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 What is congenital renal artery stenosis?

Answer Infants have around 80ml per kilogram blood volume (although the range can be from 50-100ml'kg). This steadily drops to the adult values of 50-70ml/kg. A 6 month old infant weighing approx 6 kg wo... Read More »
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Why does congenital galactosemea appear only in infants?

Obviously you're old enough to write about this, so I would strongly suggest you go to your aunt and ask to be taken to a doctor. This could be a medical problem you have no control over. Humiliati... Read More »
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What is the Lever congenital ambrosius?

I believe you may be referring to: congenital amaurosis - this entity refers to partial or total loss of vision.
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Congenital Hair Growth?

Once women hit puberty, the question of how to manage body hair becomes an issue. For some women, the pattern of hair growth experienced is more typical of men. This troublesome condition is called... Read More »
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Why does congenital galactosemia appear only in infants?

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