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Definition of the noun agenesis

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noun - plural: ageneses

  1. imperfect development; nondevelopment of a part

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Google previewRadiology of the Upper Urinary Tract (2012)

by erich lang

Renal Agenesis Renal agenesis is the absence of formation of either one or both kidneys. The ureteric bud fails to make contact with the nephrogenic blastema (GRAY and SKANDALAKIS 1972). Bilateral renal agenesis is a lethal ...

Google previewObstetric Imaging (2012)

Expert Radiology Series by Joshua Copel

DISEASE Definition Unilateral renal agenesis is the congenital absence of one kidney and ureter.

Unilateral renal agenesis is a component of several syndromes, ...

Google previewe-Study Guide for: Core Curriculum for Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (2012)

by Cram101 Textbook Reviews

Renal agenesis: Renal agenesis is a medical condition in which one (unilateral) or both (bilateral) fetal kidneys fail to develop.

Google previewPaediatric Respiratory Medicine (2015)

by Jeremy Hull, Julian Forton, Anne Thomson

Pulmonary agenesis • Pulmonary agenesis is a developmental defect in which there is unilateral or bilateral complete absence...

Google previewTextbook of Pediatrics Iap by Parthasarathy (2005)

by Jaypee Brothers, Medical Publishers

Renal A genesis Renal agenesis is the congenital absence of identifiable renal tissue. It may be unilateral or bilateral. Unilateral renal agenesis is mostly detected incidentally. Bilateral renal agenesis is a lethal disorder manifesting with ...

Google previewTextbook of Pulmonary Medicine (2010)

by D Behera

Tracheal Agenesis and Atresia Tracheal agenesis is a rare and uniformly lethal congenital malformation. It presents...

Type 2 agenesis is the commonest type, in which the main bronchi join with the esophagus in the midline. In type 3, both the ...

Google previewTextbook of Perinatal Medicine, Second Edition (2006)

by Asim Kurjak, Frank A. Chervenak

Renal agenesis Renal agenesis is the absence of one or two of the kidneys.

Google previewBlueprints Q and As for Step 2 (2007)

by Michael S. Clement

Müllerian agenesis is an isolated failure of the Müllerian system to develop in a genotypic female despite otherwise normal endocrine function. This diagnosis would be likely in a patient presenting as above, but with the female karyotype ...

Google previewReoperative Pediatric Surgery (2008)

by Steven Teich, Donna A. Caniano

vaginal agenesis. Vaginal agenesis is an uncommon condition, which may result from a variety of different underlying diagnoses.

Google previewPathophysiology for the Health Professions - Elsevieron VitalSource (2014)

by Barbara E. Gould, Ruthanna Dyer

Agenesis refers to a developmental failure of one kidney to develop. This is asymptomatic and usually is an incidental finding if diagnosed at all. • Hypoplasia , or failure to develop to normal size, is often a unilateral defect. Sometimes it results ...

Google previewCampbell's Operative Orthopaedics (2012)

by S. Terry Canale, James H. Beaty

SACRAL AGENESIS Sacral agenesis is a rare lesion that often is associated with maternal diabetes mellitus. Renshaw postulated that the condition is teratogenically induced or is a spontaneous genetic mutation that predisposes to or causes ...

Google previewSpinal Cord Medicine, Second Edition (2010)

Principles & Practice by Diana D. Cardenas, MD, MHA

SACRAL AGENESIS Sacral agenesis is a relatively uncommon congenital anomaly causing varying degrees of deficiencies of the sacrum and ...

Google previewCrash Course Paediatrics (2013)

by Rajat Kapoor, Katy I. Barnes

Renal agenesis is the congenital absence or hypoplasia of the renal parenchyma . It may be unilateral or bilateral and is a frequent cause of miscarriage or still birth. In bilateral cases there is severe oligohydramnios producing pulmonary ...

Google previewPathology & Parasitology for Veterinary Technicians (2009)

by Leland S. Shapiro

Agenesis is the absence or imperfect development of a part due to deficient growth. A common example in humans is the congenital absence of the brain's corpus callosum—the massive formation of nerve fibers bridging the two cerebral ...

Google previewPediatric Urology (2009)

by John G. Gearhart, Richard C. Rink, Pierre D. E. Mouriquand

63,64 Bladder Agenesis Bladder agenesis is a rare anomaly in viable newborns65,66; most with this anomaly do not ...

