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Birth Defects

... arthritis that may cause or contribute to abnormal foot motion. Heredity may also play a role. TERATOGEN ICITY: Producing physical defects in offspring in utero (ie, birth defects ). Teratogen icity is a potential side effect of some drugs, such as thalidomide. IMPORTANT NOTICE: vitamin A ...

Delirium tremens

... help you stay sober during recovery include: 5 ... Delirium tremens (DTs) Depression Erectile dysfunction Fetal alcohol syndrome in the offspring of alcoholic women High blood pressure Increased incidence of cancer Insomnia Nutrition al deficiencies Suicide Wernicke-Korsakoff ...

Endemic

... that's often fatal, is endemic in many countries in Africa, Europe and Asia. It's spread by ticks , some of which transmit the virus to their offspring via eggs. A disease that tends to be restricted to a particular region ( endemic disease ) can become epidemic if non immune persons are ...

Marfan syndrome

... most people with Marfan syndrome can live fully productive lives. Marfan syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder. This means that each offspring of an affected parent will have a 50 percent chance of also being born with the disorder. Marfan syndrome Dr Trisha Macnair Marfan syndrome is ...

Roundworms

... microscopic examination of a stool sample for roundworm eggs. Hookworm s are also diagnose d in this manner. The roundworms then produce offspring that migrate through the gut wall and into the blood stream. These parasites tend to invade muscle tissue s, including the heart and ...

Teratogen

... is one which does not cause birth defects . Examples include the following: Sperm icides ... TERATOGEN ICITY: Producing physical defects in offspring in utero (ie, birth defects ). Teratogen icity is a potential side effect of some drugs, such as thalidomide. A teratogen is any substance to ...

Worms

... The itching can disturb the child's sleep and result in irritability , skin irritation, and scratching. The round worms then produce offspring that migrate through the gut wall and into the blood stream. These parasites tend to invade muscle tissue s, including the heart and ...
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