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Related to malformation: Arteriovenous malformation, cavernous malformation, vascular malformation

malformation

Pathol a deformity in the shape or structure of a part, esp when congenital

malformation

[‚mal·fər′mā·shən]
(medicine)
A deformity of a part of the body resulting from abnormal development.
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In a press statement issued by media liaison unit of Punjab agriculture department, experts said that botanical malformation attacks new plants while flower malformation attacks flowers.
The histopathological findings were suggestive of arteriovenous malformation of head and uncinate process of pancreas (Figure 4A-C).
Two kinds of mango malformation affects plants/trees, including botanical malformation, that attacks branches of new plants while flower malformation attacks flowers, said a press release issued by media liaison unit of Punjab agriculture department.
The Chiari I malformation is most often a congenital malformation in which the back compartment of the skull is formed slightly too small, resulting in crowding of neurological tissues.
Cavernous malformation (CM), also known as cavernous angioma, cavernous hemangioma or cavernoma, is a highly vascular lesion that can be found anywhere in the body.
After lengthy discussion, the possibility of a venous malformation was entertained.
But when the women on azathioprine or 6-MP were compared with women with IBD who were not on one of the purines, there was no increased risk in malformation - which indicates that it is not prenatal exposure to azathioprine or 6-MP but the condition itself that may increase the risk of malformations to some extent.
The authors examined a total of 172 research papers published over the last 50 years, which looked at a combined total of 174,000 cases of malformation alongside 11.
After exhaustive malformation screening 35 cases of malformations for women with epilepsy (11.
The degree of right to left shunt suggested a possible 'steal phenomenon' owing to an arteriovenous malformation (AVM).
This test gauges mortality, malformation rate, and growth inhibition during the first 96 hours of development.
The capsule camera also revealed 11 cases of an intestinal condition, called arterial-venous malformation, in which blood vessels in the intestines leak.