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[cq_vc_cardslider autoslide=”6″ itemsize=”customized” itemheight=”250″ shape=”square” bgstyle=”customized” backgroundcolor=”#dddddd” dotstyle=”darkgray” defaultdot=”darkgray” autoheight=””][cq_vc_cardslider_item datelabel=”Trisomy 18″ datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Edward’s Syndrome” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”947″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]A first trimester screening that includes a blood test and ultrasound offers early information about a baby’s risk of having it. A second trimester blood test called a quad screen can also detect it.
Symptoms include low birth weight, small abnormally shaped head, and birth defects in organs that are often life threatening.

Edwards syndrome has no treatment and is usually fatal before birth or within the first year of life.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datelabel=”Trisomy 21, Mosaic, or Translocation” datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Down’s Syndrome” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”942″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]Down syndrome is a genetic disorder caused when abnormal cell division results in extra genetic material from chromosome 21.
Down syndrome causes a distinct facial appearance, intellectual disability, developmental delays, and may be associated with thyroid or heart disease.

Medical specialists will conduct additional screenings. Early intervention programs with a team of therapists and special educators who can treat each child’s specific situation are helpful in managing Down syndrome.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Prader-Willi Syndrome” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”957″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]A genetic disorder that causes obesity, intellectual disability, and shortness in height.
Prader-Willi syndrome is a genetic disorder usually caused by deletion of a part of chromosome 15 passed down by the father.

The most common symptoms of Prader-Willi syndrome are behavior problems, intellectual disability, and short stature. Hormonal symptoms include delayed puberty and constant hunger leading to obesity.

There is no cure for Prader-Willi but many patients will benefit from a supervised diet. Some symptoms can be treated with hormone therapy.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Patau Syndrome” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”958″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]A condition in which a person has an extra chromosome 13.

Prenatal testing can detect Patau syndrome during pregnancy.

Patau syndrome causes severe intellectual disability and physical defects.

Most infants with this condition don’t live past their first week of life. Treatment varies from child to child and focuses on relieving symptoms and managing complications.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Parkinson’s Disease” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”959″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder that causes unintended or uncontrollable movements, such as shaking, stiffness, and difficulty with balance and coordination. Symptoms usually begin gradually and worsen over time. As the disease progresses, people may have difficulty walking and talking.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datecolor=”#000000″ title=”William Syndrome” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”960″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]Williams Syndrome (WS) is a rare genetic disorder characterized by mild to moderate delays in cognitive development or learning difficulties, a distinctive facial appearance, and a unique personality that combines over-friendliness and high levels of empathy with anxiety.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Angelman Syndrome” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”961″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]Angelman syndrome usually isn’t detected until developmental delays become noticeable, usually when a baby is about six to 12 months old.

Symptoms include lack of crawling or babbling, minimal speech, and frequent smiling and laughter. Inability to walk, move, or balance well (ataxia) is also a symptom.

Treatment includes anti-seizure medication and therapies to help manage medical and developmental concerns.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Epilepsy” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”962″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]A disorder in which nerve cell activity in the brain is disturbed, causing seizures.

Epilepsy may occur as a result of a genetic disorder or an acquired brain injury, such as a trauma or stroke.

During a seizure, a person experiences abnormal behavior, symptoms, and sensations, sometimes including loss of consciousness. There are few symptoms between seizures.

Epilepsy is usually treated by medications and in some cases by surgery, devices, or dietary changes.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datelabel=”syndromes without a name” datecolor=”#000000″ title=”SWAN” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”964″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]It’s a term the doctors might use when a child has symptoms of a genetic condition, but these symptoms can’t yet be diagnosed. Children with SWAN can have a range of symptoms including developmental delay, learning difficulties and physical disabilities.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Cerebral palsy” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”965″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of disorders that affect a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture. CP is the most common motor disability in childhood. Cerebral means having to do with the brain. Palsy means weakness or problems with using the muscles.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datelabel=”Pancreaticoduodenectomy” datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Whipple Procedure” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”966″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]A pancreaticoduodenectomy, also known as a Whipple procedure, is a major surgical operation most often performed to remove cancerous tumours from the head of the pancreas. It is also used for the treatment of pancreatic or duodenal trauma, or chronic pancreatitis.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datecolor=”#000000″ title=”Dystonia” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”968″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]Involuntary muscle contractions that cause repetitive or twisting movements.

Dystonia may affect one or more parts of the body, and sometimes the entire body. The condition can be mild or severe.

The main symptom is involuntary muscle contractions that result in slow repetitive movements, cramps, or abnormal posture.

Treatments may include drugs, injections, and physical therapy.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datelabel=”Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder” datecolor=”#000000″ title=”ARFID” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”969″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]Children with ARFID are extremely picky eaters and have little interest in eating food. They eat a limited variety of preferred foods, which can lead to poor growth and poor nutrition.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][cq_vc_cardslider_item datelabel=”Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder” datecolor=”#000000″ title=”ADHD” titlecolor=”#000000″ image=”971″ isresize=”yes” imagesize=”250″]A chronic condition including attention difficulty, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness.

ADHD often begins in childhood and can persist into adulthood. It may contribute to low self-esteem, troubled relationships, and difficulty at school or work.

Symptoms include limited attention and hyperactivity.

Treatments include medication and talk therapy.[/cq_vc_cardslider_item][/cq_vc_cardslider]

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