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Present since birth
A characteristic present from birth
Any trait or condition that exists from birth 1
Any trait present at birth, whether the result of a genetic or nongenetic factor See also: birth defect
Characterizing a condition present or existing at birth
Present at birth; usually a defect of either familial or exogenous origin which exists at the time of birth
condition existing at birth, not hereditary
A defect that is present at birth
A term meaning 'present at birth '
Existing at or dating from birth
Describes a condition present from birth Congenital malformations include all disorders present from birth whether they are inherited or caused by environmental factors
describes a condition which is present at birth
{s} existing from birth, innate, inborn
Condition present at the time of birth
present from the time of birth
A condition that is present at birth resulting from either heredity or environmental influences or both
Present in an individual at birth
At birth Thus a congenital abnormality is one that is present at birth
a condition found at birth
Referring to a condition present at birth that may be hereditary (a genetic disorder), may be the result of a problem during pregnancy (such as a maternal infection), or may occur due to injury to the fetus prior to or at the time of birth
Existing from birth
Present at birth
—Present or existing at the time of birth
Existing at, or dating from, birth; pertaining to one from birth; born with one; connate; constitutional; natural; as, a congenital deformity
Existing at birth
A congenital disease or medical condition is one that a person has had from birth, but is not inherited. When John was 17, he died of congenital heart disease. + congenitally con·geni·tal·ly congenitally deaf patients
present at birth but not necessarily hereditary; acquired during fetal development
A congenital characteristic or feature in a person is so strong that you cannot imagine it ever changing, although there may seem to be no reason for it. He was a congenital liar and usually in debt. = incorrigible + congenitally con·geni·tal·ly I admit to being congenitally lazy
existing before or at birth
congenital insensitivity to pain
A rare inborn disorder, the sufferers of which can not feel pain
Congenital absence
Absence in birth
congenital disorder
(Tıp, İlaç) A physical defect present in a baby at birth that can involve many different parts of the body, including the brain, heart, lungs, liver, bones, and intestinal tract
congenital malformation
(Tıp, İlaç) A physical defect present in a baby at birth that can involve many different parts of the body, including the brain, heart, lungs, liver, bones, and intestinal tract
congenital abnormality
{i} congenital defect, congenital disorder, birth defect, defect present at birth
congenital afibrinogenemia
a rare congenital disorder of blood coagulation in which no fibrinogen is found in the blood plasma
congenital defect
{i} congenital disorder, birth defect, defect present at birth
congenital disorder
{i} congenital defect, congenital abnormality, birth defect, defect present at birth
congenital disorder
Structural abnormality (e.g., atresia, agenesis), functional problem (e.g., cystic fibrosis, phenylketonuria), or disease present at birth. Almost all are due to genetic factors (inherited or spontaneous mutations, chromosomal disorders), environmental influences during pregnancy (rubella or other maternal factors, exposure to toxins or radiation), or both. The most sensitive period is the first eight weeks after conception, during which time the human embryo is essentially formed. Major congenital malformations form during this period. Some inherited disorders result from simple Mendelian dominance or recessiveness. Others may involve multiple genes. Chromosomal disorders are rare, because few affected fetuses survive to be born. Environmental influences may affect only one of a pair of identical twins. At least 30 significant defects probably occur per 1000 births. See also birth defect; Down syndrome
congenital heart defect
Part of the heart or its major blood vessels that isn't formed properly and doesn't work as it should at birth
congenital heart defect
a heart problem present at birth, caused by improper development of the heart during fetal development
congenital heart defect
a birth defect involving the heart
congenital heart disease
Deformity of the heart. Examples include septal defect (opening in the septum between the sides of the heart), atresia (absence) or stenosis (narrowing) of one or more valves, tetralogy of Fallot (with four components: ventricular septal defect, pulmonary valve stenosis, right ventricular enlargement, and positioning of the aorta so that it receives blood from both ventricles), and transposition of the great vessels (so the pulmonary and systemic circulations each receive blood from the wrong side of the heart). Such defects can prevent enough oxygen from reaching the tissues, so the skin has a bluish cast. Many are fatal if not corrected surgically soon after birth or, rarely, before birth, if detected prenatally. Abnormalities of the large vessels are usually less serious (see aorta, coarctation of; ductus arteriosus)
congenital sterility
state which exists from birth in which one is unable to reproduce
In a congenital manner
innately, from birth