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Tailbone disorders: Tailbone disorders = coccyx condition such as cysts, tumors, infections, bruises, pulled ligaments or pain. Fracture is rare.

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Birth defects: The most common severe congenital anomalies are heart defects, neural tube defects and Down syndrome.
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Confusing question: There is a process where the stomach & intestines do not completely enter the abdomen from their formation area in the embryonic sac. This is called ... Read More
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It's genetic: Christmas disease is a blood clotting disorder, a second form of hemophilia, named after stephen christmas. Congenital means "from birth" so technical ... Read More
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Yes and no: In moyamoya, the inner layer (intima) of the internal carotid artery (ica) overgrows causing blockage of the lumen (opening) of the artery. The icas a ... Read More
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Birth defect: Congenital anomaly is an anatomic abnormality present at birth. There are many conditions that place a baby at risk for having one, but often the caus ... Read More
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Not really: Addison's disease is adrenal cortical failure due to injury, ablation or autoimmune disorders of adrenal gland or pituitary gland under-production of ... Read More
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Here are some...: Ureterocele is a congenital ballooning (dilation like a balloon) of the very ending part of about 1-2 cm (lying inside the bladder wall, but fortunate ... Read More
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Depends: Whoa - that depends completely on the nature and severity of the disorders and how correctable they are as well as what other non-cardiac anomalies ar ... Read More
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Yes: There are congenital pituitary disorders, although rare. You can have situations where the entire pituitary is not working, or just certain hormones, ... Read More

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