congenital disease

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Gastric foregut duplication cyst is a rare congenital disease. In elderly patients, it is generally detected coincidentally.
In general, treatment of tracheostenosis due to granulation formation after tracheostomy in patients with congenital disease is difficult.
This may be due to a multiple of reasons, including congenital disease, hormone imbalance, genetic and nutritional defects.
With the incidence of congenital disease on the rise in Qatar, Hamad General Hospitals' Paediatric Cardiology section has seen a total of 5,075 visits at the Outpatient Clinic in 2013, according to Hamad Medical Corporation's Paediatric Cardiology chief Dr Reema Yousef Kamal.
Zhang is accused of falsely claiming that her child had a congenital disease, according to Weinan Intermediate People's Court.
Brad is a 17-year-old hunter afflicted with osteogenesis imperfecta, a congenital disease characterized by brittle bones that are prone to breakage.
'Biliary atresia' is a congenital disease, where the common bile duct between the liver and the small intestine is blocked or absent.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) will expand a service which provides free heart surgeries for children with congenital disease to different countries across the globe.
In humans, disruption of the PPO enzyme is associated with a congenital disease known as "porphyria," with symptoms that may include light sensitivity, seizures, and neuropsychiatric problems.
Most signs and clinical presentations are nonspecific and mimic disease due to organisms such as herpes simplex ,CMV, and rubella virus Signs include chorioretinitis ,blindness, epilepsy ,mental retardation ,encephalitis ,pneumonitis ,intracranial calcification and nonspecific illness [3].In addition to gestation age and treatment, transmission rates and severity of congenital disease are also likely to be affected by the strain of parasite, parasite load and the immune status and genetics of the hosts [39].
Dyslipidemia occurs more frequently than does structural congenital disease, heart rhythm disorders, heart failure, and most other conditions pediatric cardiologists manage.
SOMMER is director of the invasive adult congenital disease and invasive structural interventions programs at the Center for Interventional Vascular Therapy at Columbia University Medical Center in New York.
Washington, Aug 16 (ANI): A study has found a compound in green tea that shows great promise for the development of drugs to treat two types of tumours and a deadly congenital disease.
"High rates of vehicle accidents and congenital disease factors in the region contribute to an environment where long-term ventilator care and rehabilitation services are in high demand across the GCC region.
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