autosomal recessive hearing loss

autosomal recessive hearing loss

[‚ȯd·ə¦sōm·əl ri¦ses·iv ′hēr·iŋ ‚lȯs]
(medicine)
Typically, a congenital, severe loss of hearing (up to and including complete deafness) that occurs only if an individual inherits a mutant copy of an autosomal recessive hearing loss gene from each parent.
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In addition to their work in chromosome 22, researchers in the Division of Human Genetics and Molecular Biology at Children's Hospital have contributed to advances in understanding and treatment of such genetic disorders as autosomal recessive hearing loss, Alagille syndrome, congenital heart disease and craniofacial anomalies.
congenital heart disease, autosomal recessive hearing loss and
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