abnormality


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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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As no other type of rib abnormality than bifid ribs was observed in 49(7.
However, the most common type of menstrual abnormality was different in the two groups.
In addition to this, the abnormality may only be detected by careful inspection of the anatomy at surgery.
5) LV dysfunction was the most common abnormality noted in both groups i.
12,15) Rarity of this aberration in our group may be owing to the fact that the occurrence of this abnormality is more frequently seen in infants under one year and in secondary ALL.
8) Each time an obstetric ultrasound is performed, there is a risk that an abnormality may be missed.
Published in Reproductive BioMedicine Online, the study showed how abnormalities in five-day old human blastocysts can be identified by the rate at which they have developed, meaning the researchers could establish risk of genetic abnormality without a biopsy.
In a Bangladeshi study a younger age distribution was seen, as bimodal age distribution was detected in the epithelial cell abnormality, with one peak seen in 22-44 years of age and the bulk being diagnosed in patients aged 45 or above.
However, the positive predictive value (a positive test indicating there is a heart abnormality) was low, meaning many of the positive tests occurred on children who had no heart abnormality.
Specific grading parameters are described for each abnormality and are illustrated by a photomicrograph taken at X1000 magnification, unless otherwise indicated, from a peripheral blood smear stained with Wright or Wright Giemsa.
A good test of abnormality is The Wall Street Journal test.
The researchers examined 15,000 pregnant women aged 20-49 in Ontario, who had a mild abnormality on their glucose challenge tests (GCT), but who did not ultimately get diagnosed with gestational diabetes.
In most cases, patients have been referred from other health professionals because fetal or maternal abnormality is expected.
For our purposes, we define abnormality as missing, extra, or unusual body parts based on field observations.
Children with cancer have a higher prevalence of body abnormalities, such as asymmetric lower limbs and curvature of the spine, suggesting that the genetic defect responsible for the abnormality may play a role in the development of cancer, a study has concluded.