Congenital disorders are present at or shortly after birth and are typically present throughout life until death. Some congenital abnormalities (such as a heart defect) are treatable or repaired in infancy or young childhood.
Acquired disorders develop during a person's lifetime, anytime from birth to old age. Almost every adult by old age has at least one acquired disorder and most adults develop more than one disorder.
Conditions that develop in a baby during the mother's pregnancy or at birth
All of the above
passed on from father/mother to child
Which of the following terms does NOT describe a form of a fat?Cholesterol
Conditions that are present at birth. Conditions that can be hereditary or genetic.
The number one can be used to describe a certain event.
In medical terms, acquired is the opposite of congenital; it means a condition that you weren't born with.