“It is important to distinguish hydrocephalus from ventricular enlargement or ventriculomegaly, which can also be caused by brain destruction and morphological maldevelopment.”
“The diagnostic distinction can be difficult to make, particularly with ultrasound alone, but is critical because fetal ventriculomegaly from a destructive or maldevelopment process carries a poor prognosis.”
“That it's come in three waves: the first time it lasted 500 years, the next time, as "development" or maldevelopment, it lasted fifty years, and this phase has lasted just five.”
“We note that severe early maldevelopment due to such trauma as parent loss, faulty mothering, or illness in these years causes an arrest or regression, and what Mahler called symbiotic psychosis characterized by the refusal to surrender the magical thinking and omnipotence of toddlerhood.”
“Follin 6.433 mentions a similar instance in a boy of twelve with complete epispadias, and Verneuil and Guerlin also record cases, both complicated with associate maldevelopment.”
“Follin mentions a similar instance in a boy of twelve with complete epispadias, and Verneuil and Guerlin also record cases, both complicated with associate maldevelopment.”
“The analysis of correlations between the expression pattern of the tested miRNAs and CP induced limb phenotypes implies that miRNAs regulating apoptosis may differ from each other with respect to their functional role in teratogenesis: some miRNAs act to protect embryos, whereas other miRNAs boost a teratogen-induced process of maldevelopment to induce embryonic death.”
“It is cynically said that on the path of ` maldevelopment 'almost every step that we take seems to give rise to insurgency and political extremism which along with terrorism are supposed to be the three gravest threats to India's integrity and sovereignty," it said.”
“(FADS), the fetus may have been affected by a disrupting injury or unavoidable maldevelopment.”
“In the case of fetal akinesia deformation sequence (FADS), the fetus may have been affected by a disrupting injury or unavoidable maldevelopment. article in the June issue of the journal Pediatric and Developmental Pathology discusses underlying causes of FADS.”
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