Synonyms for congential or Related words with congential

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Examples of "congential"
Aglossia (aglossia congenita) is a congential defect resulting in a partial development or complete absence of a tongue.
Genitoplasty surgical procedures are surgeries to the genitals to repair injuries, the effects of disease, complications and damage from cancer treatment, congential and endocrine conditions, and plastic surgery.
Pretesticular azoospermia may be caused by congential hypopituitarism, Kallmann syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome and other genetic conditions that lead to GnRH or gonadotropin deficiency.
Ahipene-Mercer was raised in Petone and Upper Hutt, and attended Trentham School and Upper Hutt College, where despite congential problems with one arm and leg he captained the rugby first XV. During high school he resolved to become a full-time musician, and left school to pursue this dream.
Apart from congential or birth defects causing ASD, ASD is thought to be also acquired. During pecutaneous interventional procedures such as mitral valvuloplasty (a surgical process done to repair a mitral valve), 11-12% of individuals will develop ASD allowing blood to flow from the left atrium to the right.
Sharon Coleman had a disabled son, Oliver, with bronchomalacia and congential laryngomalacia. She worked as a secretary for a small London law firm called Attridge Law (now rebranded EBR Attridge Solicitors LLP). They accused her of using her child as a way to manipulate requests for working time.
Bonnet–Dechaume–Blanc syndrom, also known as Wyburn-Mason syndrome, is a rare congential arteriovenous malformation of the brain, retina or facial nevi. The syndrome has a number of possible symptoms and can affect the skin, bones, kidneys, muscles, and gastrointestinal tract. When the syndrome affects the brain, people can experience severe headaches, seizures, acute stroke, meningism and progressive neurological deficits due to acute or chronic ischaemia caused by arteriovenous shunting.
There are two types of prosopagnosia, congenital and acquired. Congential prosopagnosia is an inability to recognize faces without a history of brain damage; while acquired prosopagnosia is caused by damage to the right occipital-temporal region of the brain. In the 1950s it was theorized that the right cerebral hemisphere was involved in facial recognition and in the 1960s this theory was supported by many experiments.
As a tool for clinical geneticists, cytogeneticists and molecular biologists, DECIPHER is used to determine whether gene copy number variations identified in patients are of clinical significance. Members can visualise the genes within the region of DNA altered in their patients, and ascertain whether any are known to be implicated in disease. Chromosomal imbalances are a major cause of developmental delay, learning disabilities and congential abnormalities and — according to Emily Niemitz writing in "Nature Genetics" — the database facilitates collaboration between researchers and clinicians who have patients with similar clinical characteristics, which can "assist in the discovery of new syndromes and in the recognition of genes of clinical importance."
The differential diagnosis of "C. koseri" brain abscesses can be confused with other related diseases, so diagnostic imaging is important to confirm this bacterium. The significant feature of "C. koseri" is the necrotic cavity which cannot be misidentified as earlier ischemic or hemorrhagic insult or other mass lesions; congential/neonatal tumors are uncommon (choroid plexus papillomas, craniopharyngiomas, teratomas); even when they present, they are different from the inflammatory ring of a cerebral infection. Early cerebritis should not be mistaken for normal, immature white matter, nor for cicatricial leukomalacia.
Often with VWM, the lack of knowledge of the disease causes a misdiagnosis among physicians. As VWM is a member of the large group of leukodystrophy syndromes, it is often misdiagnosed as another type such as metachromatic leukodystrophy. More often than not, it is simply classified as a non-specific leukodystrophy. The characteristics of the brain upon autopsy are often very similar to atypical diffuse sclerosis, such as the presence of fibrillary astrocytes and scant sudanophilic lipids. Adult-onset VWM disease can present with psychosis and may be hard to differentiate from schizophrenia. Common misdiagnosis from misinterpreting the MRI include asphyxia, congential infections, metabolic diseases.
Around the time of his birth his mother was gathering the maile shrub for making leis, she did not have time to wash off the poisonous sap which led to his early blindness. As Johnny's vision worsened, his musical ability grew with his accomplishments on his beloved 'ukulele, which he discovered at the age of four. By then, he was already active in church choir. Paulo taught Johnny ancient chants and traditional songs. John was totally blind by the age of 10. His mother's doctor diagnosed the "probable" cause as maile sap on her hands at the time of John's birth. Advances over the past century in knowledge of childhood vision loss indicate a more likely cause to be congential blindness.
Christoph Huber completed his Dr. med. at the University Medical School in Basel, Switzerland, General Surgery Residency at the District Hospital Biel and Cardiovascular Residency at the University Hospital Bern, Inselspital, Switzerland. Between 2002-07/08, Huber attended at the University Hospital Lausanne (including a senior cardiac surgical clinical fellowship 2004-05 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA) and Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK (Senior Fellow Congential Cardiac Surgery); returning to University Hospital Bern in 2009 as a Senior Consultant Cardiovascular Surgeon (MD, FMH), Director of the Surgical Transcatheter Valve Implantation (TAVI) Program, lecturer, and Medical Superintendent of adult cardiac surgery. In 2016, Huber became the Head of Division Cardiac and Vascular Surgery (Médecin-chef de service) at the University Hospital Geneva (HUG). Huber also published a textbook on transcatheter valve therapies (TCVT) in 2009.
