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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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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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What is congenital hydrocephalus in infants and children?

You cant do anything but listen and go to school. But they should care that your sick.Ask you teacher to send you to the school nurrse for evaluation.
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What are the symptoms of congenital myotonic dystrophy?

Symptoms in the congenital form of myotonic dystrophy are evident at birth. Affected infants show muscle weakness, respiratory defects, and eventually, mental retardation
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What is renal insuffiency?

Renal insufficiency is the former name for renal failure, also known as kidney failure. This occurs when the kidneys can no longer filter wastes out of the body---a serious medical emergency.Causes... Read More »
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