4 edition of Genetic disorders among Arab populations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ahmad S. Teebi, Talaat I. Farag.|
|Series||Oxford monographs on medical genetics ;, no. 30|
|Contributions||Teebi, Ahmad S., Farag, Talaat I.|
|LC Classifications||RB155.5 .G4545 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 499 p. :|
|Number of Pages||499|
|LC Control Number||96026499|
After controlling for confounders, first cousin Genetic disorders among Arab populations book remained significantly associated with an increased risk of congenital heart defects CHDwhere infants born to consanguineous parents had a higher risk of having a CHD diagnosed at birth compared to those born to unrelated parents in Lebanon [ 4849 ], Saudi Arabia [ 475051 ], Egypt [ 52 ], and Arabs in Israel [ 53 ]. Jordan's major exports include clothing, fertilizers, potash, phosphates, vegetables, and pharmaceuticals. Geographically, Jordan is almost entirely landlocked, with the port of Aqaba in the far south being its only outlet to the red sea. By Decemberthe database has finished its project with respect to the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Oman, and hopes to complete its coverage of genetic disorders in Qatar within a few more months. In Arab populations and Diasporas, the deep-rooted norm of consanguineous marriage has been widely accused of being an important factor contributing to the preponderance of autosomal recessive genetic disorders [ 354772 — 76 ].
But MERS is not yet a pandemic, could become pervasive in genetic Genetic disorders among Arab populations book patient. Most studies among Arabs have indicated that postnatal mortality is higher among offspring of consanguineous parents than among non-related parents [ 44265 — 71 ]. Consanguineous marriages among Arabs are respected because it is thought that they promote family stability, simplify financial premarital negotiations, offer a greater compatibility between the spouses and other family members, offer a lesser risk of hidden financial and health issues, and maintain the family land possessions [ 32425 ]. Consanguinity and Reproductive Health Research on the association of consanguinity with the different parameters of reproductive health in Arab countries is limited, both in quantity and in quality. Migration of Semitic tribes throughout the region and interaction with traders from Far East along silk road and immigrants shunting in and out of the African continent [ 11 ] have contributed to the diversity in the region.
However, experience from Iran and Saudi Arabia shows that many couples have chosen to marry despite a high risk of inherited genetic disease in their offspring. These variations will be compared with published findings. The data could potentially be used as a genome panel that will serve as a reference for future imputation studies. This conference was preceded by a one-day workshop on "Fundamental Approaches in Molecular Diagnosis of Hemoglobinopathies".
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Despite being largely ignored to date, the rise of Next-Generation Sequencing technologies has provided an opportunity for smaller nations to join in the genome effort. Like the previous conference, a two-day pre-conference workshop on the Applications of FISH technology in Cytogenetyics was also held as part of the program of the conference.
Differences in birth defect rates in different countries and studies could be attributed to true differences among different populations or to different definitions of birth defects, different methods, and different time periods for ascertainment.
Unlike what is thought, Genetic disorders among Arab populations book in the Arab World is not only confined to Muslim communities.
Amish, though, spend their lives in fear, or apprehension, of many things. The subsequent genome project was an extension of the International HapMap project that aimed to sequence the whole genome of individuals from various populations [ 5 ].
The creation of an Emirati genome reference that identifies point and segmental indel polymorphisms. Disorders that have increased tribal occurrences or are limited to large kindreds, as well as small geographic or religious isolates, are highlighted to facilitate their recognition, study, and management.
But MERS is not yet a pandemic, could become pervasive in genetic disease patient. The principle objective was to provide a comprehensive description of genetic variations in humans and their distribution throughout the genome and to make this data publically available.
Neutral or Positive Effects of Consanguinity on Reproductive Health Parallel to the huge body of literature detailing the negative effects of consanguinity on human health, there also exists a considerable amount of data that suggests that the practice of consanguinity is not the great evil that it is generally thought to be.
Rice PC, Moloney N. The lack of Arab genome representation Although the various ethnic groups of the Arab world e. He skirts the law.
Genetic counselors enhance the quality of patient care and serve as advocates and educators for patients as well as educators for the medical and non-medical communities.
For example, sickle-cell anaemia, though lethal in Genetic disorders among Arab populations book affected individuals with two copies of the disease geneprotects heterozygotes carriers of the disease with one normal and one disease gene from malaria. Genetic disorders among Arab populations book book presents the unique profile of genetic disorders and variants in Arabs.
These countries have in recent years looked to innovate in other technology sectors, in anticipation that oil reserves will run out and as the world energy needs shift to renewable sources. Genetic counseling and the distinctive cultural and religious attitudes towards various genetic issues are also presented.
Identifying women, with these mutations, before the disease occurs gives the primary care physician crucial information for developing cancer prevention strategies.
In Oman, among 21, births, In Jordan, it was evident that the higher the level of education of the female partner, the lower the consanguinity rate. Fewer studies noticed a higher rate of prenatal losses among consanguineous couples [ 137087 ].Burden and magnitude of genetic disorders in the Palestinian population There is little available data regarding genetic disorders in the Palestinian territories; however, there are hundreds of genetic disorders among Palestinians living in the West Bank/Gaza Strip or (Israel).
The effect of consanguinity rate on X-linked disorders and chromosome. The Centre for Arab Genomic Studies (CAGS) oversees genetic analyses on the populations of the Arab 42comusa.com in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, it indicates that Arab countries have among the highest rates of genetic disorders in the world.
Some pathologies are endemic to the Arab states, including thalassaemia, Tourette's syndrome, Wilson's disease, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. Oct 08, · Teebi A, Farag T.
Genetic Disorders Among Arab Populations Oxford Monographs on Medical Genetics No New York: Oxford University Press; Tadmouri GO. In: Genetic disorders in Arab Populations. Tadmouri GO, Genetic disorders among Arab populations book Al Ali M, Al Khaja N, editor.
Genetic Disorders in the Arab World: United Arab Emirates. Dubai; Tadmouri GO.Feb 01, · The acronym Sanjad-Sakati pdf is shown pdf an alternative.
It is also listed among the Arab diseases in our text bookGenetic disorders among Arab populations With regard to the family with 22q11 microdeletion, the association is probably fortuitous or as a remote possibility it might be the cause in a subset of patients with this Arab Cited by: 8.Oct 19, · Genetic disorders are common in Arab countries and download pdf for a substantial proportion of physical and mental handicap.
Generally, no public health measures are directed at the prevention of congenital and genetic disorders, which is also restricted by cultural and legal limitations Genetic disorders among Arab 42comusa.com by: In Arab populations ebook Diasporas, the deep-rooted norm of consanguineous marriage has been widely accused of being an important factor contributing to the preponderance of autosomal recessive genetic disorders [35, 47, 72–76].
In many parts of the Arab world, the society is still tribal.