congenital disorder

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Congenital problems are also a possibility, but the arterial system is under considerable pressure when a horse is at full speed," he said.
The other issue is interrelations between certaincultures, such as marrying close relations, which can lead to congenital problems.
In addition, congenital problems with the hair follicle can be seen in Doberman Pinschers, affecting both black and red dogs.
With congenital problems the cat's hair disappears within four weeks of life, or else it is born without any.
All his children were born with congenital problems and have suffered constant health complaints.
When defective, they can create many congenital problems, says Olson.
She was born with congenital problems of the eyes, had a number of glaucoma surgeries, and a cornea transplant, and still her favorite thing to do is read and draw,'' he said.
Already eight out of 10 fetuses diagnosed with Down's syndrome are aborted, and unseemly pressure toward abortion is being applied to parents when their offspring are determined to carry any number of mild to severe congenital problems.
It will also lead to congenital problems being cured in the womb.
TEACHER ALERT: In addition to your corrections concerning the direct-line relationship between the foot and the knee in plie, the three-point placement of the foot (heel, big toe, little toe) to avoid pronation, and the aligned lower spine to provide support, it is necessary to look for possible congenital problems in the kneecap.
This effort is part of the ongoing projects in Grikscheit's laboratory to help babies who are born with congenital problems of the intestine or who have part of the intestine removed soon after birth due to complications of prematurity.
The Fetal Center also does open surgery for fetal open neural tube ("spina bifida"), fetal lung abnormalities and other congenital problems, most of which if left untreated result in fetal or neonatal death.
The children's doctor said if there is no early intervention, babies with congenital problems could later suffer from mental retardation, nutritional problems and other afflictions lifelong.
The top doctor performed the first open-heart surgery for congenital problems in 1974 as well as the first coronary artery by-pass graft in 1975.
Ava's miraculous fight for life began just hours after she was born when she stopped breathing because of congenital problems in her heart.
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