congenital defect

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The cases were classified depending upon the type and subtype of the congenital defect. Proband's were also divided based on all the variables mentioned earlier.
Sharjah: A baby boy with a congenital defect found abandoned in a Sharjah area is in a stable condition in Al Qasimi Hospital.
Multiple congenital defects in a female calf: a case report.
Not only are they up to four times more likely than nondiabetic women to miscarry, but their babies face three times the normal risk of congenital defects.
Arthrogryposis was the greatest congenital defect observed in present study (26.9%), similar incidence was reported by (Aziz and Sultan, 1998 and Majeed et al., 1992).
Milagros whose name means "miracles," has a rare congenital defect known as sirenomelia, or "mermaid syndrome," which occurs in one out of every 70,000 births.
While no medical remedy can tame that fluttering feeling caused by a new romance, a cadre of cardiologists can bring relief to some of the millions of men and women who suffer from a congenital defect that leaves its victims prone to far riskier palpitations.
Dr Mustafa Kazim, consultant nephrologist at Welcare Hospital, told Gulf News the boy suffered from a congenital defect, which did not allow his kidneys to develop properly.
Since the foreskin may be useful in penile reconstruction procedures, you don't want to make the diagnosis of a congenital defect after cutting part of this tissue off.
Since undergoing an operation to correct the congenital defect at Philippine Heart Center on April 23, Baby Jaden has been in the intensive care unit because of an infection.
Sharjah: An Emirati baby girl, born with a 1.5kg tumour as a result of a rare congenital defect, has turned the corner after doctors at the Al Qasimi Hospital in Sharjah successfully operated on her on the second day of her birth itself.
EC is a rare congenital defect in the union of the anterior chest wall resulting in location of the heart outside the chest.
It is about two sisters born with Disprosopus or craniofacial duplication, a congenital defect where they have two faces but only one body.
The case-patient definition was any fetus or neonate with a CNS congenital defect of unexplained etiology and a maternal gestational period that overlapped the extended Zika virus circulation period (June 1, 2013-August 31, 2014) by [greater than or equal to] 1 weeks (17).
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