Translation of malformation in Spanish:


deformación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌmælfərˈmeɪʃ(ə)n//malfɔːˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/


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    (esp congénita) deformación feminine
    malformación feminine
    • Dandy-Walker Malformation is a rare malformation of the brain that is present at birth (congenital).
    • Symptoms are unusual, and treatment of venous malformations of the brain is seldom found to be necessary.
    • In isolated cleft palate, the cleft palate occurs by itself, without cleft lip or other malformations.
    • Stereotactic radiosurgery is used to treat arteriovenous malformations and small brain tumors.
    • She was shown shocking photographs of babies born with terrible congenital malformations.
    • Management of vascular malformations is dependent upon the type and location of the malformation as well as its depth.
    • If the malformation is defined as symptomatic, or is causing a syrinx, treatment is usually recommended.
    • Other common malformations include congenital heart, kidney, or Gl abnormalities.
    • Doctors said that I was born with a cleft palate and lip - both congenital malformations of the face.
    • The most familiar of the vascular malformations is the arteriovenous malformation.
    • The text is divided into the four major types of vascular malformations that are known to occur.
    • The majority of infants with anorectal malformation will need to have surgery to correct the problem.
    • Babies with brain malformations, numerous genetic diseases and other physical birth defects are at increased risk of cerebral palsy.
    • It is well-known that the incidence of significant congenital malformations is 1.5 per cent of all pregnancies.
    • At one end of the spectrum are MR disorders with gross brain malformations.
    • The MRI appearance of spinal cavernous malformations is generally the same as its cerebral counterparts.
    • Positive findings of congenital malformations and chromosome aberrations deserve thorough scientific investigation.
    • Secondary cough headaches can occur as a result of serious problems, including brain tumors and brain malformations.
    • The treatment of venous malformations varies according to the depth, location and extent of the lesion.
    • No genetic, demographic, or environmental risk factors for vascular malformations have been clearly identified.