Biological Factors

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This syndrome is caused by exposure to alcohol in the womb.
Foetal Alcohol Syndrome
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Infections such as rubella or cytomegalovirus (CMV) are catagorized as what?
Maternal Infections
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How many factors contribute to congential anomalies?
Four
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Contributing factors - G------, such as Down's Syndrom.
Genetic
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Contributing factors - N----------, such as a deficiency in folate, which increases the risk of neural tube defect,
Nutritional
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Contributing factors - I---------, such as rubella, resulting in deafness and health problems.
Infections
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Contributing factors - E------------, such as maternal exposure to pesticides, chemicals, radiation or alcohol or tobacco, causing abnormal growth.
Environmental
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These are defects or anomolies in the developing foetus, such as congential heart disease or club foot.Anomalies may be detected before birth, during birth or in later life.
Congenital Anomalies
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Infections such as rubella or cytomegalovirus (CMV) are catagorized as what?

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How many factors contribute to congential anomalies?

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Contributing factors - G------, such as Down's Syndrom.

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Contributing factors - N----------, such as a deficiency in folate, which increases the risk of neural tube defect,

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