Genetic Disorder (Copyright © ACOG)
Publication Year: 2005
Birth defects can affect the baby's health or ability to function or the way an infant looks. Some can be treated or corrected with surgery or medicine. A baby may be born with more than one birth defect. Sometimes these different birth defects may have a single cause. Screening and diagnostic tests are described.
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