Klinefelter's syndrome, is a condition caused by males inheriting an extra X chromosome in addition to their already existing sex chromosomes. Typically having an XXY instead of a normal XY sex chromosomes.
Syndactyly is a characteristic of Apert syndrome, Poland syndrome, Jarcho-Levin syndrome, oral-facial-digital syndrome, Pfeiffer syndrome, and Edwards syndrome
Down Syndrome and Turner Syndrome are two completely different places. Even though this is not how i found out, the clue is in Down Syndrome and Turner Syndrome.
pataus syndrome and klinefelters syndrome.
approximately half of the offspring of someone with Down syndrome also have the syndrome themselves
No, you cannot. Down syndrome is a syndrome that is with you from birth.
what is kinefelter syndrome?
yes there is.
Could be: Sick Building Syndrome Short Bowel Syndrome Shaken Baby Syndrome Straight Back Syndrome
Down syndrome, Kleinfelter's syndrome and monosomy X syndrome ( Turner's syndrome ), to name three.
XXXY Syndrome and Barr-Shaver-Carr Syndrome are the same.
Angelman syndrome is a genetic disorder, as is Down syndrome. But they are not the same. Angelman Syndrome involves a deletion of Chromosome 15, whereas people with Down syndrome have an extra copy of Chromosome 21.
Mother drinking and drugging during pregnancy. Is what it is.
also known as Martin-Bell syndrome, Marker X syndrome, and FRAXA syndrome
Non-disjunction can result in a number of different conditions, including Down Syndrome, Klinefelter Syndrome, Turner's Syndrome, Super Males, Triple X syndrome or Edward's Syndrome.
What is stiffman syndrome?
Locked in Syndrome
downs syndrome, klinefelters syndrome and turners syndrome are all examples of mutations
The phrase "occupational hazardous syndrome" or "occupational hazard syndrome" has no meaning.
if you were born and your mother or father had William syndrome, you can inherit the syndrome or disease.
Down syndrome, Triple-X syndrome, Klinefelter's Syndrome, and Turner's Syndrome. Wikipedia source