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Genetic-autosomal-dominant: Dominant genetic diseases of chromosomes 1..22
Introduction: Dominant diseases are a type of genetic disease; the opposite is recessive diseases. A dominant disease means that a single genetic mutation (usually inherited from a parent) will cause the disease. There is (usually) no form of carrier for a dominant disease. There are two main types of dominant genetic disease: autosomal dominant genetic disease (affecting the autosomes: chromosome 1..22), and x-linked dominant genetic disease (affecting the X chromosome).
Disease group: Autosomal Dominant Genetic Diseases
Condition count: 11
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