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The characteristics of an infant born with congenital defects violate the parents' expectations of what their baby should be and are among the most common triggers of disturbed parent-infant relationships (Bassoff, 1982).
It also had a congenital defect to its forelegs, causing them to look bow-legged.
Imperforate anus is a rare congenital defect where the anus has no opening.
Annular pancreas is a congenital defect, which means it is present from birth.
The next year, Yilmaz and Altuntas reported the case of a 19-year-old man with a congenital defect on the posteroinferior portion of the septum.
But some researchers say it is a congenital defect that occurs early in pregnancy and may be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors such as malnutrition.
Sarah, who was born with no left hand due to a congenital defect, has been swimming at world-class level since 1992 and holds 48 world records.
Dan suffers from cranio-tharyngioma, a very rare congenital defect.
Progressive vaccinia occurs among those who are immunosuppressed because of a congenital defect, malignancy, radiation therapy, or AIDS.
A parent's constant grief or guilt because the child was born with a congenital defect, experienced a trauma, or if the child has contracted a chronic disease which may be genetically related, can have a negative impact on the child's development.
Mia has osteochondrodysplasia, a congenital defect caused by the same gene that gives Scottish Folds their small, folded ears and is sadly very common.
Punjab boy born with congenital defect is 'Hanuman' for locals
It is hoped the detailed research will also give parents whose baby has been diagnosed with a congenital defect before birth a better understanding as to its life-expectancy so they can make important, informed decisions.
His rare congenital defect was found on Valentine's Day in 2005 after he was hit in the chest during a fight and he collapsed.
Severe loss of hearing is the most common congenital defect and affects between one and three newborns out of a thousand, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, which has endorsed universal hearing tests for all newborns.
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