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X-linked mental retardation and verbal disability (Birth defects original article series) ePub download

by Robert Gordon Lehrke

  • Author: Robert Gordon Lehrke
  • ISBN: 0883720574
  • ISBN13: 978-0883720578
  • ePub: 1247 kb | FB2: 1187 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Symposia Specialists; [distributed by International Medical Book Corp (1974)
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X-linked mental retardation and verbal disability (Birth defects original article series) ePub download

Birth defects original article series, Birth defects. Mental and growth retardation alone may be the sole indications for chromosome analysis, as the virtual absence of dysmorphic features in some cases (Case 2) is noteworthy. Other appropriate family members should be evaluated to determine whether there is a familial balanced reciprocal translocation present and proper genetic counseling provided. This article reports the ongoing follow-up of children with sex chromosome anomalies (SCA) detected in the Winnipeg Cytogenetic Study of 14,069 consecutive live births.

Birth Defects XII: 1–100 (Publication of PhD thesis of the same title, University of Wisconsin, 1968)Google Scholar. Lejeune J (1982) Is the fragile X syndrome amenable to treatment? Lancet 1:273–274Google Scholar. J Ment Defic Res 5:60–62Google Scholar. Lubs HA (1969) A marker X chromosome.

Birth Defects X (1). Bergsma D (ed) Intercont Med Book Corp for the National Foundation-March of Dimes, New YorkGoogle Scholar. Lancet I:49CrossRefGoogle Scholar. epartment of PathologyUniversity of British ada. Cite this article as: Herbst, .

tutionalised mental defect he ascertained. In Bergsma D, ed. Birth Defects X. New York: Intercontinental Medical Book Corporation, 1974:1-97.

Twenty retarded males and no retarded females were observed. Birth Defects Original Article Series, Vol. X, No. 1. Lubs, H. A. (1969). A marker X chromosome. The marker chromosome was shown to be the X chromosome in each case by Giemsa banding. In affected male and female carriers the marker chromosome varied in appearance and was not present in all metaphases.

Mental Retardation: Selected full-text books and articles. Understanding Mental Retardation By Patricia Ainsworth; Pamela Baker University Press of Mississippi, 2004.

Defects Original Article Series, 1974, vol. 5 Davison, B. C. British Journal of Psychiatry, Special Publication, no. 8, 1973. Too many authors regard their university or national journal as a third best-the last refuge for an article after it has been the rounds of the international general and special journals.

Females with one affected X chromosome and one normal X chromosome tend to have milder symptoms.

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Intellectual disability (ID), once called mental retardation, is characterized by below-average intelligence or mental ability and a lack of skills necessary for day-to-day living. People with intellectual disabilities can and do learn new skills, but they learn them more slowly. There are varying degrees of intellectual disability, from mild to profound.

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