Dr Shahzaib Ali, Dr Usman Ghani, Dr Shaaray Abrar Umar
Objective: The aim of this study was to observe the determination in the various systems responsible for the congenital anomalies. Material and Methods: The design of this study was an observational study. In this study analysis of the congenital anomalies was carried out in neonate involving numerous systems and sex. This study used diagnosis to identify numerous defects such as barium studies, magnetic resonance imaging, computed topography, x-rays, echocardiography and ultrasound. Results: Hospital admissions in the duration of this study were 4201 and 371 patients (8.83%) of congenital anomalies were diagnosed with male and female ratio respectively 220 male patients (59.30%), 142 female patients (38.27%) remaining 9 patients (2.43%) had an ambiguous genitalia 215 patients were (57.95%) of normal delivery and 156 patients were of lower segment caesarian (42.05%). Common involvement was observed about the Central Nervous System (CNS) 89 patients (23.99%), 74 Gastro Intestinal Tract patients (19.95%), 61 Cardiovascular System patients (16.44%), 35 Respiratory System patients (9.43%) and 18 Genito Urinary System patients (4.85%). Dysmorphic featured babies were 48 patients (12.94%) and 17 palate and cleft lip patients (4.58%) and the rest were treated as 29 miscellaneous patients (7.82%). Conclusion: Congenital anomalies prevalence was observed dominant in males in comparison to females and common most system was observed as Central Nervous System in 89 patients and Gastro Intestinal Tract in the 74 followed by 61 patients of CVD. Keywords: Ambiguous Genitalia, Genito Urinary, Gastro Intestinal Tract, Congenital Anomalies.