congenital disorder

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The results of this study show that babies admitted to a Newborn Special Care Unit had congenital abnormalities and that the commonest forms seen were mainly CVS birth defects.
FA should be considered at any age in a patients with unexplained cytopenia accompanying any congenital abnormalities.
Assistance was provided to PAHO countries for the implementation of comprehensive health care and social services for infants with congenital abnormalities.
Congenital abnormalities of the ribs can be classified as numerical or structural.
This study focused on the different presentations of omphalocoeles and the associated congenital abnormalities.
It highlights the proportion of under-5 deaths from congenital abnormalities (obvious structural abnormalities), which are particularly prevalent in early neonatal mortality--a close third (9.
The vision was normal and pup appeared healthy and no other congenital abnormalities were noted.
Existing evidence and unpublished data shared with WHO highlight the wider range of congenital abnormalities probably associated with the acquisition of Zika virus infection in utero," the editorial said.
The hearing aid is designed for patients with congenital abnormalities in the outer or middle ear.
The incidence of this anomaly is not known and it may be either isolated or in association with other congenital abnormalities.
Devices of this kind are typically used in the repair of bony defects resulting from trauma, disease, or congenital abnormalities.
The National Bureau of Economic Research study, "Superfund Cleanups and Infant Health," shows that investment in Superfund cleanups reduces the incidence of congenital abnormalities in infants by as much as 25 percent for those living within approximately 2,100 yards of a site.
3,5,6) Apart from renal tract anomalies, associated congenital abnormalities are typically more common in Type 1 CEPS.
Thirty-nine other young children will also be able to breathe easy, due to free heart surgeries that were recently performed by cardiologists to treat cardiac congenital abnormalities as part of the Nabadat initiative.
Craniomaxillofacial and Neurosurgical Craniofacial Implants and Related Products are used for a wide variety of different procedures including trauma, tumor resection, congenital abnormalities needing reconstruction, cosmetic reconstruction and augmentation.