congenital disease


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congenital disease

A disease that is present at birth. It may be due to hereditary factors, prenatal infection, injury, or the effect of a drug the mother took during pregnancy.
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These results will provide a better understanding of limb and cardiac morphogenesis, which can be further used in biomedical research of many congenital diseases, including congenital heart disease, which is the most common of human birth defects.
The heart condition was a congenital disease so it had very little to do with my diet because my diet is perfect, my training is perfect - and my cigars are perfect.
CF is a life-threatening congenital disease that causes thick mucus to build up in the lungs, digestive tract and other areas of the body.
Summary: The 'Nabadat' initiative, launched in 2007 by Dubai Health Authority (DHA) to provide free heart surgeries for children with congenital disease, will now be expanding its services to different countries across the globe.
Targeted resequencing of genes/genomic regions is a key step in detecting mutations associated with congenital disease.
If people there are suffering from any congenital disease in the village that we need to look into.
The brave tot suffered with a congenital disease that caused facial deformities for the first 16 months of her life.
Sclerostin is produced by a gene called SOST, and individuals with mutations in that gene have sclerosteosis, a congenital disease characterized by extremely high bone mass, often leading to increased intracranial pressure and death.
News & World Report's 2013-14 "America's Best Children's Hospitals" list and among the Top 10 on Parents magazine's 2013 "Best Children's Hospitals" list, Nationwide Children's Hospital is one of the nation's largest not-for-profit freestanding pediatric healthcare networks providing care for infants, children and adolescents as well as adult patients with congenital disease.
Sucrose deficiency, a congenital disease, may be the cause of excessive flatus.
The company is exploring partnering opportunities for the congenital disease application of its CMV vaccine and for its pandemic influenza DNA vaccines.
News & World Report's 2013-2014 Best Children's Hospitals” and among the Top 10 on Parents magazine's 2013 “Best Children's Hospitals” lists, Nationwide Children's Hospital is one of the nation's largest not-for-profit freestanding pediatric healthcare networks providing care for infants, children, adolescents and adult patients with congenital disease.

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