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Diseases » Mounier-Kuhn syndrome » Inheritance

Inheritance and Genetics of Mounier-Kuhn syndrome

Genetics of Mounier-Kuhn syndrome:

Mounier-Kuhn syndrome can occur more than once in a family, indicating that genetic factors may play a role.

About inheritance and genetics:

Inheritance of Mounier-Kuhn syndrome refers to whether the condition is inherited from your parents or "runs" in families. The level of inheritance of a condition depends on how important genetics are to the disease. Strongly genetic diseases are usually inherited, partially genetic diseases are sometimes inherited, and non-genetic diseases are not inherited. For general information, see Introduction to Genetics.


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