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The Affected Chromosome Of Celiac Disease
Six : Chromosome 6. Why?Get a more detailed answer ›
Some comments: Pku is a problem with children and this needs early diagnosis to prevent profound complications. Huntington's chorea is an autosomal dominant disorder occurring later in life, and is relatively rare, but genetic counseling might be valuable. Neither disorder has any relationship to the other. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease of one parent could be genetically transmissible to one of the children and what is the percentage?
Numerous parts: peripheral nerves and different parts of the brain can be involved. ...Read more
Bloodwork: Celiac disease is usually screened for (in the right patient) with blood tests. Depending on the results of these blood tests, you may be referred to a gastroenterologist to get a biopsy to confirm the diagnosis. You have to be on a regular diet (not gluten-free!) for these tests to be valid. ...Read more
Depends: Hla dq Alpha 0501 hla dq beta 0201 or 0302. ...Read more
Genetic test: Huntington's disease is due to an autosomal dominant mutation of the huntintin gene. The most definitive diagnosis of this disease is a positive test for this mutation. This genetic testing can be done before symptoms develop, but early diagnosis does not affect the outcome of the disease. Genetic counseling is recommended before testing. ...Read more
Why cystic fibrosis only affects the caucasian population and how the disease may have originated?
not true: Cystic fibrosis is a metabolic disorder more common in caucasions by present in many populations.The incidence is 1/3500 caucasion, 1/17, 000 african american, 1/80, 000 native american. It arises in mutations in the cftr gene that regulates cellular transport of chloride.There are in excess of 700 known mutations recorded but most common is the delta 508. ...Read more
Depends on geography: Given the single base change responsible for sickle cell trait in the beta globin gene, the frequency of new mutations is essentially zero. According to the cdc in the usa, 8-10% of african americans have sickle cell trait and 0.2% have sickle cell disease. Conversely, in western africa, the prevalence of sickle cell trait is 30-40%. ...Read more
None: I have never heard of a liver disease, which gives the same symptoms as "shaken baby" syndrome. ...Read more
Possibly: Kawasaki disease has an unknown cause. It can actually cause a "heart attack" in some kids. I had several cases of the disease and one boy had an abnormal ekg. I found that the disease quickly disappeared when i treated these kids with a very high powered organic vitamin. I passed this information on to a professor of pediatrics at a university. He thought that i was crazy! ...Read more
Depends: There are too many different types of scid - severe combined immunodeficiency for there to be just one mutation. Scid is commonly referred to as "bubble boy" disease in the lay press. The most common type is linked to the x chromosome and causes a defect in t cells and natural killer cells. ...Read more
Huntington's disease, an often fatal disease of the central nervous system, is inherited from a dominant alle, is this right?
Yes: Autosomal dominant disorder with the presence of excess numbers of tri-nucleotide repeats within the Huntington's gene on human chromosome 4. ...Read more
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