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abnormality

[ab·nȯr′mal·ə·tē]
(science and technology)
Any deviation from normal characteristics.
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Because Zika virus has an affinity for immature neurons, even babies who were not born with microcephaly remained at continued risk for suffering abnormalities.
1) Uses AI for accurate detection of machine abnormalities based on model of operational transitions
According to the study, the majority 113 of the cases of birth abnormalities were diagnosed postpartum while 61 were diagnosed during postnatal follow-up.
Objective: The study was carried out to see the frequencies of various chromosomal abnormalities in patients belonging to Rawalpindi and Islamabad cities, who were advised for chromosomal analysis.
Irena Tsui, MD, of the University of California, Los Angeles, and her associates examined 224 infants suspected of antenatal Zika virus infection for eye abnormalities between Jan.
Clinical abnormalities consistent with peripheral neuropathy were common and were observed in about half (50.5 percent) of those treated with neurotoxic chemotherapy (mean Total Neuropathy Score increase, 2.1); these abnormalities correlated with lower limb predominant sensory axonal neuropathy (mean amplitude reduction, 5.8 [micro]V).
Mild generalized brain atrophy was demonstrated as 12.91% being the leading abnormality.15 Aim of the present study was to find out the prevalence and types of structural abnormalities in the children who has newly diagnosed as epilepsy.
No cardiac structural abnormalities were detected, and cardiac functional parameters were normal.
Objectives: To evaluate congenital abnormalities of ribs using multidetector computed tomography.
Few reports have also described association of PLE with thyroid function test abnormalities, but as both these conditions are commonly prevalent so it has not been confirmed beyond doubt.
A recent publication [7] of male genital abnormalities in cattle at Nyagatare abattoir reported that about 30% of slaughtered bulls showed reproductive abnormalities of one form or the other.
Because of vast improvements in imaging technology the embryo and fetus in early pregnancy can be evaluated in much more detail, allowing screening for structural abnormalities between 11 and 14 weeks GA [1-5].