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Transcript of Patau Syndrome
neither dominant or recessive
Severe disabilities and symptoms
Associated with cleft palate
Trisomy 13: Extra 13th chromosome in all cells of the body
Trisomy 13 Mosaicism: Extra 13th chromosomes are only present in some cells of the body
Partial Trisomy: A part of an extra 13th chromosome in all cells of the body
How Does it Manifest Itself?
The symptoms of this disorder include:
Fusing of eyes
What is Patau Syndrome?
Usually not surgery for first few months
How is Patau Syndrome Inherited?
Not inherited unless balanced translocation
Non-disjunction in maternal meiosis
Risk directly related to age
Unlikely to repeat in siblings
The Basics of
By Kristen Abraham
of an Individual with Patau Syndrome
Diagnosis of Trisomy 13
Chorionic Villus Sampling
Ultrasound at 20 weeks
Features present after birth lead to genetic testing
Most die within first few weeks of life
5-10% live past year 1
90% die in first year
Longest life recorded: about 13 years old
*Congenital Heart Disease
New prenatal blood test can identify down syndrome, Edward's syndrome(trisomy 18), and Patau syndrome
High risk moms
As early as 10 weeks
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Genetic counseling can help families understand the condition, the risk of inheriting it, and how to care for the patient.