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1,174 Possible Causes for Autosomal Dominant with Incomplete Penetrance

  • Autosomal Dominant Prognathism

    Current genetic inheritance patterns proposed for the Class III malocclusion include autosomal-recessive, autosomaldominant, autosomal-dominant with incomplete penetrance,[] […] mode of transmission that is affected by other genes and environmental factors leading to incomplete penetrance and variable expressivity.[] Studies will be presented showing that the familial distribution of mandibular prognathism could be explained by the presence of a dominant major gene with an autosomal Mendelian[]

  • Bunion

    Studies show that bunions are linked to one’s family history, the inheritance pattern being autosomal dominant with incomplete penetrance.[] dominant inheritance with incomplete penetrance.[] dominant with incomplete penetrance. [16] Epidemiology In the United States, the number of forefoot operations for the three most common forefoot ailments (HV, hammertoe,[]

  • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

    Restless legs syndrome (RLS) has only been recently investigated in a small cohort of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) patients and it has been reported to have variable prevalence (among 3.7-58%). However little is known about its management. Here, we report a case of severe RLS occurring during the course[…][]

  • Hereditary Pancreatitis

    Abstract Hereditary pancreatitis is an autosomal dominant disease with incomplete penetrance (80%), accounting for approximately 1% of all cases of pancreatitis.[] It is inherited as an autosomal dominant disease, with incomplete penetrance. The genetic defect is believed to be caused by mutations in the trypsinogen gene.[] Abstract Hereditary pancreatitis (HP) is an autosomal-dominant disease with incomplete penetrance manifesting as early-onset chronic relapsing pancreatitis.[]

  • Generalized Epilepsy with Febrile Seizures Plus

    Inheritance is generally autosomal dominant with incomplete penetrance, but this may not be the only situation.[] The inheritance pattern is mainly autosomal dominant with incomplete penetrance, but recessive inheritance and de novo cases have also been reported.[] Genetic counseling In most large families, GEFS is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner, often with incomplete penetrance.[]

  • Indirect Inguinal Hernia

    dominant inheritance with incomplete penetrance and sex influence.[] While patterns of transmission are unclear, autosomal dominant inheritance with incomplete penetrance and sex influence has been suggested.[] […] that congenital indirect inguinal hernia is not compatible with a multifactorial threshold model, and the frequent vertical transmission and high segregation ratio suggest autosomal[]

  • Exostosis

    Hereditary multiple exostoses demonstrate an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern, with incomplete penetrance in females.[] Hereditary multiple exostoses , also known as diaphyseal aclasis or osteochondromatosis is an autosomal dominant condition, characterised by the development of multiple osteochondromas[]

  • Juvenile Polyposis Syndrome

    OBJECTIVE: Juvenile polyposis syndrome is a rare autosomal dominant disorder with incomplete penetrance.[] Abstract Juvenile polyposis syndrome (JPS; MIM 174900) is an autosomal dominant condition with incomplete penetrance characterized by hamartomatous polyps of the gastrointestinal[] GENETICS JPS is an autosomal dominant condition with incomplete penetrance [ 5 ].[]

  • Familial Spontaneous Pneumothorax

    The disease was inherited by autosomal-dominant type, with incomplete penetration and (or) variable expression.[] Our findings indicate that familial spontaneous pneumothorax in these pedigrees is an autosomal dominant disorder with incomplete penetrance demonstrating variable expression[] Two modes of inheritance have been suggested, including (1) an autosomal dominant gene with incomplete penetrance (50% in males; approximately 20% in females) and (2) more[]

  • Cardiomyopathy

    The cause is unknown; the familial form is usually autosomal dominant with incomplete penetrance but can be recessive.[] dominant inheritance and incomplete penetrance; a recessive form is described.[] […] myocardium, initially with typical regional and later global right and some left ventricular involvement, with relative sparing of the septum. 11 Familial disease is common, with autosomal[]

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