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Etiology - The process of finding causes to explain diseases., Down Syndrome - The most common chromosomal aberration., Fragile X - The primary physical feature is long faces and prominent ears., Anoxia - When a child is overly deprived of oxygen., Behavioral Phenotype - Patterns of behavior exhibited by individuals with a certain condition., Tay Sachs - Results from an enzyme deficiency. Infants appear normal at birth, but the nervous system is gradually destroyed., Syphilis - Produces destructive lesions on already developed organs., Hydrocephalus - A build-up of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain.., Chromosomal Dysjunction - Malfunction in cell division., Risk factors - Biological or environmental causes of potential disabilities., Phenylketonuria - Inability to oxidize amino acid phenylalanine found in fish, dairy, and most protein sources., Ruebella - The fetal organs likely to be affected by this virus are those whose development is underway when the mother contracts the virus.,
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