Translation of congenital in Spanish:

congenital

congénito, adj.

Pronunciation: /kənˈdʒɛnɪt(ə)l//kənˈdʒɛnədl/

adjective

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    (disease/defect) congénito
    he's a congenital liar/idiot es mentiroso/idiota por naturaleza
    • Disturbances in this process may produce some of the more common congenital abnormalities: the neural tube defects.
    • Autopsy showed the presence of abnormal adrenal glands and multiple congenital abnormalities.
    • We excluded infants with congenital abnormalities precluding enteral feeding.
    • Some cases are due to congenital syndromes and others may be related to drug use such as steroids or marijuana.
    • We looked at hospital admissions data for congenital and acquired syphilis, pelvic inflammatory disease, and ectopic pregnancy.
    • In terms of congenital defects, the first trimester of pregnancy is the exposure period of interest.
    • Read about birth defects and congenital heart disease to learn more.
    • After birth, the first sign of congenital heart disease is often the presence of a heart murmur.
    • Family history should be obtained to evaluate the risk of congenital disease.
    • This is a common congenital defect of the aorta, your body's main artery.
    • Women with diabetes, renal disease, autoimmune disease, and congenital heart disease need intensive surveillance.
    • Because the baby is born with them, they're known as congenital infections.
    • It is the leading cause of pregnancy loss, congenital abnormalities and mental and physical retardation.
    • Of the 50 patients, 23 belonging to the paediatric age group had congenital diseases.
    • Speaking of heart disease, is there a link between the risk of coronary and the risk of having a baby with a congenital abnormality?
    • There are no documented congenital diseases specific to Austrian Americans.
    • It can be caused by congenital defects or problems with the blood clotting.
    • Defects caused by congenital infections result when a mother gets an infection before or during the pregnancy.
    • Several congenital abnormalities are rendered less likely by an adequate folate intake.
    • The proportion of neonatal deaths attributed to major genetic or congenital abnormalities has increased.