maldevelopment


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maldevelopment

 [mal″de-vel´op-ment]
abnormal growth or development.

maldevelopment

/mal·de·vel·op·ment/ (-dĭ-vel´op-mint) abnormal growth or development.

maldevelopment,

n an abnormal, imperfect, or deficient formation or development.

maldevelopment

abnormal growth or development.
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Presumably, the maldevelopment of the distal mesonephric duct and faulty ureteral budding leads to renal agenesis or dysplasia, and atresia of the ejaculatory duct leads to obstruction and cystic dilatation of the seminal vesicle.
Congenital rectovaginal fistula, imperforate anus, hypospadias and other anatomical variants of cloacal dysgenesis can also be associated with maldevelopment of the Mullerian and mesonephric duct derivatives.
Inadequate secretion of TGF-[beta], lower gene expression of Foxp3, the reduction of the cell count and the differentiation maldevelopment of regulatory T cells in [CD4.
that either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment or deprivation" (p.
muscle restriction and compressive effects) that caused maldevelopment of the medial rectus muscle and secondary strabismus.
Finally, it has been well documented that anterolateral thoracotomies in infants can lead to breast and pectoral muscle maldevelopment.
The possible function of TNF[alpha] may be to boost death signaling in order to kill the embryo if initial damages triggered by detrimental stimuli may culminate in structural anomalies, and stimulate protective mechanisms if the repair of these damages may prevent maldevelopment (Toder et al.
By way of a prelude, violence is usually defined as "the intentional use of physical force or power, threatened or actual, against oneself, another person, or against a group or community, that either results in or has a high likelihood of resulting in injury, death, psychological harm, maldevelopment or deprivation.
The CPDE's key messages are these: That poverty is a symptom of maldevelopment.
Of the many types of nystagmus, there are two types of 'developmental' nystagmus: 1) infantile nystagmus syndrome (formerly known as congenital nystagmus); and 2) latent nystagmus (also known as fusional maldevelopment nystagmus syndrome).
Covering all aspects of metabolic pathways in cancer, “MNO” publishes content investigating the pathophysiology of metabolic maldevelopment, as well as the differentiation of metabolic pathways in healthy compared to cancerous tissues.
77) Maldevelopment of the maternal spiral arteries in the first trimester predisposes to placental dysfunction and suboptimal pregnancy outcomes in the second half of pregnancy.