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It is possible that, with increased use of celiac serology, milder cases of CD are now diagnosed in which there is no association with congenital malformation.
9% had an additional malformation, which was equivalent to an approximately 1/20 (5%) risk of congenital malformation (other than NTDs).
Cor triatriatum is a rare congenital malformation where the atrium is divided into two chambers.
Abnormal condition in foetus/newborn (presence of Down syndrome, congenital malformation and neural tube defect) was observed in a total of 54 cases, 17 (3.
In the US for instance, 2-3% of babies are born with a major congenital malformation.
They found that 85 percent of babies born with the congenital malformation known as anencephaly died in the hospital, most within two days of birth.
Researchers said: ``It has been recognised that treatment with antiepilepsy drugs during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of major congenital malformation.
Laryngomalacia is the most common congenital malformation of the larynx, and it is the most common cause of stridor in newborns and infants.
These are congenital malformation, problems with the nervous system, spina bifida, problems with the cardiovascular system and respiratory system.
Now, the data we have been waiting for, from the registry and other sources, are beginning to emerge, and are providing some reassuring--though still preliminary--information regarding the risk for major congenital malformation associated with first-trimester exposure to these drugs.
These high blood glucose levels increase the risk of congenital malformation, stillbirth, neonatal death, preterm delivery, macrosomia [oversized babies] and neonatal admission.
Rett syndrome and [alpha]-thalassemia X-linked mental retardation), congenital malformation (e.
London, Nov 30 (ANI): A research team has discovered a new gene associated with Hypospadias, the congenital malformation of the male genitalia.
The first three chapters give a broad overview of dysmorphology, assessment of an infant with congenital malformation, and guiding principles of genetic counseling.
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