congenital pathology

congenital pathology

[kən′jen·əd·əl pə′thäl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
The study of diseases and defects existing at birth.
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Commonly performed procedures on the EAC are carried out for acquired and congenital pathology, together with correction of ear deformities.
Defective kidney morphogenesis, during branching and tubulogenesis of ureteric bud, may also be responsible for this congenital pathology (8).
DISTRIBUTION OF CHILDREN DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF CLEFT, AGE AND SEX Group Congenital Pathology Age (years) and sex till 3 3-5 6-9 M F M F M F 1 Isolated cleft of upper 6 13 2 5 1 2 lip 2 Isolated cleft palate 8 6 19 13 11 7 3 One sided cleft of upper 22 19 15 8 7 9 lip and palate 4 Double sided cleft of 12 6 5 4 1 2 upper lip and palate Total 48 44 41 30 20 20 Group Congenital Pathology Age (years) Total and sex 10-15 M F M F 1 Isolated cleft of upper -- -- 9 20 lip 2 Isolated cleft palate 3 2 41 28 3 One sided cleft of upper 2 4 46 40 lip and palate 4 Double sided cleft of -- 1 18 13 upper lip and palate Total 5 7 114 101

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