congenital disorder

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The chance of survival in patients with ectopia cordis depends on the accompanying congenital disorders and most of the patients with severe congenital heart disorders are lost in the early period (1, 11).
The five Oscar nominees talk up the key scenes in their films, which cover suicide hotlines, terminal cancer, congenital disorders and cow slaughter.
A hospital in Ras Al Khaimah has successfuly operated a new born Emirati baby girl suffering from a rare congenital disorder of pancreas, which accounts for one per cent of all intestinal obstructions in the pediatric population.
Kari, who was born with a congenital disorder affecting her blood flow, was rushed into the emergency unit on April 23 this year where her condition rapidly deteriorated.
Larsen syndrome is a rare congenital disorder characterized by multiple large joint dislocations and flattened facies.
Hallermann-Streiff syndrome, also known as oculomandibulofacial syndrome, is a rare congenital disorder affecting growth and cranial, dental, ocular, pilocutaneous, and mental development.
Dame Tanni was born with spina bfida, a congenital disorder in which some of the vertebrae that make up the backbone are fused together.
All cash raised at the fun event went to a trust fund for Jamie, who was born with a rare and life-threatening congenital disorder called Duncan's Syndrome and needs a bone marrow transplant within two years.
Background: The VA recognises only one birth defect, spina bifida (a developmental congenital disorder caused by the incomplete closing of the embryonicneural tube), in the children of both male and female Vietnam veterans.
Neither he nor his family were aware he had the congenital disorder until his death.
Pistorius, 24, had both legs amputated when he was just 11-months-old because of a congenital disorder.
Albinism is a rare congenital disorder in which people lack pigment in their skin, hair and eyes.
The schoolgirl suffers from visual impairment and Albinism, a congenital disorder that has made her hypersensitive to sunlight.
MDL is a rare congenital disorder of focal gigantism affecting the extremities--more commonly, the second and third digits of the foot, but it may also affect the hand.
CHARGE syndrome is a congenital disorder with multiple physical, sensory, and behavioral anomalies, such as hearing loss, vision loss, and balance problems that can delay a child's development and communication.
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