congenital disorder


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Related to congenital disorder: myorrhexis, Congenital heart disorder
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Macrodystrophia lipomatosa--A rare congenital disorder.
CHARGE syndrome is a congenital disorder with multiple physical, sensory, and behavioral anomalies, such as hearing loss, vision loss, and balance problems that can delay a child's development and communication.
The month-old girl suffers from what appears to be craniofacial duplication, an extremely rare congenital disorder in which part of the face is duplicated on the head.
Moyamoya is accepted as primary if it is isolated (Moyamoya disease), or as secondary (Moyamoya syndrome) if the anomaly is associated with an acquired condition or congenital disorder.
Lapper, who was born with no arms and shortened legs due to a congenital disorder, posed naked for Quinn when she was eight months pregnant.
Even today, this congenital disorder is extremely rare.
Williams Syndrome is a rare congenital disorder characterized by physical and development problems, including elfin-like facial features, heart and blood vessel problems, and low IQs.
Victoria was born with arthrogryposis, a congenital disorder affecting the limbs, and cannot walk or move her arms.
Severe, malignant osteopetrosis is a life-threatening congenital disorder in which an overgrowth of bony structures leads to blindness, deafness and increased susceptibility to infection.
A high dose, injectable formulation of interferon gamma has already been approved for the treatment of chronic granulomatous disease, a congenital disorder of the immune system of children and for the treatment of osteopetrosis, a life-threatening disorder causing the overgrowth of bony structures.
MINNEAPOLIS -- (NASDAQ: SSYS) Stratasys released a video and case study today demonstrating how 3D printing helped 4-year old Emma Lavelle overcome the limitations of a congenital disorder, allowing her to use her arms for the first time.
Brian, of Edinburgh, who has the congenital disorder Treacher Collins syndrome, said: "I've noticed a huge difference in the range of sounds I can hear.
The baby was noted to have abdominal distension and episodes of bilious vomiting due to a rare congenital disorder of pancreas known as "Annular Pancreas" in conjunction with another congenital anomaly known as "Duodenal Diaphragm".
X-rays confirmed the nerve damage, caused by crumbled vertebrae L6 and S1, and revealed a mild version of congenital disorder, spina bifida.
Stratasys, a maker of additive manufacturing machines, said a robotic device made with 3D printer, has helped a 4-year old girl to overcome the limitations of a congenital disorder, allowing her to use her arms and also play for the first time.
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