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an abnormal physical condition resulting from defective genes or developmental deficiencies

retardation sufficient to fall outside the normal range of intelligence

marked strangeness as a consequence of being abnormal

behavior that breaches the rule or etiquette or custom or morality

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It's heartening that some babies born with abnormalities tested in the normal range later in life, though it's unclear whether any specific interventions help to deliver these positive findings.
They declared, 'We, therefore, recommend that the aforementioned disease conditions and their drug treatment during pregnancy be further investigated in future case control studies to fully understand their involvement in the development of birth abnormalities.'
Key words: Down syndrome, turner syndrome, genetic abnormalities, incidence.
They found eye abnormalities among 22% of the 156 RT-PCR-positive infants and 38% of the 68 RT-PCR-unconfirmed infants.
MRI imaging can identify nonspecific abnormalities like periventricular leucomalacia, atrophy, it can demonstrate static remote lesions like porencephaly, it can point out focal lesions responsible for seizures like focal cortical dysplasias and mesial temporal sclerosis being a potential candidate for epilepsy surgery.
Thus, of patients with persistent right UV, some show normal DV without abnormalities (including liver abnormality) whereas others (the present case) show ADV and liver abnormalities.
Numerical abnormalities were observed in cervical ribs in 19(3.6%), in thoracic ribs in 1(0.15%) and in lumbar ribs in 7(1.3%) cases.
This study may help us in determining the need to evaluate patients with PLE for thyroid function test abnormalities as a standard procedure, so that subclinical thyroid abnormalities may not be overlooked and they can be timely referred to the physicians for prompt management.
The prevalence of female reproductive abnormalities in different breeds of sheep reportedly vary from 0.72% to as much as 52.7% [10, 15, 18] whilst that in goats vary from 8.08% to 38% [11, 18, 19, 22-24].
An association between the presence of structural congenital abnormalities and second- and third-trimester growth restriction is already known for a long time [22-24].
The condition encompasses variably sized 'simple' abdominal wall defects with no associated abnormalities, to those associated with a spectrum of congenitally acquired abnormalities that include BeckwithWiedemann syndrome, 'omphalocoele, extrophy, imperforate anus, spinal' (OEIS) complex and the pentalogy of Cantrell.
(1) In contrast, only one quarter of HIV-negative gay or bisexual men in the same study group had anal cell abnormalities.
HPV vaccine reduced cervical abnormalities in young women.
There is a huge need for foetal medicine in the country because of the high rate of genetic or chromosomal abnormalities caused by consanguineous marriages.
Occurrence of menstrual abnormalities after tubectomy has been a matter of debate since the last few decades.