congenital disorder

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The congenital absence of a sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM) has been traditionally described in pediatric patients, and it is associated with congenital torticollis.
The most common of these meniscal variants is the discoid lateral meniscus, and the least common is complete congenital absence of the menisci.
A computed tomography (CT) scan of the abdomen/pelvis with intravenous contrast revealed thrombosis of the distal inferior vena cava (IVC) and iliac veins with a congenital absence of suprarenal and intrahepatic segments of the IVC (Fig1&2) with extensive collaterals and prominent ascending lumbar, perivertebral, azygous and hemiazygous venous systems.
The DGS was first described in 1965 in an infant who showed congenital absence of the thymus and the parathyroid along with abnormal levels of serum calcium and impaired cellular immunit (11).
True congenital absence of a coronary artery is expected to lead to hypoplasia of the dependent myocardium.
The 19-year-old patient with congenital absence of the uterus and vagina refused the split-thickness skin graft typically used for treating the condition and instead underwent the Apligraf procedure.
the congenital absence of the lower second permanent premolar, reduced or absent hypoconulid of the lower third molar and the frequency of perforations on the posterior part of cattle skulls).
Congenital absence of the vasa deferentia presenting with infertility J Androl 1985;6:15-9.
Anencephaly is generally defined as the congenital absence of skull, scalp and forebrain (cerebral hemispheres).
Urogenital anomalies in men with congenital absence of the vas deferens.
Congenital absence of the pericardium is a rare condition, which is usually encountered incidentally in surgical procedures or autopsies (1,2).
Differential diagnosis may include fracture/dislocation, congenital absence of the extensor pollicus longus tendon, or arthrogryposis.
Congenital absence of submaxillary gland detected on 99mTc-pertechnetate thyroid imaging.
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