Saturday, November 2, 2013

PELIK! Lelaki Ini Hidup Dengan Jantung Di Luar Abdomen





BEIJING  - Seorang tukang gunting rambut di China yang dilahirkan dengan sindrom jantung di luar tulang rusuk, menyatakan harapan untuk menjalani pembedahan dan hidup seperti insan normal lain seusianya.

Ho Zhiliang, 24, dari wilayah Hubei, mengalami sindrom jantung terdedah, kecacatan yang kebiasaannya membunuh lebih 90 peratus pesakit sebaik-baik dilahirkan.

Ketika dia dilahirkan, ibu bapanya diberi amaran bahawa dia mungkin tidak akan hidup lama disebabkan kecacatan yang dialaminya itu.

Pesakit yang menghidap sindrom berkenaan selalunya akan mengalami sesak nafas apabila berjalan atau muka berubah menjadi biru.


Namun, ibu bapanya mengenepikan segala kemungkinan apabila berjaya membesarkan Zhiliang.

Baru-baru ini, harapan Zhiliang untuk pulih kembali bersinar apabila dia terbaca tentang seorang pesakit yang menghidap sindrom sama sepertinya, Huang Rongming.

Rongming dari wilayah Henan dapat hidup seperti biasa selepas menjalani pembedahan untuk memindahkan jantung ke tempat asal.

Zhiliang yang mendapat semangat baharu daripada kisah lelaki itu kemudiannya berhenti bekerja dan berpindah ke wilayah Wuhan dengan harapan dapat menjalani pembedahan yang sama.

“Saya tidak sangka rupa-rupanya saya berpeluang menjalani kehidupan normal seperti orang lain," katanya.

Dalam pada itu, Rongming berkata, dia juga telah hidup dengan keadaan jantung di bahagian abdomen selama 24 tahun, sama seperti Zhiliang, dan doktor memberi amaran tentang keadaannya yang semakin teruk serta memerlukan pembedahan segera.

Katanya, dia tidak mampu membiaya kos pembedahan berkenaan, namun kisahnya dalam media telah membantu dia menjalani pembedahan terbabit.

“Saya menjalani pembedahan selama 10 jam dan kini jantung saya berada di tempat yang sepatutnya”.

Saya berterima kasih kepada semua pihak yang membantu saya untuk menjadi manusia normal," katanya.


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 A 24-year-old man is waiting to have surgery after living his entire life with his heart beating just below the skin of his abdomen.

Ho Zhiliang was born with congenital cardiac exposure syndrome - a condition which is said to kill more than 90 per cent of patients at birth or shortly afterwards.

After Mr Zhiliang was born, his parents were warned he would not live long as his heart was so exposed.

They took him home to care for him and, to their amazement, he survived.

After he left school, he found a job as a barber and resigned himself to living with the condition.

However, earlier this year he read a newspaper article about someone with a similar condition who had undergone surgery to place their heart back in the correct position.

So, he gave up his job and moved to Wuhan in the hope of receiving the same surgery. Doctors are currently forming a plan to help him.

Mr Zhiliang read the story of Huang Rongming, from Henan province in China, who underwent life-changing surgery to move his heart into his ribcage.

He had lived his entire life with a heart protruding from his abdomen, and after the surgery, was finally able to walk upright without getting out of breath or turning blue.

Mr Rongming could not afford the procedure that would place his heart in his chest, but media coverage of his condition enabled him to undergo the life-changing operation.

He had lived with the rare condition for 24 years until a doctor told him his condition was rapidly deteriorating and that he required urgent surgery.

'It's a dream come true. I'm going to lead a normal life like everyone else,' he told ChinaDaily before the surgery.

Until he had the operation, Mr Rongming's heart could clearly be seen pumping underneath a thin layer of skin and bulging out from his upper belly.

The surgery lasted more than 10 hours and was entirely successful. His abdomen is now flat and his heart defect fixed.

Mr Rongming said: 'I am now normal, thanks to the many kind souls.'
Lapor:dailymail.co