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Down disease

Down disease

Down disease is a disease caused by the chromosomal aberration of the 21st pair of chromosomes, manifested by a number of physical defects, often dementia and a sharp decrease in resistance to infectious diseases. Etiology and pathogenesis of Down disease The etiology and pathogenesis of Down disease over the years has not been clarified. It was assumed that the basis of the disease is polyglandular insufficiency, that is, a dysfunction of several endocrine glands (thyroid, pituitary, etc.), a sharp lag…

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