Anomaly

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Anomaly

An unusual or unrepeatable event. For example, a stock index inexplicably rising 20% in a week during a bear market may constitute an anomaly.
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We observed several statistically significant associations between IQR increases in spatial air pollutant exposure estimates and congenital anomaly groups (see Supplemental Material, Table S2): co-arctation of the aorta and [NO.
The total Wales figure is higher than the average figure used for England and Wales combined, which stands at around one in 46 babies being born with a congenital anomaly.
Some terminations may result from prenatal screening for congenital anomaly, which may potentially be more frequent in educated mothers.
Splenogonadal fusion is a rare congenital anomaly that may sonographically resemble polyorchidism.
A Newcastle University research team led by Dr Ruth Bell has been awarded a 12-month project grant to collate information from unique registers of congenital anomaly and pregnancies in women with diabetes in the North of England.
Case infants were those with any congenital anomaly diagnosed in the first year of life, who were matched with up to 10 controls (infants without a congenital anomaly) for maternal age, urban or rural residence, gestational age, and diabetes status.
Down's syndrome constitutes approximately 8% of cases of registered congenital anomaly in the European Union, with over 7,000 affected pregnancies each year in the 15 member states.
Supernumerary nostril is a very rare congenital anomaly.
The region is one of four areas of the country on the new Congenital Anomaly Register, with Wales, Trent and North West Thames.
Abstract: Cystic dysplasia of the testis is a rare congenital anomaly, only 29 cases having been previously reported.

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