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I’m sure you’ve heard this before: “Congenital” means “born with.” This phrase is usually used to describe a child born with a disability or medical disorder. Because we don’t know exactly what causes disability, we have to come up with our own definition of “congenital.

I’m not so sure we are in the 80s anymore. We’re in the 21st century where diseases can be caused by environmental, lifestyle, or medical conditions. I think the phrase congenital is used in a different way than it was in the 80s. In the late 70s, congenital was referring to a birth defect/disorder. Now it’s referring to a physiological condition which can be both genetic and environmental.

The term congenital is still used in the medical context as a general term for a birth defect. The word congenital is used in the medical context as a general term for a birth defect.

As I said before, I think its a mistake to use the word congenital to mean a birth defect. In fact, I think we should re-classify congenital as a general term for a birth defect in the medical context. The only reason I think this is being proposed is that there are a lot of people who believe that the term is misleading and that people with congenital conditions are more likely to be born with a birth defect.

I’m not really sure what to make of this. In normal people, there is a lot of variation from one individual to another. If there is a genetic defect in a person, as a general rule there should be some variation.

This is especially true when it comes to congenital birth defects. It’s not just the kind of thing that happens when you don’t eat well or get enough sleep. There are plenty of common conditions that we all share, such as diabetes and heart disease. So what’s the point of the term? It just looks like a bunch of wacked out people with big head lumps. I mean, you don’t want to make a blanket statement about what is and isn’t normal.

It’s true that congenital birth defects are not the only things that are a “common condition.” There are a number of things that are genetically inherited where some of the symptoms are often not apparent at birth. The most common of these are diabetes and heart disease. In fact, as you can see from the graph above, there were more than 200 known congenital birth defects in the United States in 1980 alone.

Again, because we know that congenital and genetic conditions are not the only things that are inherited, it’s not surprising that some people are born without them. Some people are born with a birth defect and don’t know it because they are unable to communicate, but they do their job and don’t know it. Such people are known as “silent” people.

Because of this, many people who are born without a birth defect are known as “silent people.” They are often very intelligent and well-spoken and are able to communicate their condition in very few words. Their condition is not known in the medical community and they have no family members or friends who can help them find out.

The problem with this is that those who are born deaf and do not know it, are not able to communicate their condition. Some of these people may simply not be able to talk to a doctor or even communicate their condition to others, and that is a tragedy. These people really are silent people.

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