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Doctor insights on: Neuronal Migration Defects

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Are vision defects hereditary?

Are vision defects hereditary?

Depends on type: Color vision defect is usually hereditary but can be affected by various meds including some anti-inflammatories, cancer agents, blood pressure meds, pr even aftergastric bypass. In addition recreational drugs can also be problematic. There are other eye diseases that can cause defects. ...Read more

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What is a pars defect?

A cracka small crack: in thecpars articularis part of the posterior elements of a vertebrae mostly in L5 not universally symptomatic may be an incidental finding ...Read more

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What is the defect of liposuction?

What is the defect of liposuction?

Risks of lipo: Liposuction is real surgery and carries a small risk of complications. Risks of surgery include bleeding and bruising, infection, multiple small scars, fluid collections, asymmetry, contour irregularities, and blood clots. Risks are often dependent on your current medical condition. Please discuss with your board certified plastic surgeon. http://www.dassmd.com/liposuction/index.html. ...Read more

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What is endocarial cushion defect?

What is endocarial cushion defect?

AV valve development: In normal development, the primitive atrioventricular (av) canal joins the atria to the ventricles. At four to five weeks of gestation, the superior and inferior endocardial cushions of the common av canal fuse and lead to the formation of the mitral and tricuspid valves and the av septum. Failure of these cushions to fuse properly results in a broad range of av septal defects and av valve defects. ...Read more

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How long until pars defect doesn't heal?

How long until pars defect doesn't heal?

please rephrase: I don't think i understand your question. Pars defects typically do not heal on their own. ...Read more

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What does bilateral L5 with par defects mean?

What does bilateral L5 with par defects mean?

Defect of spine: A pars defect of the lumbar spine involves a part of a vertebra called the pars interarticularis. " A defect in the pars is a break in this portion of bone. This break leads to a separation of the upper, front portion of the vertebra from its lower, back portion. This condition is a precursor to another condition called spondylolisthesis, which allows slipping of a vertebra in relation to the vertebrae above or below it. Previously, it was assumed that pars defects were congenital anomalies, or birth defects. Today, we understand that most pars defects are really stress fractures that usually occur in the spines of young people. The presumed cause is repeated hyperextension ...Read more

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What is an example of defect in angiogenesis?

What is an example of defect in angiogenesis?

Cancer: Abnormal blood vessels both structurally and functional. Cancer is a classic example of both. Just look closely at the circulation inside a big cancer and you will see the defective angiogenesis. ...Read more

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How many chromosome defects cause retardation?

Hundreds at least: We only know about a few hundred, probably thousands possible as each human is unique as are their choomasome array. ...Read more

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What does residual defect mean in relation to cva?

What does residual defect mean in relation to cva?

Abnormal findings: If a stroke causes weakness and there is not complete resolution, and reversal, there is a "residual defect". ...Read more

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