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Related to embryopathy: teratogenic, rubella embryopathy


n. pl. em·bry·op·a·thies
A developmental disorder in an embryo.
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To begin with this flow of information, people potentially affected by Thalidomide now have a period of six months to officially request that they study whether their case is compatible with Thalidomide embryopathy.
1 Defective development of the thymus is one of the main and consistent features encountered in congenital syndromes, including retinoic acid induced embryopathy.
Differential diagnosis of these skeletal abnormalities includes thrombocytopenia absent radius syndrome, Roberts syndrome, thalidomide embryopathy, Fanconi anaemia and Edward syndrome.
Brazilian Medical Genetics Society--Zika Embryopathy Task Force Possible association between Zika virus infection and microcephaly--Brazil, 2015.
The thermostable virus was serially passaged in 9-11 days old embryonated SPF fowl eggs and observed no embryopathy on 45th passage.
Brazilian Medical Genetics Society-Zika Embryopathy Task Force.
Schuler-Faccini L, Ribeiro EM, Feitosa IM, et al; Brazilian Medical Genetics Society--Zika Embryopathy Task Force.
4%), and other forms of embryopathy and fetopathy [11-13].
The accumulation of tissue AGEs together with enhanced oxidative stress has shown an important role in the progression of aging and diabetic complications, including retinopathy, neuropathy, atherosclarosis, nephropathy, embryopathy and delayed healing of wounds [29-33].
Another crucial issue raised by researchers with experience in epidemiological research of congenital malformations, both in Brazil and in other Latin American countries, was that support for the evidence that embryopathy caused by the ZIKV is responsible for the cases of microcephaly is weak.
Embryopathy related with methamizole in the first trimester occurs in 2-4/100 babies and includes aplasia cutis, cleft palate-lip, Down syndrome, choanal atresia, tracheo-esophageal fistula, hiatal hernia, tracheomalacia, hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, hypothelia, athelia, omphalocele, anomalies of the omphalomesenteric ductus, hearing deficit, atrial septal defect, ventricular septal defect, patent ductus arteriosus, pulmonary stenosis, imperforated anus, hypospadias, anencephaly, polydactilia, small ear, broad and dispersed eyebrows, and broad nasal root (9).
By comparing the fetal body weight in the zinc and insulin treated groups with the control group, we found insignificant difference indicating the protective role of zinc and insulin in the diabetic embryopathy which coincides with the results of He et al.