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Journal of Rawalpindi Medical College (JRMC); 2012;16(2):171-173 Original Article Pattern of Congenital Anomalies in the Newborn Amir Ali Khan,Tariq Azam Khattak,Syed Hamid Ali Shah ,Emran Roshan ,Anwar Ul Haq Department of Pediatrics, Combined Military Hospital Okara Abstract anomalies is significantly lower than that for normal children.8 Various risk factors have been identified as contributing to these defects which include genetic factors, maternal age, drug intake, teratogen, radiation exposure, maternal illness/infection, smoking, consanguinity and alcohol consumption.7,9 Some of these risk factors such as maternal drug intake, smoking, teratogen exposure, maternal infection, maternal diabetes, radiation exposure and alcohol consumption are avoidable. Neural tube defects are of particular significance as they are amenable to prevention with the use of folic acid during the peri ...
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