hereditary pattern


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The Shulhan Arukh, the Code of Jewish Law compiled by Rabbi Yosef Karo in the sixteenth century, however, rules that paternally related children also can establish a hereditary pattern of hemorrhage, even though such a genetic transmission is implicitly rejected by the Talmud.
This suggests that, although not recorded in the Talmud, the non-maternal hereditary pattern of factor XI deficiency could have been observed by Talmudic era decisors.
Its hereditary pattern is different from other reading disability sub types.
Each type has its own hereditary pattern, age of onset and rate of muscle loss.
1,2,3,4,5) No single hereditary pattern has been established for patients with IFH.
He suggests that Alzheimer's, which in most cases seems to lack a hereditary pattern, might be inherited through mitochondrial DNA, which comes only from the mother.
Multiple hereditary patterns are reported including autosomal dominant, recessive and some sporadic cases.
It goes beyond a traditional family tree by allowing the user to visualize hereditary patterns and psychological factors that punctuate relationships.
There are a surprising number and variety of factors to consider, ranging from hormone levels and medications to hereditary patterns and nutrition.
Breast cancer may occur sporadically, in small family clusters, or, as in this case, in strong hereditary patterns.
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