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Related to familial: familial hypercholesterolemia, familial Mediterranean fever, familial dysautonomia, Familial adenomatous polyposis, familial tremor
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Synonyms for familial

of or relating to the family or household

Synonyms for familial

occurring among members of a family usually by heredity

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Bilateral disc edema in familial Mediterranean fever.
1- Increase public awareness about the dangerous impact of familial violence.
Familial Mediterranean fever mutation frequencies and carrier rates among a mixed Arabic population.
Classical subjects with heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia with raised LDL-C and mutation in exons 3 and 4 of LDL-R gene as shown in (Figure 3).
Among the patients who selected at least one trigger for familial hemiplegic migraine on the questionnaire, 36% reported at least one trigger factor that often or always (questionnaire response of 3 or 4, respectively) precipitated a FHM attack, he said.
Before the familial search, efforts to trace DNA found at the crime scenes had been unsuccessful.
He discusses compressed modernity and its familial basis, accidental pluralism, the social investment family and educational politics, the nuclear family and welfare politics, women's labor and gendered industrialization, the peasant family and rural-urban relations, the logic of familial capitalism, politics of defamiliation, and the sustainability crisis of familial modernity.
The discovery means some treatment methods for people with familial ALS could also be used on people with sporadic ALS.
Case reports have suggested familial aggregation [the occurrence of more cases of a given disorder in close relatives of a person with the disorder than in control families], but to what extent this is caused by common environment or inheritance is unknown," he added.
James' brother, Robert Watt, 20, and his mother, Jennifer Smith-Dennis, 58, were also found guilty of familial homicide.
James Watt, 27, of Chertsey Close, Luton, will stand trial at Luton Crown Court for murder, familial homicide and perverting the course of justice.
Scientists have discovered that a familial form of a rare bone cancer called chordoma is explained not by typical types of changes or mutations in the sequence of DNA in a gene, but rather by the presence of a second copy of an entire gene.
Three different heredity scenarios can be considered: previously established genetic syndromes, hereditary chronic pancreatitis and familial exocrine pancreatic cancer (two or more pancreatic cancer cases in first-degree relatives) [2].