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Fibular Hemimelia
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Fibular Hemimelia- Drug Today Medical Times

Various studies have been conducted to ascertain the causes but it is yet to be discovered as to why FH occurs in a newborn. An independent study has revealed that if genes guiding the formation of the limb are activated in an abnormal order, FH can happen.


Adams-Oliver Syndrome
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Adams-Oliver Syndrome- Drug Today Medical Times

 Adams-Oliver syndrome (AOS) is an extremely rare inherited disorder that occurs at birth. The characteristics include  defects of the scalp and deformoties of fingers, toes, arms and legs. The physical abnormalities associated with this disorder vary greatly among affected individuals.


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Hemangioma- Drug Today Medical Times

Hemangiomas are noncancerous growths that form due to an abnormal collection of blood vessels. They are generally found on internal organs, particularly on the liver.


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Haemophilia- Drug Today Medical Times

Haemophilia is an inherited genetic bleeding disorder that badly impacts the body’s ability to make blood clots, a process required to prevent bleeding. The consequences of Haemophilia are abnormal or exaggerated bleeding and poor blood clotting.


Biliary atresia
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Biliary atresia- Drug Today Medical Times

  Biliary atresia is a rare disease of the liver and bile ducts that occurs in newborns. Biliary atresia is occuring more in East Asia, with frequency of one in 5,000. The disease is also known as extrahepatic dectopaenia and progressive obliterative cholangiopathy. Problems such as ducts are abnormally narrow, blocked or absent, are seen.