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WA Register of Developmental Anomalies

Monitoring trends in WA

The information collated by WARDA enables the Register to monitor and track the occurrence of developmental anomalies in WA.

Take a look at the various tables and graphs below to see how things have changed over the years.

1. Neural Tube defects

Neural Tube defects

2. Cardiovascular defects

Cardiovascular defects

3. Cleft lip and palate

Cleft lip and palate

4. Hypospadias and renal agenesis/dysgenesis

Hypospadias and renal agenesis/dysgenesis

5. Exomphalos and gastroschisis

Exomphalos and gastroschisis

6. Chromosomal defects

Chromosomal defects

7. Neural tube defects: total, live births and terminations of pregnancy

Neural tube defects: total, live births and terminations of pregnancy

8. Down Syndrome: total, live births and terminations of pregnancy

Down Syndrome: total, live births and terminations of pregnancy

9. Overall CP rates

Overall CP rates

10. CP rates by gestational age

CP rates by gestational age

11. CP rates in singleton and multiple births

CP rates in singleton and multiple births

12. CP rates in Indigenous and non-Indigenous births

CP rates in Indigenous and non-Indigenous births

13. CP rates by severity over time

CP rates by severity over time

14. Postneonatally acquired CP by cause

Postneonatally acquired CP by cause

 

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