Genetics

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Genetics
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2014-10-23 18:22:55
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Genetics
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  1. Autosomal dominant
    • does not skip generations
    • F = M
    • 50% offspring affected
    • Father can transmit to son
  2. Autosomal Recessive
    • Skips generations
    • F = M
    • Consanguinity increases affected offspring
    • Horizontal transmission
  3. X-linked
    • No father to son transmission
    • Skips generations (f carriers)
    • M > F
    • Father trasmission to daughters (obligate carriers)
  4. New AD mutations
    • new mutations
    • mis-attributed paternity
    • penetrance
    • delayed aged of onset
    • variable expression
  5. Acute - Serous Inflammation
    • outpouring of clear fluid in confined space
    • blister
  6. Acute - Fibrinous inflammation
    • rich in fibrin
    • often in serosal surfaces
  7. Acute - purulent inflammation
    abundant pus
  8. Acute - cellulitis inflammation
    • dense infiltrate of leukocytes through tissue
    • usually subcutaneous
    • erythema (redness)
  9. Acute - ulcer
    discontinuity in epithelium
  10. Acute - absess
    inflammation walled off by leukocytes and fibrosis

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