Edwards syndrome

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&nbsp;Edwards Syndrome is a genetic disorder which is caused by a [[trisomy]] of chromosome 18 and affects approximately 1 in 3000-5000 live births. Common symptoms include, but are not limited to,&nbsp;an abnormally shaped head with a small jaw, heart and kidney problems and bone abnormalities.&nbsp;<references />
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&nbsp;Edwards Syndrome is a genetic disorder which is caused by a [[Trisomy]] of chromosome 18 and affects approximately 1 in 3000-5000 live births. Common symptoms include, but are not limited to,&nbsp;an abnormally shaped head with a small jaw, heart and kidney problems and bone abnormalities.<ref>NHS. (2012). Edwards Syndrome. Available: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/edwards-syndrome/Pages/Introduction.aspx. Last accessed 25th Nov 2013</ref>  
  
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<ref>NHS. (2012). Edwards Syndrome. Available: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/edwards-syndrome/Pages/Introduction.aspx. Last accessed 25th Nov 2013</ref>
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 Edwards Syndrome is a genetic disorder which is caused by a Trisomy of chromosome 18 and affects approximately 1 in 3000-5000 live births. Common symptoms include, but are not limited to, an abnormally shaped head with a small jaw, heart and kidney problems and bone abnormalities.[1]

  1. NHS. (2012). Edwards Syndrome. Available: http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/edwards-syndrome/Pages/Introduction.aspx. Last accessed 25th Nov 2013



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