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Would kids respond differently to same medication if they dont have any congenital conditons?

Would kids respond differently to same medication if they dont have any congenital conditons?

Yes, no, possibly: Each medication has a unique molecular structure, designed to interact with specific tissues of the body in very stereotyped ways. It must nonetheless be noted that every person's unique makeup may cause them to respond in a variety of ways to different meds. TYPICALLY, there is a SMALL range of responses that MOST people exhibit, but it is possible to observe wild variation between two children. ...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 type of congenital disorders are found in us?

You name it!: The us is the great proverbial melting pot. Is there a specific disorder you're asking about? There are thousands of congenital disorders. ...Read more

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Might it be possible that a disease be both congenital and hereditary?

Might it be possible that a disease be both congenital and hereditary?

Word games: Congenital can be applied to any issue present at birth. It is time oriented as opposed to an issue that develops later, or is "acquired".Hereditary speeks to the origin of an issue, as related to the genes that triggers a feature.You can have a genetic feature that is congenital, web fingers.You can also have a genetic illness that is not evident until older, hunington's disease. ...Read more

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Please help! what is the congenital facial paresy disease and how is it treated?

Please help! what is the congenital facial paresy disease and how is it treated?

Facial palsy: I assume you are asking about facial palsy or paralysis. Congenitalmeans present at birth. Birth trauma, especially if lots of head molding or a forceps delivery can injure facial nerve. There are also a couple of conditions with facial nerve involvement at birth - Dystrophia myotonica and Mobius syndrome. Treatment may be anything from nothing to Botox to surgical intervention for nerve repair. ...Read more

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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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What are the most common congenital deformities?

What are the most common congenital deformities?

See below:: 5 common types account for a quarter of the world's cases: >3 million children die of genetic birth defects by age 5, and almost as many may be permanently affected by their birth defectheart defects: neural tube defects (including spina bifida): blood disorders (such as sickle cell disease and thalassemia): down's syndrome and g6pd deficiency. >3 million children die of genetic defects by 5yrs. ...Read more

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What do women do to cause congenital deformities?

What do women do to cause congenital deformities?

Seldom responsible: Most of the congenital deformities occur randomly. Some of them, e.g., fetal alcohol syndrome, neural tube defects associated with Folic Acid deficiency, can be caused by action or inaction of pregnant women. Women pregnant or planning to get pregnant should avoid alcohol abuse, maintain adequate nutrition, and receive prenatal cares as recommended by her obstetrician. ...Read more