Congenital malformations: an inquiry into classification and nomenclature.
- GeologyJournal of medical genetics
An inquiry into the present state of organisation and categorisation, which are the qualities needed today for the study of congenital malformations and eventual control of their occurrence.
Personal view Congenital malformations: an inquiry into classification and nomenclature
An inquiry into the present state of classification in teratology, where no entirely satisfactory classification of congenital abnormalities has yet been devised.
Teratology in the 20th century: environmental causes of congenital malformations in humans and how they were established.
- MedicineNeurotoxicology and teratology
Teratology in the Twentieth Century: Congenital Malformations in Humans and How their Environmental Causes were Established
The study of thalidomide testing for teratogenicity, folic acid and human malformations alcohol consumption during pregnancy, and the accomplishment and the expectation.
Dysmorphology: an approach to a child with structural defects.
- Psychology, MedicineCurrent problems in pediatrics
MICROCOMPUTED TOMOGRAPHIC, MORPHOMETRIC, AND HISTOPATHOLOGIC ASSESSMENT OF CONGENITAL BONE MALFORMATIONS IN TWO NEOTROPICAL VIPERIDS
- MedicineJournal of Wildlife Diseases
Abstract Congenital malformations have been reported in all classes of vertebrates and may be a determinant of life span and survival. In reptiles, the incidence of congenital malformations can be…
Value of Eponyms in Dermato-Trichological Nomenclature
- PsychologySkin Appendage Disorders
The recent past has seen a shift towards naming conditions descriptively by symptoms rather than eponymously, and the use of acronyms has become particularly popular and is often taught as mnemonic device or used as mental checklist.
Malformation patterns in children with congenital heart disease.
- MedicineAmerican journal of diseases of children
In this study, underlying disorders were found in one of eight children with CHD, a considerably higher percentage than that reported in earlier studies.
Integrated care for Down syndrome
- MedicineCongenital anomalies
The multi‐disciplinary clinic for Down syndrome in Taiwan focuses on early detection and prevention of medical and developmental issues associated with DS, and allows DS patients and family to have more comprehensive care.
First approximation to congenital malformation rates in embryos and hatchlings of sea turtles.
- MedicineBirth defects research. Part A, Clinical and molecular teratology
Olive ridleys seem more prone to the occurrence of congenital malformations than the other two species, and whether the observed malformation levels are normal or represent a health problem cannot be currently ascertained without long-term assessments.