embryopathy


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Related to embryopathy: teratogenic, rubella embryopathy

embryopathy

 [em″bre-op´ah-the]
a morbid condition of the embryo or a disorder resulting from abnormal embryonic development, with consequent congenital anomalies. See also fetopathy.
rubella embryopathy rubella syndrome.

em·bry·op·a·thy

(em'brē-op'ă-thē),
A morbid condition in the embryo or fetus.
Synonym(s): fetopathy
[embryo- + G. pathos, disease]

embryopathy

/em·bry·op·a·thy/ (em″bre-op´ah-the) a morbid condition of the embryo or a disorder resulting from abnormal embryonic development.
rubella embryopathy  congenital rubella syndrome.

embryopathy

(ĕm′brē-ŏp′ə-thē)
n. pl. embryopa·thies
A developmental disorder in an embryo.

embryopathy

[em′brē·op′əthē]
Etymology: Gk, en + bryein + pathos, disease
any anomaly occurring in the embryo or fetus as a result of interference with normal intrauterine development. A kind of embryopathy is rubella embryopathy.

embryopathy

A general term for any constellation of malformations attributed to a particular exogenous agent. See AIDS embryopathy, Alcohol embryopathy, Diabetic embryopathy, Retinoic acid embryopathy, Varicella embryopathy, Vitamin A embryopathy.

em·bry·op·a·thy

(em'brē-op'ă-thē)
A morbid condition in the embryo or fetus.
Synonym(s): fetopathy.
[embryo- + G. pathos, disease]

embryopathy

Any developmental or biochemical disorder of an EMBRYO.

embryopathy

a morbid condition of the embryo or a disorder resulting from abnormal embryonic development, with consequent congenital anomalies.
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The neonate requires examination by a paediatrician and/or geneticist for warfarin embryopathy.
A case of isotretinoin embryopathy with bilateral anotia and Taussig-Bing malformation.
Isotretinoin embryopathy which is caused by isotretinoin is manifested by auricle anomalies, cleft palate, micrognatia, cardiac defects, aortic arcus malformations and central nervous system anomalies (1,2).
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In one older Italian study involving 58 pregnancies, no cases of embryopathy occurred at warfarin doses of 5 mg/day or less, compared with a 9% rate at doses above 5 mg/day (J.
Anomalies of the kidneys and genitourinary tract in alcoholic embryopathy.
The drug is associated with spontaneous abortions and a spectrum of congenital defects collectively termed methotrexate embryopathy.
The overall incidence of diabetic embryopathy is 6%-10%, which is five times higher than in nondiabetics.
Isotretinoin, which is uniquely effective for severe, cystic acne, is associated with retinoid embryopathy in about 28% of exposed fetuses.