Down syndrome and Genetic Disorders

Down syndrome is a genetic disorder caused by an abnormal cell division that results in an extra full or partial copy of chromosome 21. This extra genetic material leads to the physical features and developmental challenges of Down syndrome. The severity of Down syndrome varies among individuals, causing mild to profound intellectual disabilities and physical limitations. It is the most common chromosomal disorder and a leading cause of intellectual disability in children. It also often results in other medical abnormalities, including heart and gastrointestinal issues.

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