The purpose of Les Autres sport classification is to allow for fair competition between people of different disability types. Les Autres sport classification is handled by International Sports Organization for the Disabled (ISOD). The Les Autres class of disabilities generally covers two classes. These are people with short stature and people with impaired passive range of movement. The latter is sometimes referred to as PROM. People with short stature have this issue as a result of congenital issues. PROM includes people with joint disorders including arthrogryposis and thalidomide. Most of the included specific conditions are for congential disorders. It also includes people with multiple sclerosis. This grouping does not include people with dislocated muscles or arthritis.
If these SoxC proteins were missing during developmental stages it would cause widespread problems through the body of mice, and in many cases death. These have not been studied in humans though, because no occurrences have been linked to congential malformations of any of these proteins. In mice however, mice embryos without Sox4 die of heart defects, but mice newborns without Sox11 do live but have widespread defects. Mice without Sox12 are viable and show no outward signs of malformation. Some of the common human malformations are also seen in mice with mutated SoxC, such as cleft palate or heart outflow tract malformation. There is no evidence of the correlation between SoxC mutations in humans and these malformations, but there is speculation.
Shiv Narain Kureel is an Indian pediatric surgeon, medical academic and writer, and the professor and head of the department of pediatric surgery at King George's Medical University, who is known for neonataogical and pediatric urological reconstructive surgeries. Born on 11 February 1956, he is reported to have pioneered the "single stage surgical technique for congenital problems" in India and is credited with the performance of the first pediatric vaginal reconstructive surgery in India which was performed on an 11-year-old girl and a surgery on a two-year old child to correct Bladder exstrophy, a rare congential abnormality. He is a life member and the president of the Indian Association of Paediatric Surgeons and is a reviewer of the "Journal of Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons", the official journal of the association. He has also published several medical papers. The Government of India awarded him the fourth highest civilian honour of the Padma Shri, in 2016, for his contributions to medicine.
Traditionally, canine transmission is directly from sandfly to dog. Cases in the United States have proven "L. infantum" transmission from dog to dog by direct contamination with blood and secretions, as well as transplacentally from an infected bitch to her pups. This mode of transmission seems to be unique to the "L. infantum" Mon1 strain found in the United States. Although "in utero" transmission is likely the predominant method of disease spread amount the "L. infantum" Mon1 strain, it is still a viable parasite (has not lost virulence factors associated with sandfly-uptake) which can be transmitted via sandfly bite. A Brazilian study of 63 puppies from 18 "L. donovani"-infected parents found no evidence of congential or transplacental infection.
Although then believed to have assets totalling £4 million, O'Grady found that his newfound material wealth brought him little comfort and for a time suffered with clinical depression. He recovered in time to perform alongside Cilla Black and Barbara Windsor in a burlesque rendition of "You Gotta Have a Gimmick" at the 2001 Royal Variety Performance; the televised event attracted 11.5 million viewers. In April 2002, O'Grady suffered a heart attack, and was rushed to St. Thomas's Hospital in South London, where doctors attributed it to a combination of a congential family heart problems with stress, heavy smoking and caffeine. Spending several weeks recovering, he missed the Heritage Foundation Awards ceremony, where he was to be awarded television personality of the year award. Returning to work, he appeared as the Child Catcher in a twelve-week run of the musical "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" at the London Palladium, where he co-starred with Michael Ball and Brian Blessed. It was his first theatrical performance where his character was not largely based on Lily Savage, and earned him good reviews. He followed this with a pantomime performance as the Wicked Queen in "Snow White" at Manchester Opera House. O'Grady gave up smoking for two years after his first heart attack.
Dixon collapses while arguing in the recording studio with Adrianna, and he is taken to the hospital for observation where he and Ade learn that he has a congential heart condition and he only has 5 years left to live. Adrianna decides to quit making music with him as she feels guilty for putting too much pressure on him when in reality Dixon is dealing with his own guilt about lying to Adrianna as he secretly signed a solo recording contract behind her back. Navid arrives back in town for a visit where Dixon confesses to him the truth but admits he did not tell Adrianna because the label didn't want to sign her. Dixon also accepts a gig to go on tour to play backup for Haley Reinhart, but doesn't tell Adrianna, but she later finds out anyway and forces him to choose either her or his career. He chooses his career over her. Soon after Austin returns to Los Angeles and offers to be Adrianna's new manager, suggesting she start singing country music as a change of tune to her career after Dixon leaves town without saying goodbye. Austin enlists his father, Judd Ridge, to help launch Adrianna’s new country-western career as a side act. Adrianna deals with Dixon leaving her by writing songs, two of which she sings live at different events. Eventually Dixon decides returns from touring with his band where he calls Adrianna to give their relationship a second chance. Adrianna agrees, but soon regrets it when Dixon fails to show up at their meeting spot and she thinks he bailed on her again, but in reality he gets into a fatal car accident with his bandmates. During the final moment of the season, Adrianna leaves town with Austin to go on tour as the latest country-western star and him as her manager.