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an abnormal condition in which a normal opening or tube in the body (as the urethra) is closed or absent

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3%) patient was given the MRCP finding of biliary atresia which is non-visualisation of intrahepatic or extrahepatic biliary channels with a small or atretic gall bladder.
Ewe was diagnosed as atresia ani and rectovaginal fistula.
As reported by Gulf News in January (2015), Aleeyah, who was born in March 2014, was diagnosed with biliary atresia, a life-threatening liver disease in which vessels known as bile ducts are damaged.
A continuacion se presenta el caso clinico de una nina de 7 dias de vida llevada a la consulta por presentar salida de heces a traves del introito vulvar y en quien se diagnostico atresia rectal con fistula rectovaginal congenita con ano normal y duplicidad vaginal (Fig.
Total aganglionosis associated with ileal atresia and malrotation
CT angiography of mildly symptomatic, isolated, unilateral right pulmonary vein atresia.
Among the topics are the Eustachian tube, laboratory tests of vestibular and balance functioning, aural atresia and unilateral hearing loss, benign neoplasms of the temporal bone, and evaluating and managing pulsatile tinnitus.
Among the parents attending Saturday's event was Vanessa Harris from St Mellons, whose twoyear-old daughter Ava was born with the rare liver disease, biliary atresia.
Main birth defects are neural tube defects, spinal disc herniation, esophageal atresia, gastroschisis (infant's intestines stick out of the body through a defect on one side of the umbilical cord), and several others.
Biliary atresia is seen in one in 10,000 babies worldwide," Sibal added.
Aural atresia is a hearing disorder that is difficult to treat.
One of these rare congenital conditions is called microtia, which refers to the lack of, or a very under-developed, external (outer) ear and atresia, which affects the structure of the ear canal and part of the middle ear.
The duodenal atresia was successfully corrected and the post-operative period was uneventful.
Unfortunately in India, most babies with biliary atresia are diagnosed after the age of 3 months
Dentro de las causas que generan oclusion duodenal congenita (ODC) la atresia duodenal es la mas frecuente.