It is a fibrosis (formation of scar tissue) in septum, a part of the heart that separates left and right part of the heart. It is usually a consequence of a viral infection.
Ventricular septal defect affects the ventricles common in babies with down syndrome while atrial septal defect is affecting the atrium.
The heart's septal wall is called the interatrial septum. The anatomical feature of the heart's septal wall is a crescent-shaped piece of tissue.
No. Currently, there are no medication treatment options for atrial septal defect.
Septal deviations are either congenital (present from birth) or develop as a result of an injury.
It means that the liver structure is scarred and has fiber like substances in it. It is the final stage before cirrhosis of the liver happens and can be dangerous if cirrhosis happens. The only treatment is to avoid alcohol and medications because they damage the liver.
Cirrhosis is defined as liver inflammation and fibrosis. Liver inflammation is hepatitis. Fibrosis is fibrosis.
Usually people refer to a septal defect, often a ventricular septal defect, when they speak of a "hole in the heart." They may also mean an atrial septal defect or patent foramen ovale.
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Fibrosis is repair. When a tissue is damaged fibroblasts repair the damage and this process is called Fibrosis.
What is cystic fibrosis? Cystic fibrosis is a life threatening disease.
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Is a carrier of cystic fibrosis
Cystis fibrosis is when your mucus is thick and sticky.
Derma fibrosis refers to skin fiber.
Yes, girls can get cystic fibrosis.
Fibrosis is the replacement of cells and fibrosis is where it involves repair by dent, forming scar tissues
In both cases, there is an abnormal hole opening in the partition that seperates the right and left sides of the heart.
Children with small septal defects tend to develop normally and without any effect on their ability to participate in physical activities
Depends. If your mother has cystic fibrosis and your father is a carrier, there is a 50% chance that any of their children will have cystic fibrosis. If the father is not a carrier, no children will have cystic fibrosis, but they will all be carriers.
cystic fibrosis is a chronic illness, so yes eventually a person with cystic fibrosis will die from the disease.