congenital anomaly


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In our study, the rate of congential anomalies among perinatal deaths was found to be 23% and the most common congenital anomaly was central nervous system anomalies (32.3%).
UAV is a rare congenital anomaly, which has been linked to aortic root dilation in 48%-50% of the cases.
On detailed physical examination, no congenital anomaly was found.
Cryptorchidism is the most common congenital anomaly associated with human and canine hypospadias [1].
BEIRUT: Every year, 600 children in Lebanon are born with a heart condition known as a congenital anomaly that, if left untreated, will claim the lives of many before they reach their first birthday.
Twins were treated as one outcome (12 pairs) and classified as a case if one or both had a congenital anomaly; siblings were classified as separate outcomes.
Other risk factors included Caesarean section, pre-term birth and major congenital anomaly.
The report, from the British Isles Network of Congenital Anomaly Registers, estimates there were 15,966 babies born with defects in 2011.
A report, published today by the British Isles Network of Congenital Anomaly Registers (Binocar), shows that out of the 35,765 births in Wales in 2011, 1,039 had a birth defect.
Congenital anomalies are associated with folic acid intake, (23) maternal obesity, pre-existing diabetes, (24) and advanced age.25 We found that rates and absolute educational inequality in stillbirth caused by congenital anomaly tended to decrease in Quebec, despite an increase in prevalence of obesity and diabetes and the proportion of pregnancies at advanced ages.
Developmental dysplasia of the hip present in 2% of patients is another common congenital anomaly. In this regard, the data gathered confirm and extend previous results published by Siebner et al.
"For the first time [in the UAE], we have operated on a complex congenital anomaly in a girl who suffered from a rare condition.
The report, from the British Isles Network of Congenital Anomaly Registers (Binocar), covers five registers of defects in England and Wales.
The study found that infants living close to a site before its cleanup "are more likely to have a congenital anomaly." However, the study notes that mothers living nearer to sites tend to be younger, less educated and more prone to smoking, which could also play a role in the infant's health.
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