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  1. ... and cause them to develop abnormally. However, some cases of ABS deformity may be caused by reduced ... to the amnion. There have also been rare cases that seem to be due to genetic defects.
  2. ... the disease coughs or sneezes near you Most cases of chickenpox occur in children younger than age ... children get sicker than younger children in most cases. Children whose mothers have had chickenpox or have ...
  3. ... genes, TSC1 and TSC2 , are responsible for most cases. Only one parent needs to pass on the ... to get the disease. However, two-thirds of cases are due to new mutations. In most cases, ...
  4. ... proportions, but was contained in 2003. No new cases of SARS have been reported since 2004. When ... close contact caused most of the early SARS cases, SARS might also spread by hands and other ...
  5. ... pain in the abdomen Weight gain In rare cases, women can have more serious symptoms, including: Rapid ... If you have a severe case of OHSS, your health care provider will need to monitor your symptoms carefully. You may be admitted to the hospital. Your ...
  6. About 15% of all lung cancer cases are SCLC. Small cell lung cancer is slightly more common in men than women. Almost all cases of SCLC are due to ...
  7. ... use is responsible for up to 70% of cases in the United States. About 5 to 8 ... swelling. Genetics may be a factor in some cases. Sometimes, the cause is not known. Other conditions ...
  8. ... band. Usually, there is no pain. In rare cases, the tendons or joints become inflamed and painful. ... to extend or straighten the fingers. In severe cases, straightening them is impossible.
  9. ... adults are more likely to have a severe case. Encephalitis is most often caused by a virus. ... contact Different viruses occur in different locations. Many cases occur during a certain season. Encephalitis caused by ...
  10. ... feed and digest milk or formula. In some cases, the baby passes meconium while still inside the ... oxygen. This is only used in more severe cases. Nitric oxide (also referred to as NO, an ...
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