congenital disease

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In humans, disruption of the PPO enzyme is associated with a congenital disease known as "porphyria," with symptoms that may include light sensitivity, seizures, and neuropsychiatric problems.
In addition to gestation age and treatment, transmission rates and severity of congenital disease are also likely to be affected by the strain of parasite, parasite load and the immune status and genetics of the hosts [39].
Dyslipidemia occurs more frequently than does structural congenital disease, heart rhythm disorders, heart failure, and most other conditions pediatric cardiologists manage.
SOMMER is director of the invasive adult congenital disease and invasive structural interventions programs at the Center for Interventional Vascular Therapy at Columbia University Medical Center in New York.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A compound found in green tea shows great promise for the development of drugs to treat two types of tumors and a deadly congenital disease.
Washington, Aug 16 (ANI): A study has found a compound in green tea that shows great promise for the development of drugs to treat two types of tumours and a deadly congenital disease.
High rates of vehicle accidents and congenital disease factors in the region contribute to an environment where long-term ventilator care and rehabilitation services are in high demand across the GCC region.
The most common congenital disease in the series was a shunt lesion, in 87 women, followed by tetralogy of Fallot in 70, aortic coarctation in 52, and congenital aortic stenosis in 45.
He found transplant data bases tend to put adult patients with congenital disease into one category when actually they are a heterogeneous group.
One person has a congenital disease and is losing mobility due to deteriorating brain membranes, Ahlam said.
Nevertheless, both primary and nonprimary CMV infection during pregnancy are clearly important causes of congenital disease.
The timing was perfect for her and her husband's personal and professional lives, but doctors warned Nolan that her age inflated the chance that her baby would have a congenital disease such as Down syndrome.
China is losing 2 percent of its gross domestic product to anemia and 1 percent to neural tube defects, a congenital disease that causes disabilities, said Joseph Hunt, a conference presenter and fellow at the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation in the United States.
Gentry, 48, who uses a wheelchair and has extremely limited vision because of a congenital disease, will be picked up by a friend and driven home.
Using stem cells grown in the laboratory, a team of scientists from the University of Bonn (Germany) Medical Center, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have successfully transplanted those cells into the nervous systems of ailing rats and arrested the course of a debilitating congenital disease.
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