consanguinity


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(anthropology) related by blood

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3) / 5 3-180 GB, echymosis (38,5) n=156 Parental Common Rate of Prophy Cause consanguinity / treatment ICH n, Iaxis n, of n, Positive history choices (%) (%) excitus of family n,(%) (%) (%) FVII 13 (24.
Prof Fatemi underscored the Kuwait clinic's findings which links consanguinity, or marriages within the family, not only to genetic defects but also to infertility.
Distribution of risk factors in relation to outcome of pregnancy Variables Status Total of risk (n=4041) factors Consanguinity A 3505 (86.
The proposed measure further states that a political dynasty exists where two or more spouses or relatives within the second degree of consanguinity or affinity run simultaneously for elective public office within the same province, even if neither is related to an incumbent elected official.
He explained that consanguinity is a leading cause for hereditary hearing impairment.
Talking about high risk, Dr Joshi says, "This is because of consanguinity or cousin marriages (individuals from same family or tribe are more likely to carry similar genes and pass them to their children) and large family size (more the number of children in affected family, more is the chance of being affected).
We believe it remains a land where, to borrow a phrase from French writer Marcel Proust, men and women are drawn together "not by common opinions, but by a consanguinity of the spirit.
The ban also involves members who have relative consanguinity or relationship by marriage up to the fourth degree, act as agents, legal representatives or custodians for either party to the dispute,'' according to the new ordinance.
Infectious disease control is the school from which classical public health has to graduate into modern public health that deals with all diseases--including not only life style diseases but also injuries, mental diseases, environmental and industry-related toxicities and genetic diseases of consanguinity.
She had no history of genetic disorders, consanguinity, and alcohol or recreational drug use.
There was nothing of note in the prenatal and natal history and no consanguinity between the parents.
While her inclusion of the crusades here seems odd, her extended consideration of marriage--including motivations, dowries, consanguinity issues, sacramentality, and feasting--is a fine digest of recent findings and tradition.
Under the bill, political dynasty "shall exist when a person who is a member of the immediate family of an incumbent or any of his relatives within the second degree of consanguinity or affinity holds or runs for an elective office simultaneously with the incumbent elective official within the same province or occupies the same office immediately after the term of office of the incumbent elective in any local or national election.
The court has the right to pardon the suspect's relatives and son-in-laws within four degrees of consanguinity from this penalty.
We have found many inherited metabolic disorders among the population here, especially within the Qatari community due to consanguinity.