congenital heart defect

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Advanced maternal age is proposed to be a risk factor of the heart malformation in some studies; Miller et al .
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis of human congenital heart malformation and Holt-Oram syndrome.
The same genetic flaw underlying Sarah's heart malformation caused other problems.
Contract award notice: "supply of medical devices, angiography, cardiology, pacemakers and accessories under mda for the needs of" department of invasive cardiology "," department of vascular surgery, "" compartment for the treatment of congenital heart malformation "and" department of cardiac "at university hospital" st.
The infant, known as Baby Fae, was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a congenital heart malformation that kills most babies within a month of birth.
Contract notice: "supply of medical devices, angiography, cardiology, pacemakers and accessories under mda for the needs of" department of invasive cardiology "," clinic of vascular surgery "," unit for the treatment of congenital heart malformation "and" department of cardiac "at university hospital" st.
Periodic supplies of medical devices: Angiographic, Cardiological, Cardiostimulators and accessories in the sense of the mip for the needs of the department of invasive cardiology, The department of vascular surgery and angiology, The department of congenital heart malformations and the department of cardiac stimulation "at umhat" st.
The Ellis-van Creveld (EVC) syndrome is a chondroectodermal dysplasia and is characterized by the cardinal features of disproportionate short stature, polydactyly, hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia, and congenital heart malformations, along with other skeletal and dental abnormalities.
10] and atrial septal defect, fetal patent ductus arteriosus, and overall congenital heart malformations provide further evidence that prenatal exposure to air pollution is associated with risks for fetal heart malformations.
1,2 Nine patients included in this study suffered from large patent ductus arteriosus as well as multiple heart malformations and moderate or severe pulmonary arterial hypertension.
9] Other associated MKS features include cleft lip/palate, laterality defects and congenital heart malformations including dextrocardia, shortening and bowing of the long tubular bones and abnormal development of the male genitalia.
Fever during pregnancy can be harmful to the developing embryo, with links to a significant increase in the rates of spina bifi-da and heart malformations, so small doses of paracetamol are sometimes necessary.
Yet embryos in the dark developed just the familiar slow doom of heart malformations, Incardona and his colleagues reported in 2010 in Aquatic Toxicology.
It is generally associated to urinary tract malformations in about 40% of the cases, skeletal abnormalities, facial and distal portion of asymmetry in extremities, hearing impairment, and heart malformations (2).