congenital anomaly

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Synonyms for congenital anomaly

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All Antenatally detected congenital anomaly cases were confirmed at delivery.
In our study, the rate of congential anomalies among perinatal deaths was found to be 23% and the most common congenital anomaly was central nervous system anomalies (32.
BEIRUT: Every year, 600 children in Lebanon are born with a heart condition known as a congenital anomaly that, if left untreated, will claim the lives of many before they reach their first birthday.
The source population consisted of congenital anomaly cases and control births from the Barcelona congenital anomalies register, Registro Defectios Congenitos Barcelona (REDCB), which has accrued approximately 13,000 births/year from nearly all maternity units in the city since its start in 1992.
The report, from the British Isles Network of Congenital Anomaly Registers, estimates there were 15,966 babies born with defects in 2011.
AROUND one in every 34 babies in Wales is born with a congenital anomaly, according to new research.
Models for stillbirth caused by congenital anomaly were run including terminations of pregnancy, in the event that terminations were due to anomalies.
Developmental dysplasia of the hip present in 2% of patients is another common congenital anomaly.
Congenitally corrected transposition of the great vessels (CCTGV) characterized by atrioventricular (AV) and ventriculoarterial discordance is a rare congenital anomaly which accounts for about 1% of all congenital heart disease cases (1).
For the first time [in the UAE], we have operated on a complex congenital anomaly in a girl who suffered from a rare condition.
The report, from the British Isles Network of Congenital Anomaly Registers (Binocar), covers five registers of defects in England and Wales.
The study found that infants living close to a site before its cleanup "are more likely to have a congenital anomaly.
demonstrated that all patients who presented with asymptomatic lesions of the chest wall had benign conditions, most commonly a congenital anomaly.
A Newcastle University research team led by Dr Ruth Bell has been awarded a 12-month project grant to collate information from unique registers of congenital anomaly and pregnancies in women with diabetes in the North of England.
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