Congenital

A condition or disease present at birth. May be - Genetic e.g. Down`s syndrome or - Acquired before birth e.g. Congenital syphilis - NB, a congenital condition may be present at birth, but not be recognised e.g. Muscular dystrophy, which probably will not be diagnosed until the child fails to walk at the expected age

Congenital

A condition that was acquired during prenatal life and therefore exists at or dates from birth. The term is often used in the context of defects present at birth.
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CONGENITAL

Present at birth. Birth defects are usually referred to as congenital.
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congenital

(kәn-jen´ĭ-tәl) existing at, and usually before, birth; referring to conditions that are present at birth, regardless of their causation. Cf. hereditary.
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congenital

(kon-jen;u1-tal) Present at the time of birth.
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congenital

(L. congenitus born together) existing at, and usually before; birth; referring to conditions that are present at birth, regardless of their causation.
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congenital

[adj] - present at birth but not necessarily hereditary
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Congenital

• (a.) Existing at, or dating from, birth; pertaining to one from birth; born with one; connate; constitutional; natural; as, a congenital deformity. See Connate.
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congenital

<embryology> Existing at and usually before, birth, referring to conditions that are present at birth, regardless of their causation. ... Origin: L. Congenitus = born together ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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congenital

inborn adjective present at birth but not necessarily hereditary; acquired during fetal development
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Congenital

Con·gen'i·tal adjective [ From Congenite .] Existing at, or dating from, birth; pertaining to one from birth; born with one; connate; constitutional; natural; as, a congenital deformity. See Connate .
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Congenital

A characteristic which is present at birth. It may be inherited from one or both parents or have developed in the womb.
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Congenital

A characteristic, condition or disease that is recognized at birth, or that is believed to have been present since birth, including conditions which are inherited or caused by an environmental factor.
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congenital

A condition or trait present at birth. It may be the result of genetic or non-genetic factors.
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Congenital

A condition that is hereditary. As an example, excess hair often runs in the family.
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Congenital

A condition that is present at the time of birth
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congenital

A condition that is present from birth.
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Congenital

a condition which exists from birth and is generally inherited.
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congenital

A congenital condition is one which a patient is born with. It does not necessarily imply a genetic or hereditary cause, simply one that began before birth and the individual has had since the time of birth.
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Congenital

A defect existing since birth.
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congenital

A defect that is present at birth. The defect may either be inherited or be caused by something during gestation.
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Congenital

a term that describes a condition or abnormality that is present at birth.
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Congenital

Acquired during prenatal life. Condition exists at or dates from birth. Often used in the context of congenital (birth) defects.
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Congenital

An abnormal condition that an animal possesses at birth
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congenital

Any trait or condition that exists from birth.
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