Presentation Summary : Congenital Malformations Causes Genetic/chromosomal Enviornmental Incidence 2-3% of newborn (4-6% by age 5) In 40-60% of all birth defects cause is unknown
Source : http://w3.palmer.edu/loufreedman/Embryology/congmal.ppt
Presentation Summary : Congenital Midline Anomalies Summer ... Associated with other congenital abnormalities Gastroschisis Defect of the abdominal wall with herniation of abdominal viscera ...
Source : http://www.austincc.edu/nursmods/evc/evc_lev3/rnsg_1412/genitourinary_disorders/documents/LeaGUdefects09.ppt
Presentation Summary : Congenital abnormalities are physical defects present on a fetus or infant. Infants with congenital abnormalities have been born into every society and culture, ...
Source : http://www.pitt.edu/~super4/40011-41001/40921.ppt
Presentation Summary : Usually hypertropic cardiomyopathy or congenital abnormalities 10:1 ratio male to female Football & Basketball see the highest incidents. Definition Sudden Death: ...
Source : http://www.d.umn.edu/hper/majors/athletic_training/faculty_staff/documents/CardiacPatholgy_000.ppt
Presentation Summary : * Polyhydramnios- too much amniotic fluid CAUSES: Congenital defects- swallowing defects, GI blockage or neurological abnormalities.
Source : http://www.elcamino.edu/faculty/mcolunga/RT%2091%20SPRING%202012/Female%20and%20Male%20pathology%20SPRING%202012.ppt
Presentation Summary : Congenital – Birth Defects Congenital – Teratogenic Agents Trisomy Disorders ... and if interrupted will result in permanent congenital abnormalities.
Source : http://faculty.plattsburgh.edu/jeanne.ryan/lectures/Disorders%20of%20Development-lecture%207A.ppt
Presentation Summary : Congenital anomalies of Auricle. ... External & middle ear abnormalities are generally associated and classified into 3 types. Type 1 (mild) – Auricle is normal.
Source : http://lectures.howmed.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/EAR-CONG-MALFORMATIONS.pptx
Presentation Summary : Rubella History 1881 Rubella accepted as a distinct disease 1941 Associated with congenital ... congenitally infected resulting in major congenital abnormalities ...
Source : http://www.sums.ac.ir/icarusplus/export/sites/s/vice_chancellor/health/vahedhaye-setadi/behdashte-khanevade/upload/maderan/rubella_and_crs.ppt
Presentation Summary : Categories of Factors Responsible for Birth Defects Abnormalities of Individual Genes (Single Gene Defects) Chromosomal Abnormalities Intrauterine Injury
Source : http://core.ecu.edu/hhp/feltsw/HLTH3010/data/Unit2Lecture3/slides/Unit2Lecture3.ppt
Presentation Summary : Developmental, Genetic, & Pediatric Disease Developmental Abnormalities Congenital means “present at birth” may not reveal itself for years Congenital ...
Source : http://nhscience.lonestar.edu/biol/durham/docs/biol2305/7%20Developmental,%20Genetic,%20&%20Pediatric%20Disease.ppt
Presentation Summary : May become clinically significant if removal or endodontia is necessary Supernumerary Roots Abnormalities of Tooth ... cause of most congenital abnormalities ...
Source : http://www.cabrillo.edu/~sreddy/DH180/Chapter%205.ppt
Presentation Summary : Screening for Fetal Chromosomal Abnormalities Daniel P Eller, MD Maternal Fetal Specialists September 27, 2012 Fetal Choroid Plexus Cysts CPC with associated ...
Source : http://www.georgiaperinatal.org/docs/Eller-ScreeningforAneuploidy.ppt