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Doctor insights on: Congenital Generalized Hypertrichosis

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What are common congenital disorders?

What are common congenital disorders?

Birth defects: The most common severe congenital anomalies are heart defects, neural tube defects and Down syndrome. ...Read more

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Can there be congenital absences of all or some of theteeth?

Can there be congenital absences of all or some of theteeth?

Congenital: It is usually the condition of genetic issue. Mostly happened on the lateral incisors and bicuspids, rarely absence of all teeth. ...Read more

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What congenital disease causes organs to be deattached from the body?

What congenital disease causes organs to be  deattached from the body?

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 gastroschesis. I no of no other entity where this description would apply. If you are thinking of something else please be more specific of the organs involved. ...Read more

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Can a stroke be congenital?

Can a stroke be congenital?

Sort of: You can have a stroke in the uterus (extremely, extremely rare) or any time after you are born. It is not really 'congenital' per se. What could be considered congenital would be risk factors such as a genetic predisposition to develop aneurysms in your brain or vascular malformations in your brain or bad athersclerotic disease of the arteries (hardening of the arteries). ...Read more

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Is lymphangioma congenital ?

Is lymphangioma congenital
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Yes: Yes lymphangioma is a congenital condition in the sense that it is something that a baby is born with. But it is also something that can progressively enlarge after birth. ...Read more

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What is a congenital "blebs" ?

What is a congenital "blebs" ?

A Bubble: Congenital means you are born with it, as opposed to acquiring it. A bleb is a small bubble or blister. The words "congenital blebs" are most common used to describe air sacs arising from the upper lung. Small ones are no problem, while larger blebs can pop, causing the lung to collapse (spontaneus pneumothorax). These are most common in people with tall thin torsos. Not sure if that's your bleb. ...Read more

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Is moyamoya a congenital disease?

Is moyamoya a congenital disease?

YES: Moyamoya disease is generally a congenital disease affecting the arteries of the brain causing them to gradually occlude. Fortunately, collaterals develop to supply blood to critical areas of the brain. These vessels can be frail and are prone to bleeding - which can cause a stroke. ...Read more

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Is Down's syndome a congenital disorder?

Is Down's syndome a congenital disorder?

Down's Syndrome: Is a congenital disorder where an affected person has extra genetic material at Chromosome 21. It is the most common genetic condition in the United States. ...Read more