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The reason why so many children in the UAE have congenital defects is because of various reasons because of genetics and also because of inter-family marriages, he said.
Gastroschisis also can occur with limb-body-wall complex, a group of congenital defects that involve body-wall disruption, umbilical defects, and limb deficiencies.
The X-rays showed he was prone to injury due to congenital defects Klippel Feil Syndrome, fused neck bones, and scoliosis, which causes spine curvature.
This quality could be of immense value in fighting diseases that arise from congenital defects or degeneration of organs, says study coauthor Catherine M.
Neural Tube Defects (NTDs) are one of a few largely preventable congenital defects, achieved through adequate folic acid intake.
Although this condition can develop as a result of congenital defects, encephaloceles can also occur postsurgically.
Intrauterine infections are known causes of congenital defects worldwide.
The two immunosuppressants, azathioprine and cyclosporine, do not appear to cause congenital defects, but they may be associated with growth retardation.
Washington, Sept 24 (ANI): Expectant mothers exposed to drinking water contaminated with tetrachloroethylene or perchlorethylene (PCE) are likely to give birth to kids with congenital defects, according to a new study.
The couple was referred to the U-M Health System by their hometown physician in Saginaw because of U-M's expertise in repairing difficult congenital defects and for heart-lung support technology known as Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, or ECMO, which is used to care for desperately ill patients.
The entry on each agent lists human data (when it exists), a brief summary of published work, including species, dose, gestational age at the time of administration, and type of congenital defects produced, followed by a list of references.

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