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Birth defects .... Kidney abnormalities

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Birth defects .... Kidney abnormalities
Posted in 2015

In some cases, one or both kidneys may fail to develop. In other instances, an abnormality may be present that blocks the outflow of urine. This blockage may cause urine to back up into the kidney, a condition called hydronephrosis, which causes the kidney to appear enlarged on the ultrasound test. Another common abnormality is called reflux. This occurs when a valve-like mechanism at the point where the ureter joins the bladder does not work, allowing urine to wash back up into the kidney.

In about one of 500 births, some abnormality occurs in the development of the kidneys or urinary tract. It is not really known why this happens. The development of the urinary tract is a complex process that is not fully understood. Problems in the development of the urinary tract that occur before birth are called "congenital."


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Birth defects .... Types of Kidney defects

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Birth defects .... Types of Kidney defects
Posted in 2014

Types of Kidney Defects A number of birth defects may result in abnormal kidneys. Kidneys may be In the wrong location (ectopic kidneys) Rotated the wrong way (malrotation) Joined together (horseshoe kidney or fused kidneys) Missing (agenesis) Poorly functioning Containing fluid-filled sacs (cysts), such as in polycystic kidney disease and multicystic dysplastic kidney Kidneys in the wrong location and position In the fetus, kidneys first develop in the pelvis and then move up and rotate into their normal location in the upper abdomen. If the kidneys are in the wrong place (ectopic kidneys) or are not rotated properly (malrotation), the normal drainage of urine from the kidneys through the ureters (the tubes that transport urine from the kidneys to the bladder) to the bladder (the expandable, muscular sac that holds urine) may be blocked. Children who have blockage that cau…

Birth defects ....Kidney

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Birth defects ....Kidney


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Birth defects ....Kidney
Posted in 2014

The kidneys are bean-shaped organs. Each is about 4 to 5 inches (12 centimeters) long and weighs about one third of a pound (150 grams). One lies on each side of the spinal column, just behind the abdominal cavity, which contains the digestive organs. Each kidney receives blood through a branch of the aorta, called the renal artery. Blood flows from the renal artery into progressively smaller arteries, the smallest being the arterioles. From the arterioles, blood flows into glomeruli, which are tufts of microscopic blood vessels called capillaries. Blood exits each glomerulus through an arteriole that connects to a small vein. The small veins join to form a single large renal vein, which carries blood away from each kidney. There are several different birth defects that affect the  kidneys (the two organs that filter waste from the blood to…

Birth defects .....Symptoms of liver defects

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Birth defects .....Symptoms of liver defects


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Birth defects .....Symptoms of liver defects
Posted in 2014

Congenital liver defects that affect the flow of bile share some common symptoms. Each child’s symptoms may vary, but may include: Yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice)Dark-colored urinePale, white, or gray-colored stoolsBelly massBelly painNot gaining weight (failure to thrive) The symptoms of congenital liver defects may look like other health problems. Always talk with your child's healthcare provider for a diagnosis. My advise 1...  If you find above symptoms assume it is lever defects.
2...  I believe in " Prevention is always better that Cure"
3...  Follow healthy habits to have a Healthy child

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Birth defects.....Causes of liver defects

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Birth defects.....Causes of liver defects

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Birth defects.....Causes of liver defects
Posted in 2014

Healthcare providers don't know the exact cause of congenital liver defects. Most likely they are caused by something that happened as the fetus was developing or around the time of birth. This might happen because of one or more of the following: A viral or bacterial infection after birthAn immune system problem, such as when the immune system attacks the liver or bile ducts for unknown reasonsA genetic mutation. This is a long-lasting change in a gene’s structure.A problem during liver and bile duct development in the fetusContact with toxic substances
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1...   I don't believe in genetics as I have seen in many families the children against to genetics.
2...   I believe in our life style, healthy habits etcc...
3...   Follow healthy habits and have Healthy and Brilliant child

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Birth defects ....Liver
Posted in 2014

Congenital liver defects are liver disorders that are present at birth. They are rare. These liver disorders usually block the bile ducts. This affects the flow of bile. Bile is a fluid made in the liver. It helps with digestion. The bile ducts take bile from the liver and bring it to the gallbladder to be stored. Then they carry bile to the small intestine for digestion. When the bile ducts are blocked, bile builds up in the liver. This damages the liver. Some congenital liver defects include: Biliary atresia. A life-threatening condition in infants where the bile ducts are blocked or have developed abnormally. This blocks the flow of bile from the liver.Biliary (choledochal) cyst. A condition where the hepatic duct forms abnormally. This can also block the flow of bile.Alagille syndrome. Too few bile ducts associated with other abnormalities…

Birth defects....Symptoms of breathing disorders

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Birth defects....Symptoms of breathing disorders
Posted in 2014

If your baby has a breathing disorder, they may develop symptoms immediately after they’re born or days later. The symptoms can include:
the absence of breathingshallow breathingirregular breathinggruntingnasal flaringretractions, which happen when your baby pulls their chest in My advise
1.....  These symptoms permanent.
2...    It cannot be treated but with some medicines the child get relief
3...    Take care with your healthy habits and give birth to Healthy child

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