congenital


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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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This target will not be met without addressing congenital heart disease, and we need to assist CHD patients who cannot afford this care,' said the senior surgeon.
Keywords: Congenital anomalies, Cleft lip, Hydronephrosis, Meningomyeloceole, Tetra logy of fallot.
The analysis included 8 studies with 25,856 children obtained from IVF techniques and 287,995 children spontaneously conceived and a total of 2289 congenital heart defects.
After gross observation and dissection, congenital malformation was seen in 16 (14.
Conclusion: The frequency of Congenital Hypothyroidism is notably higher in pediatric community than reported in most other countries.
The updated guidance for maternal testing (2) is intended to reduce the possibility of false-positive results in the setting of the lower pretest probability; however, there is a possibility that the lack of routine testing might delay identification of some infants without clinical findings apparent at birth, but who may have complications from congenital Zika virus infection.
Keywords: Pulse oximetry, Congenital heart defects, Newborn.
In Xp21 locus,there are dystrophin, GK,DAX1 (NROB1) and IL1RAPL1 genes which are related with dystrophinopathy,glycerol kinase, congenital adrenal hypoplasia and intellectual disability, respectively.
According to the company, AMO-02 (tideglusib) is in clinical stage development for the treatment of the severe form of myotonic dystrophy known as congenital DM1.
Keywords: Anti-Ro/La antibody, congenital heart block, discordant complete atrioventricular block, infants
A 36-year-old Korean woman with congenital symmastia and macromastia visited our hospital for corrective surgery.
Advances in medications and medical procedures are helping individuals born with congenital heart defects live longer into adulthood than ever before.
In this letter, a case presentation has been made to recognize congenital mydriasis, discuss the causes of mydriasis and emphasize the importance of pupil examination.
born neonates for critical congenital heart disease that started in 2011 has had an apparent effect on infant mortality.
Congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN) are pigmented lesions that are present at birth and created by the abnormal migration of neural crest cells during embryogenesis.