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Synonyms for congenital

Synonyms for congenital

possessed at birth

forming an essential element, as arising from the basic structure of an individual

Synonyms for congenital

present at birth but not necessarily hereditary

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These data should facilitate pre-transplant risk assessment as an initial attempt, at least, to describe and analyze adult congenital transplant patients," who represent "something of a lost population incompletely described within our current data-collection schemes," Davies said.
Congenital epulis (CE) is a granular cell tumour which originates from the mucosa of the gingiva and occurs only in the newborn.
A cardiac surgeon explained the common surgical repair for adult congenital heart disease--Fontan procedure and recent modifications of Fontan.
Then I got an email from an Australian man whose son had been born with congenital heart disease and he traded a shirt he had worn to the Olympics where he was a steward.
But the experts warned that the majority of adult patients with congenital heart disease were not aware that they needed continuous specialist care, and when women fall pregnant they face much greater risks.
The researchers focused on the quality of the air that women were breathing during their first 2 months of pregnancy, which a 2002 study in California had linked to certain congenital defects of the heart, lip, and palate.
Before his arrest in August 2002, the boy had been receiving treatment at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles for a congenital condition called aortic stenosis, a narrowing of the heart's aortic valve.
Prevention of congenital syphilis--time for action [Editorial].
Since February, the FDA's Office of Drug Safety has searched the AERS database for reports of congenital eye disorders in association with citalopram, escitalopram, and other antidepressants.
This year's theme is congenital heart disease, since the heart foundation believe the number of adults living with the condition will rise by 50 per cent in the next 10 years.
Insurers have rejected applicants found to have congenital diseases during mass screenings of newborns, though the diseases are treatable, a survey revealed Tuesday.
1 The incidence of congenital syphilis also declined dramatically from 1991 (107.
This constellation of symptoms came to be known as congenital rubella syndrome, or CRS.
WS type 1, which accounts for two to three percent of all cases of congenital deafness, has been mapped to a narrow band on the long arm of chromosome 2.
Turner and Szymanski, both educators, offer a unique life span analysis in their manuscript, "Work Adjustment of People with Congenital Disabilities: A Longitudinal Perspective from Birth to Adulthood.