Milia Tiny pimples on a newborn's face, usually around the nose or chin, and also sometimes on a baby's torso, arms, and legs. Caused by clogged pores, milia will disappear on their own, usually within a few weeks.
The anterior portion of the head that includes the skin, muscles, and structures of the forehead, eyes, nose, mouth, cheeks, and jaw.
Medically, the mentum. The lower portion of the face below the lower lip including the prominence of the lower jaw and the line of fusion of the two separate halves of the jawbone (mandible). This line of fusion (called the symphysis menti) encloses a triangular area at tip of the chin (termed the mental protuberance). On each side, below the second premolar tooth, is the mental foramen, an opening for the passage of blood vessels and a nerve that supply the chin.
An appendage in anatomy and in clinical trials. See: Arm.
Tiny pimples on a newborn's face, usually around the nose or chin, and also sometimes on a baby's torso, arms, and legs. Caused by clogged pores, milia will disappear on their own, usually within a few weeks.
"""Prickly heat"" or ""heat rash"" as a result of inflammation of the sweat glands and characterized by small, white or red skin eruptions."
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Commonly known as "pigeon toed." Generally corrects itself but may need surgery in severe cases.
A small skull with small cranial capacity. Usually indicates mental retardation.
A birth defect in which arms or legs are abnormally short.
Precise, delicate surgery performed to unblock Fallopian tubes or to reverse a vasectomy or tubal ligation.
Midwives provide care to women during the process of labor and childbirth, from the prenatal period to after the birth of a baby. Trained to be more holistic and woman-focused in their approach, midwives work with the backup support of a medical doctor.
Essential elements in a diet needed to maintain health and well being, including calcium, magnesium, and potassium.
Large bluish birthmarks, usually on the lower back or buttocks, more common in darker skinned babies. Usually fade or disappear as a baby grows.
A viral illness characterized by severe fatigue, swollen glands, sore throat, and fever.
A set of pregnancy-related symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, and food and smell aversions, that affect many women only in the morning; for many others, the discomfort lasts all day. About 70 percent of pregnant women suffer from morning sickness, which usually begins at four to eight weeks' gestation andsubsides by the 14th or 16th week.
The automatic response to loud noises or sudden movements in which a newborn will extend his arms and legs, arch his back, and sometimes cry out. Newborns can have this reaction even during sleep, but lose it after a few months.
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