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The "pelvic digit"--an unusual developmental anomaly.
Situs Inversus is a rare congenital developmental anomaly with autosomal recessive inheritance wherein the position of organs in chest and abdomen are reversed along sagittal plane.
He was born from one embryo but there was a developmental anomaly.
The greater depth of the sella turcica in both the skull bones, clearly suggest of some developmental anomaly.
The medial cuneiform can sometimes present as a bipartite cuneiform, a rare developmental anomaly.
In round figures, the table shows that 85% of the 39 participants with an ASD had visible plaque, with 1 participant in Urgent Need of Care (UNC); 62% had visible gingivitis (2 participants in UNC); 21% had visible caries (2 participants in UNC); 15% had restorative treatment (fillings) that indicate previous dental treatment; 44% had clinical signs of bruxism; 5% had delayed eruption or missing teeth (with 1 participant in UNC); 0% appeared to have an oral infection considered to be in UNC; 0% had a developmental anomaly involving the oral cavity; 26% had an oral injury with 23% involving teeth and 2% involving the cheeks, lips, tongue, or gingiva; and 49% were considered to be orally defensive.
Although both of these conditions can appear somewhat similar, cryptophthalmos is a congenital developmental anomaly, and ankyloblepharon is usually secondary to an inciting cause.
Report on a rare developmental anomaly in the scorpion, Centruroides vittatus (Buthidae).
The birth defect that PGD prevented is called holoprosencephaly (HPE), a common and typically fatal developmental anomaly in which the brain fails to separate into distinct right and left hemispheres.
A developmental anomaly in an area of the brainstem that may sense carbon dioxide in the blood and that may help regulate respiration appears to be the physiologic root of at least some cases of sudden infant death syndrome, Dr.
Solitary osteochondromas may be either primary due to a developmental anomaly of bone, or secondary following trauma.
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