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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Association between congenital anomalies and symptomatic dengue virus infection during pregnancy, Brazil, 2006-2012 Congenital anomaly Odds ratio (95% CI) Neurologic congenital anomalies 1.5 (0.9-2.2) Anencephaly 1.9 (0.8-4.4) Encephalocele 1.4 (0.3-6.9) Microcephaly 1.7 (0.3-8.3) Congenital hydrocephalus 1.6 (0.8-3.2) Other congenital malformations of 4.5 (1.7-11.3 brain Spina bifida 0.8 Other congenital malformations of 5.4 spinal cord Other congenital malformations of Not available nervous system
Polydactyly or duplication is the most common congenital anomaly of the limbs.
The number of births which resulted in fetal mortality or mortality related with congenital anomaly which constituted Group 1 and Group 2 in 2007 showed a 20% increase compared to 1999.
Tracheal bronchus is accepted as a normal anatomical variation in some animals like sheep, pig, camel, goat and giraffe while it is seen as a congenital anomaly in human beings.
Unicuspid aortic valve (UAV) is a rare congenital anomaly with an estimated incidence of 0.025% found by echocardiography and 5.5% found during aortic valve replacement.
Crossed renal ectopia is a rare congenital anomaly in which both kidneys are situated on one side and fused together in 85%-90% of cases.
Hypospadias is a rare congenital anomaly of the urethra, in which the urethra opens ventral and caudal to its normal anatomic location [1-4].
These patients were scanned in detail for any congenital anomaly in isolation or related to system involvement.
Summary: Every year, 600 children in Lebanon are born with a heart condition known as a congenital anomaly that, if left untreated, will claim the lives of many before they reach their first birthday.
There was no history of any congenital anomaly or congenital tumors in the father, the ovum donor or their relatives.
The source population consisted of congenital anomaly cases and control births from the Barcelona congenital anomalies register, Registro Defectios Congenitos Barcelona (REDCB), which has accrued approximately 13,000 births/year from nearly all maternity units in the city since its start in 1992.
Splenogonadal fusion is a rare congenital anomaly characterized by congenital fusion between the spleen and testicular tissue.

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