consanguineous


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connected by or as if by kinship or common origin

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Consanguineous marriages may increase the risk of some genetic-inherited diseases and mental retardation (17).
An analysis of consanguineous marriage in the Muslim population of India at regional and state levels.
At least eight of these families were known to be consanguineous.
For example, Figure 2 shows how the combined aCGH and SNP array enables the analysis of both CNV and ROH data in a consanguineous sample.
This large number of AKU patients in a small country with a population of only five million is due to the large number of consanguineous marriages.
Because of high consanguineous marriage rates in our country (approximately 21.
The problem is very common apart from the effect that consanguineous marriages (among people closely related) have on fertility.
Frost & Sullivan recommends that policy makers focus on measures to control consanguineous marriages, which increase the risk of diabetes incidence due to hereditary
And though inbreeding isn't the only cause of thalassemia, it makes some Yemenis--where consanguineous marriage, or marriage between first cousins, is common--susceptible to the sickness.
Such external criteria are said necessarily to imply an illegitimate and predatory universalism that results in the violent liquidation of difference, a conceptual violence that has widely come to be seen as consanguineous with the political and social violence of modernity.
According to Najat Saif al Busaidi, chairperson of AEICD, the problem of disabilities is on the rise because of several reasons, including birth injuries, hereditary factors, consanguineous marriages and road accidents.
In spite of being associated with multiple genetic problems, consanguineous marriages continue to remain extremely prevalent worldwide.
At a recent public debate on intermarriage in Doha, much of the discussion focused on the tensions between cultural practices and the science cautioning against consanguineous marriage - defined as marriage between second cousins or closer.
The stories graphically present desires that surface in spite of culture: it is not surprising that a gay writer would offer the possibility of an essence consanguineous with existence.