Science has made brutal advances in recent years. But the most recent achievement would have been unmatched in recent decades. However, it finally happened: the first successful uterine transplant.
The specialized scientific publication The Lancet It was the first to discover the news. With the details of the clinical case in which is documented as the birth of a baby violated in an implanted uterine has been achieved.
The Doctors of the University of São Paulo In Brazil they were in charge of reaching the feat. Where a 32-year-old woman gave birth to a girl.
All still get an uterus transplant from an adult woman over 40 years old; Continued due to a move.
As reported by BBC, The mother is born without an uterus due to a conventional disease known as Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome. Where she was born without an uterus, but has ovaries and egg production.
In the past, some successful uterine transplants have been achieved, with almost a dozen babies born under the procedure.
However, it was always thanks to a living donor who gave her uterus to a woman in her need.
This is the first time in history where the uterus of a deceased woman is successfully used to achieve birth.