Examples of malformation in a Sentence
The condition is marked by malformation of the spine.
She underwent surgery to correct a heart malformation.
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Ultimately, she was diagnosed with brain arteriovenous malformation, (AVM), a condition with which she was born.
But babies suffer from their mom's depression symptoms too: In utero exposure to depression is linked to infant malformations, heart problems, preterm birth, and low birth weight.
Now, researchers have reported the oldest record of a vertebral malformation in an aquatic animal, a deformity that likely led to scoliosis in the 80-centimeter-long marine reptile known as Stereosternum tumidium.
The authors identified genetic causes of a rare constellation of malformations at birth called VACTERL.
The virus quickly became known for causing a spate of babies from infected mothers to be born with microcephaly—a condition marked by malformation of the brain.
Nearly 4,500 infants are born with a malformation of the lip called cleft lip, which can occur with or without a cleft palate, and more than 2,500 babies are born with a cleft palate only.
The mapping is done on patients with benign and malignant tumors, on patients with epilepsy and on patients with congenital malformations of veins and arteries that could lead to stroke.
Cerebral cavernous malformations (CCMs) are capillaries that are enlarged or deformed and thin-walled, making them vulnerable to leaks — which can lead to stroke or seizure.
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