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Related to congenital: congenital disease, Congenital heart defects, Congenital scoliosis, Congenital adrenal hyperplasia, congenital diaphragmatic hernia
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Adults with congenital heart disease account for only about 3% of the heart transplants in the US in recent years, but that's several times as many as 15 years ago, and the clime is likely to continue, according to a new analysis of the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) data, a ground breaking study of data that only begins to characterize a population about which little is known.
There is a wide range of congenital heart diseases that can include abnormal anatomy of the heart or blood vessels, heart rhythm disorders, the pumping ability of the heart, and many others.
The day enabled participants to keep abreast of changes in the congenital heart disease field.
Paul Youngson, 24, was born with congenital heart problems and had to have a series of operations when he was three months old.
According to the university's research group, the congenital abnormality of KRAS and BRAF induces CFC syndrome, a rare genetic disorder characterized by a distinctive facial appearance, congenital cardiac lesion, mental deficiency, and excessive keratinization.
And, later in life, women with congenital heart disease are 100 times more likely to die during pregnancy than others, specialists said.
Scientists have found new evidence that prenatal exposure to air pollution may cause congenital heart defects.
His clinical interests include: congenital diaphragmatic hernia, chest wall defects (pectus excavatum and pectus carinatum), newborn surgery, surgical oncology, pediatric trauma, pediatric critical care, and minimally invasive surgical techniques.
LANCASTER - A Los Angeles County board has recommended paying $125,000 to the parents of a teenager who died from a congenital heart ailment after collapsing at Challenger Memorial Youth Camp.
Congenital syphilis may affect up to one million pregnancies a year in developing countries, yet this significant public health problem appears to have been forgotten.
To date, the Food and Drug Administration has not identified a recognizable pattern of congenital eye malformations in babies exposed to antidepressants during pregnancy.