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congenital

denoting or relating to any nonhereditary condition, esp an abnormal condition, existing at birth
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congenital

[kən′jen·əd·əl]
(medicine)
Dating from or existing before birth.
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25 congenitally blind males were taken from Andhjan Mandal, Ahmedabad, aged between 15 and 25 years as case.
[4] Congenitally absent left circumflex artery is an extremely rare anomaly of coronary arteries with only a small number of cases having been reported, but its incidence is increasing due to the wide use of MDCT coronary angiography.
The classification is determined radiographically such that Type I patients are defined as having a single congenitally fused cervical segment.
The cervix might have been congenitally stenosed, causing it not to yield to uterine contractions, or there may have been a history of unconfessed early pregnancy losses.
The most frequently observed anomalies were congenitally missing teeth (0.52%) and supernumerary teeth (0.27%).
CONGENITALLY speech- and- hearing impaired Sanjay Nagnath Yenkur was 11 when he left his home in anger.
Congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries (CCTGA) is characterized by transposed great arteries and inverted ventricles, atrioventricular valves, and conduction system but normal atrial situs.
We present a case of congenitally absent left circumflex artery with a superdominant right coronary artery (RCA) detected by coronary angiography and confirmed by coronary CT.
The conditions where patients have a congenitally absent bladder, a bladder is damaged from an accident or removed secondary to bladder tumours; such patients till now were managed by a procedure of urinary diversion to the abdomen with no continence, a permanent attached bag for urine collection and with urinary stench making them vulnerable to social astigmatism and isolation.
The conditions where patients have a congenitally absent bladder, a bladder is damaged from an accident or removed secondary to bladder tumor; such patients till now were managed by a procedure of urinary diversion to the abdomen with no continence, a permanent attached bag for urine collection and with urinary stench making them vulnerable to social astigmatism and isolation.
Both are portrayed as congenitally restless and given to wandering, a notion mystically reinforced because "the pervasiveness of the Arab and Jewish spice-trading legacy had been revealed to [him]" (13).

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