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The [[ICD-10 Chapter XVI: Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period|full ICD codes]] are somewhat over inclusive for our purposes. But we list here the conditions of interest to psychologists occuring an identifiable in this period:
 
The [[ICD-10 Chapter XVI: Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period|full ICD codes]] are somewhat over inclusive for our purposes. But we list here the conditions of interest to psychologists occuring an identifiable in this period:
   
*[[Amaurotic familial idiocy]]
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*[[Amauretic familial idiocy]]
 
*[[Anencephaly]]
 
*[[Anencephaly]]
 
*[[Cleft palate]]
 
*[[Cleft palate]]
 
*[[Crying cat syndrome]]
 
*[[Crying cat syndrome]]
 
*[[Downs syndrome]]
 
*[[Downs syndrome]]
*[[Klinefelters syndrome]]
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*[[Klinefelters yndrome]]
 
*[[Phenylketonuria]]
 
*[[Phenylketonuria]]
*[[Turners syndrome]]
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*[[Turners syndome]]
   
 
Many of these conditions can have long term consequences on the neonate and their families and the accurate identification of the condition and the correct treatment and [[counseling]] can have important implications for the subsequent management of the consequences.
 
Many of these conditions can have long term consequences on the neonate and their families and the accurate identification of the condition and the correct treatment and [[counseling]] can have important implications for the subsequent management of the consequences.

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