Down’s syndrome

People who suffer from this genetic disorder, have 47 chromosomes instead of the normal 46. Down syndrome is a genetic disorder that is produced by an additional chromosome 21, which generates problems in the development of the body and of the brain. People with down syndrome have a common appearance: a smaller than normal head, small mouth and ears, short and broad hands with short fingers, etc. Also, the patient suffering from this disorder shows slower learning processes, impulsive and childish behaviour, and short attention and concentration periods.

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