Google previewSleisenger and Fordtran's Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease (2010)

Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, Management, Expert Consult Premium Edition - Enhanced Online Features by Mark Feldman, Lawrence S. Friedman, Lawrence J. Brandt

PANCREATIC AGENESIS Pancreatic agenesis is a rare condition that can be complete or partial. Complete pancreatic agenesis is mostly fatal as infants are stricken with diabetes and malabsorption, as well as intrauterine growth restriction ...

Google previewOral Rehabilitation (2012)

A Case-Based Approach by Iven Klineberg, Diana Kingston

Tooth agenesis is the term used to denote the failure of tooth development resulting in one or more missing teeth. Failure of tooth development is caused by dysplasia of the ectoderm or ectodermal dysplasia. Ectodermal dysplasia is a group of ...

Google previewUrologic Surgical Pathology (2014)

by David G. Bostwick, Liang Cheng

Bilateral renal agenesis (Potter syndrome) Bilateral renal agenesis is a uniformly fatal disorder known as Potter syndrome (Fig. 1-32). Both ureters are also absent, so the bladder has no ureteral orifices.66 Approximately 40% of affected ...

Google previewHuman Embryology and Developmental Biology (2008)

by Bruce M. Carlson

Renal agenesis is the unilateral or bilateral absence of any. 410 / Development of the Body ...

Google previewRadiological Imaging of the Kidney (2014)

by Emilio Quaia

Agenesis. and. Anomalies. in. Size. 3.1 Renal Agenesis Renal agenesis is the result of failure ...

Google previewTwining's Textbook of Fetal Abnormalities (2014)

by Anne Marie Coady, Sarah Bower

Isolated Septal Agenesis Including Septo-Optic Dysplasia (SOD) Isolated septal agenesis is a rare brain malformation characterized by partial or complete absence of the septum pellucidum, the exact incidence of which is unknown. Isolated ...

Google previewAndrology (2001)

Male reproductive health and dysfunction by H. van Ahlen

Inactivating LH Receptor Mutations: Leydig Cell Hypoplasia Leydig cell hypoplasia or Leydig cell agenesis is a very rare disease with an approximate incidence of l : 1,000,000, occurring only in the male sex with a limited autosomal recessive ...

Google previewEmbryology (2010)

by Ronald W. Dudek

Pulmonary agenesis is the complete absence of a lung or a lobe and its bronchi. This is a rare condition caused by failure of bronchial buds to develop. Unilateral pulmonary agenesis is compatible with life. d. Pulmonary aplasia is the absence ...

Google previewFanaroff and Martin's Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine (2014)

Diseases of the Fetus and Infant by Richard J. Martin, Avroy A. Fanaroff, Michele C. Walsh

Caudal agenesis is a specific malformation, seen predominantly (300- to 400-fold greater) in insulin-dependent diabetic pregnancies. Although the detection rate of fetal malformations has its own limitations, the benefits of ultrasonography ...

Google previewTen Cate's Oral Histology - Pageburst on VitalSource (2007)

Development, Structure, and Function by Antonio Nanci

Tooth agenesis is the most common developmental anomaly in human beings, reported to occur in 2% to 10% of the population excluding third molars. Third molar agenesis is more prevalent and is reported to occur in approximately 25% of ...

Google previewCummings Pediatric Otolaryngology (2014)

by Marci M. Lesperance, Paul W. Flint

Tracheal agenesis is a rare congenital anomaly with nearly universal mortality. Approximately 100 cases have been described.18 At birth, patients have an aphonic cry, respiratory distress, increasing cyanosis, and falling Apgar scores.

Google previewThe Disabled Woman's Guide to Pregnancy and Birth (2005)

by Judith Rogers, OTR

Sacral agenesis is a term applied to a wide range of developmental conditions of the lower portions of the spinal column and pelvis. This term indicates that some portion of the lumbar spine, sacrum, or pelvis is incompletely or incorrectly ...

Google previewCleft Lip and Palate: Current Surgical Management, An Issue of Clinics in Plastic Surgery, (2014)

by Thomas J Sitzman

On the other hand, the wide midline cleft of the lip and midline alveolar ridge caused by premaxillary agenesis is a hallmark of the holoprosencephaly spectrum of brain malformations. Holoprosencephaly may be caused by numerous ...

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