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agnathia

[ag′nath·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Lack of the jaws.
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Born with dysmelia, an abnormal congenital disorder of limbs reduction or deficiency, Briza has hands that are not fully formed with fused fingers and underdeveloped feet.
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In a recent study, Garg et al [13] also reported the most common congenital disorder causing preventable blindness as congenital cataract seen in 19% patients followed by congenital ptosis in 6% and congenital strabismus in 3.5% patients.
The 28-year-old world champion was born with arthrogryposis, a rare congenital disorder that affected all four of his limbs.
by Rahul Das/rahuldas@timesofoman.com Suffering from a rare congenital disorder, Omani toddler could barely eat solids.
(1980) described the surgical repair of atresia ani and rectovaginal fistula in a goat and mentioned that this congenital disorder is due to failure of colon or rectum to canalize and interruption of blood supply to perineum.
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In the familial history, it was learned that there was no familial history of congenital disorder or important morbidity and there was no consanguineous marriage between the mother and father.
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