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agnathia

[ag′nath·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Lack of the jaws.
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The kid who was robbed of his dream because of a congenital disorder walked around the station house and, one by one, gave everybody a hug.
Emma Lavelle conquered a congenital disorder and gained use of her arms with a custom robotic exoskeleton.
Noonan's syndrome is an autosomal congenital disorder considered to be a type of dwarfism.
As the Telegraph reported on Monday, Jamie has to beat the disease before he can be treated for Duncan's Syndrome, a rare and life-threatening congenital disorder.
Congenital disorder of glycosylation type Ix: review of clinical spectrum and diagnostic steps.
Macrodystrophia lipomatosa is a rare congenital disorder of focal gigantism affecting the extremities, more commonly the second and third digits of the foot, but it may also affect the hand.
The congenital disorder was caused by his mother being prescribed the drug Thalidomide during pregnancy but he carries it off with a mix of humour and driving creativity.
Noncompaction of the ventricular myocardium (NVM) is a rare congenital disorder thought to be due to an arrest of the physiologic intrauterine compaction process of the ventricular myocardium during embryonic heart development (1).
We don't expect our child to die in childbirth, be affected by a congenital disorder, or be kept on an intensive care unit because of prematurity.
They claimed her death was the result of myotonic dystrophy, a congenital disorder characterized by mental deficiency and wasting away of muscles.
Occurring in one in 15,000 live births, AS is a congenital disorder similar to autism that causes severe neurological impairment that most commonly appears in newborns and lasts throughout their lifetime.
Congenital heart disease or malformations of the heart structure existing at birth, is the most common, serious congenital disorder globally, and in the UAE the numbers are at par with the global average.
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