NEW YORK — Two babies were born with microcephaly on Friday, one with the brain abnormality and the other with congenital microcephi.
The babies were given the microcephalis diagnosis, which can be confirmed by blood tests, by an independent health provider who did not want to be named.
Both babies have been hospitalized.
Both are now in stable condition, according to the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Both babies have microcephy and have microbrain injuries, which are considered a developmental disorder.
Both of the babies were delivered via C-section, the department said.
The Department of Public Health and the NewYork City Department Of Health and Family Services will be conducting further testing.
The microcephelis diagnosis can be made in two ways: by blood testing or by a physical exam.
According to the CDC, microcephelis can be diagnosed when a baby has microcepi and a brain abnormally narrowed.
The brain abnormalities cause the brain to look narrower than normal, making the baby appear smaller than normal.
There is no known cure for microcePHIs, which cause the smallest possible brain size.
Microcephilia is not a rare condition, but the diagnosis is extremely challenging for most people.
There are no cure for it, but doctors can usually diagnose it after the baby is born.
According the CDC’s website, there are many other factors that may contribute to a baby having microcepsis, including: a mother who has had a previous baby with the disorder, poor nutrition, exposure to certain medications, and an underlying condition such as epilepsy or Alzheimer’s disease.
There are no known treatments for microcephalic babies.