What birth defects can an inbred baby be born with?

Too many to list. If you mean what could be wrong, the list is endless. We are each thought to carry recessive genes for up to 4 metabolic mistakes, stuff that may only show up in 1/50,000 births. If we have kids with a close relative, it is more likely one of those defects will show up. There are in excess of 250 metabolic problems (like PKU) known.
Any number of issues. babies born from cosanguinity ( meaning from "blood relation" -- being from the same kinship as another person) are at risk for issues that can affect any organ system. Babies should be followed in-utero by a perinatologist and geneticist as well as genetics consult after birth depending on birth issues or issues during pregnancy. Talk with your OB & pediatrician for more info.

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