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NIDDK

Kidney Disease in Children

children  acute  patients  biopsy  Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome  Kidney Disease  transplant  Kidneys  Birth Defects  dialysis  chronic kidney disease  general public  End-stage Kidney Disease  Nephrotic Syndrome  Albuminuria  Urine Blockage  Creatinine  Reflux  Hereditary Diseases 

Describes the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of acute and chronic kidney diseases and kidney failure in children.

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NIDDK

Solitary Kidney

congenital  patients  surgery  Kidney Disease  blood pressure  Kidney Diseases  Kidneys  Birth Defects  chronic kidney disease  general public  kidney failure  Albuminuria  Kidney Dysplasia  Surgical Removal  Ectopic Kidney  Nephrectomy  Kidney Donation  Preventing Injury 

Explains normal kidney function and the possible causes of solitary kidney, the possible effects of solitary kidney, and ways to protect kidney function.

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NIDDK

Urine Blockage in Newborns

patients  Urologic Diseases  Urinary Tract  Birth Defects  general public  Urine Blockage in Newborns  new borns 

Urinary tract anatomy and birth defects that can block the normal flow of urine. Explains diagnostic procedures and treatment of urine blockage in newborns.

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CDC

FASD Awareness | Features

pregnant  pregnancy  alcohol  CDC Features  Birth Defects  Fetal Alcohol Syndrome  fasd  fetal alcohol spectrum disorders  FAS  developmental disabilities 

Alcohol-related harm can’t occur if a baby is not exposed to alcohol before birth.

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CDC

Facts about Pulmonary Atresia | Congenital Heart Defects | NCBDDD | CDC

pregnancy  CDC  Birth Defects  Down Syndrome  heart defects  preconception care  National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities  developmental disabilities  birth defects research 

CDC works to identify causes of birth defects and opportunities to prevent them. By applying a public health approach incorporating three essential elements—surveillance or disease tracking, research to identify causes, and prevention research and programs—we can rapidly translate scientific findings into appropriate public health interventions.

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CDC

Medication Use During Pregnancy | CDC Features

pregnant  baby  medicines  CDC Features  Birth Defects  Thalidomide  isotretinoin  Accutane  Thalamid 

The safety of most medications taken by pregnant women is unknown and dependent on many factors. Talk with your doctor if you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy.

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CDC

World Down Syndrome Day | CDC Features

CDC Features  Birth Defects  Down Syndrome  World Down Syndrome Day 

In the United States, about 1 in every 700 babies is born with Down syndrome.

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CDC

March 3 is World Birth Defects Day | CDC Features

pregnancy  babies  CDC Features  Birth Defects  World Birth Defects Day  March 3 

People and organizations around the world can participate in World Birth Defects Day 2016 by sharing stories and information about birth defects using the hashtag #WorldBDDay.

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CDC

Heart Defects | CDC Features

CDC Features  Birth Defects  heart defects 

People with congenital heart defects (CHD) are now living longer, healthier lives. Read about one man’s story of living with a CHD.

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