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Genetic disorders that can cause a person's intelligence to become underdeveloped?
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Dr. Vered Lewy-Weiss
Pediatrics - Endocrinology
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In brief: Lots!
Generally, if you have fewer or more genes or chromosomes than you're supposed to have, intelligence may well be affected.
Other genetic/metabolic diseases can damage the brain because of the toxic build up of by products from dysfunctional metabolism which the body may have difficulty disposing of.

In brief: Lots!
Generally, if you have fewer or more genes or chromosomes than you're supposed to have, intelligence may well be affected.
Other genetic/metabolic diseases can damage the brain because of the toxic build up of by products from dysfunctional metabolism which the body may have difficulty disposing of.
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