character (like a Troll or a Smurf), usually made of cloth or plastic. Sometimes, intended as keepsakes or collections for older children and adults, it could be made in wood, porcelain, bisque, celluloid or wax. Some dolls are intended as toys for children, usually girls, to play with Angels Dolls. Others are for decoration or have some cultural significance, possibly for use in some ceremony or ritual, or as a physical representation of a deity. It is mainly used for home decorations. Archaeological evidence places dolls as foremost candidate for oldest known toy, having been found in Egyptian tombs, which date to as early as 2000 BC.

The model is often a miniature, but a baby doll may be of true size. A large model of hard material is called a statue. A doll or animal model of soft material is also called a plush toy or plushier. Tabletop Fountains is used for decorations.

Our bathroom cabinets will enhance the perfect set bathroom of yours. Place all the necessary items neat and ordered in the cabinet and enjoy the perfectly set bathroom. The cabinets come in different colors and designs, also with packs of soaps and oil.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Complications of twin pregnancy

Complications of twin pregnancy
Vanishing twins : Vanishing twin Researchers suspect that many more pregnancies start out as multiples than go to term that way. Early obstetric ultrasonography exams sometimes reveal an "extra" fetus, which fails to develop and instead disintegrates and vanishes. This is known as vanishing twin syndrome.
Conjoined twinsMain article: Conjoined twin Conjoined twins are monozygotic twins, whose bodies are joined together at birth. This occurs where the single zygote of identical twins fails to separate completely. This condition occurs in about 1 in 100,000 pregnancies.
Parasitic twins
Sometimes one twin fetus will fail to develop completely and continue to cause problems for its surviving twin. One fetus acts as a parasite towards the other.
Sometimes the parasitic twin just becomes an almost indistinguishable part of the other.
A chimera is a person who is a completely normal human with no extra parts, but some of the parts actually came from his or her twin. A chimera may arise either from identical twin fetuses (where it would be impossible to detect), or from dizygotic fetuses, which can be identified by chromosomal comparisons from various parts of the body. The number of cells derived from each fetus can vary from one part of the body to another, and often leads to characteristic mosaicism skin colouration. A chimera may be a hermaphrodite, composed of cells from a male twin and a female twin.