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Mild Errors of Morphogenesis: One of the Most Controversial Subjects in Dysmorphology

  • Paul Merlob

Abstract

The interest in congenital malformations is as ancient as the science of medicine. Since time immemorial human beings have been shocked and frightened by the appearance of different congenital malformations. These feelings were fueled by the superstitious belief that birth defects were monstrous or demonic manifestations. Even minor malformations stimulated the imagination. The most extreme “treatment” of these abnormalities was probably exercised by the people of ancient Sparta.

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Down Syndrome Congenital Malformation Congenital Hypothyroidism Diabetic Mother Major Malformation 
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  • Paul Merlob
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  1. 1.Neonatal DepartmentBeilinson Medical CenterPetah TiqvaIsrael

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