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aganglionicmegacoloncongenital intestinal aganglionosis
congenitalmegacolon... with other conditions, such as Waardenburg syndrome, type IV; Mowat-Wilson syndrome; or congenital central...
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Congenital: Present at birth. A condition that is congenital is one that is present at birth. There are numerous uses of "congenital" in medicine. There are, for example, congenital abnormalities.
Anatomic Problems of the Colonby
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of the fetus in the womb and are known as congenital abnormalities. Other problems develop with age.
Colon... of the body
Fistulas can occur at any age. Some fistulas are congenital, which means they occur...
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, and other distinctive physical abnormalities. It's commonly associated with congenital heart defects (in approximately... and other infections, acute leukemia). Nevertheless, up to 44% of such patients who have congenital heart defects die...
Hirschsprungs Disease (congenitalaganglionicmegacolon) is a birth defect in which nerve cells... is present from birth (congenital), it may not be diagnosed until months or years later. But most children born...
Hirschsprung's disease occurs when some of the nerve cells that are normally present in the wall of the intestine do not form properly during fetal development.
During digestion, intestinal muscles move food forward in a m