How is Turners Syndrome inherited?
it is not inherited because a women with turners sydrome cannot have children so that means that its not inherited
This is not a good question. The Turners Syndrome only occurs in women, and it is not inherited, because these women cannot have their own children. No causes have been discovered yet.
Most cases of down syndrome are not inherited. Translocation Down syndrome can be inherited.
Turner syndrome is a chromosomal disorder.
downs syndrome, klinefelters syndrome and turners syndrome are all examples of mutations
Turner syndrome can rarely be inherited
It depends on the type of Turner syndrome. There is one type in which all cells are affected, which is called classic Turners. The karyotype for classic Turners is 45x. There is another type in which not all cells are affected. This is called Mosaic Turners. The karyotype for Mosaic Turners is 45x/46xx.
It is not inherited because it is impossible to have a baby if you have Klinefelter's Syndrome.
2% of unborn babies with Turners survive to birth. Babies with Turners who survive to birth live.
It is not, the women affected by it cannot have their own children, so the syndrome is not inherited.
Yes animals do sometimes have Turner's syndrome or Klinefelter's syndrome with similar characteristics as those observed in humans.
Lesh-Nyhan syndrome is inherited as a sex-linked recessive disorder.
not a very bad (effective) symptom
people (girls/women) with turner syndrome live as long as regular people do....turner syndrome does not affect life spancy
Yes, because this syndrome is inherited.
People with Turner Syndrome are open to there limitations. Apart from not being able to have children naturally; and having trouble reaching high things due to short stature, people with Turners do not generally have many limitations. Struggles with maths appear to be common in people with Turners and some also have trouble learning to drive. There are also people with Turners who do not have problems with maths however; and many, many women with… Read More
No. Asperger's Syndrome is Inherited.
I don't believe that is inherited because it is a form of cancer. We all know cancer is not inherited.
No, it cannot.
Yes it is often inherited.
Trisomy 21, trisomy, 18, trisomy, 13, Turners syndrome (XO), Klinefelter's syndrome, XYY sydrome, CML, XXYYYY syndrome, and other aneuploidies...
As a 19yr old female with Turner's Syndrome (diagnosed at 8yrs old), have never had any problems in school. There is usually no mental effect, however girls with turners may have problems with spatial problems and possibly math. However, I am in my second year of university, and have received an A in Linear Algebra, and have never had special treatment due to turners syndrome.
Do you mean how do doctors test for Turner syndrome? It is a blood test to find out about the person's chromosomes, to see if the person is missing the second X chromosome.
inherited immunodeficiency syndrome acquired immunodeficiency syndrome
Turner syndrome is the result of one of the two X chromosomes being missing or damaged in some or all cells. These chromosomes are the sex chromosomes, which determine whether a person will be male or female. As people with Turners only have an X chromosome and no Y chromosome they are born female.
Down Syndrome is an inherited condition. You cannot "get" Down Syndrome, it isn't contagious. A person is born with it.
An inherited disease is one the other person is passed on to you, like anemia or Down's syndrome.
Unless she has translocation (inherited) Down syndrome than No, she more than likely Won't.
All you ever needed to know about Turners: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turner_Syndrome
Sometimes the person does not have obvious characteristics of Turner syndrome, so they do not get diagnosed as a child. When they become adolescent and do not go through puberty that is what leads the doctor to test the person for Turner syndrome.
Turner's syndrome is when a woman is missing a chromosome on either gene 21 or 22. Pretty sure it's 22. This causes her not to be able to have children. Hope this helps.
The parents have normal genotypes, because Klinefelter's syndrome is not inherited.
by parents or previous family members who had it
The symptoms of Marfan syndrome in some patients resemble the symptoms of homocystinuria, which is an inherited disorder marked by extremely high levels of homocystine in the patient's blood and urine.
Bassen-Kornzweig syndrome is inherited as an autosomal recessive disorder, which means that parents of affected individuals are themselves unaffected carriers, and that they have a 25% risk of having an affected child.
The X chromosomes - one of the two X chromosomes other females have is missing.
Most cases of triple X syndrome are not inherited so it is not a dominant or recessive trait.
No, tourette syndrome is not a communicable disease; it is an inherited disorder.
Partial monosomy is when a part of the chromosome has only one copy, while the rest has two copies. Turners syndrome is an example of monosomy
It was named after Doctor Henry Turner who discovered it. He noticed that some of his female patients had a particular set of characteristics.
Why do people with Klinefelter's syndrome and Turner's syndrome still exist in the population despite their infertility?
Because they are random chromosomal disorders and not inherited.
No, Marfan Syndrome is an inherited disorder of connective tissue. It is not an infectious disease.
The same as anyone else usually. Turners itself does not affect life expectancy. Medical problems (eg. heart problems) associated with Turners may have done in the past, but doctors can do amazing things to fix these problems now.
No, it is not deadly itself. However, it may cause health problems (for instance with the heart) which may possible lead to death, but this is not often.
Yes Turners is a syndrome.It affects about 1/2500 females and they have only 1 x chromosome. There is a long list of symptoms that some have.
Unless one has translocation (inherited) Down syndrome than No, they more than likely Won't.
NO, it is a rare disorder of the placenta.