Autosomal dominant inheritance

Autosomal dominant inheritance

A pattern of inheritance in which a trait will be expressed if the gene is inherited from either parent.
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The differential diagnosis of renal cysts with autosomal dominant inheritance pattern include ADPKD, tuberous sclerosis, medullary cystic kidney disease and Von Hippel-Lindau disease.
NF1 often follows an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern, although up to 50% of patients with NF1 arise de novo from spontaneous mutations.
Tumor necrosis factor receptor-associated periodic syndrome (TRAPS) was first described in 1982 as familial periodic fever (FPF) with autosomal dominant inheritance (13).
Family members affected in three generations have bilateral cataracts, hyperferritinemia and an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern.
The condition was initially described in Japanese patients, where it is still most common, in which 7-10% of cases are familial with autosomal dominant inheritance pattern.
This family manifested dysarthria, dysphagia, external ophthalmoplegia, limb weakness, hypophrenia, deafness, and visual deterioration, in an autosomal dominant inheritance.
The pedigree data were in keeping with autosomal dominant inheritance, with some variability in phenotypic expression and complete penetrance.
Male-to-male transmission in the family reported by Bloom and Abramowitz (1943) is consistent with autosomal dominant inheritance.
The autosomal dominant inheritance pattern shows varying degrees of penetrance, translating to a range of phenotypes, Dr.
Sukuki and Sakai et al reported that TP and TM are equivalent with autosomal dominant inheritance.
In familial cases, autosomal dominant inheritance is more common than X-linked inheritance.
There is usually a VHL tumor suppressor gene germline mutation with an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern.

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