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Presentasi kelainan kromosom

  1. 1. Chromosomal Abnormalities Oleh : Khairatul Insani F. (105090100111031) Wahyu Kusumayanti Putri (105090102111001)
  2. 2. Introduction• Chromosomes are the strands of genetic material contained in every cell of living things.• Function: carry genetic information that determines the fetal growth and development and bodily functions• Normal: The total of Chromosomes are 46 pairs that consist of 22 pairs autosome and 1 sex chromosome
  3. 3. The Causes of Chromosomal Abnormalities Chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus can be derived from one parent carrying chromosomalabnormalities, can also occur spontaneously (by itself)at the time of reproduction. Age of the mother during pregnancy is also a risk factor for chromosomal abnormalities. risk of chromosomal abnormalities inthe fetus is 4 times greater if the mother was 35 years old or older.
  4. 4. Genetic Abnormalities Genetic disorder is a condition caused by abnormalities of one or more genes that cause acondition of clinical phenotypes. Some of the causes of genetic diseases such as: Abnormal number of chromosomes as in Downs syndrome (an extra chromosome 21) and Klinefelter syndrome (males with two X chromosomes)
  5. 5. STRUCTURAL CHROMOSOME Abnormalities• Deletions are mutations of chromosome deletions in which most of the chromosome is lost. Deletion causes loss of genetic material.• Duplication is a chromosomal mutation in which some chromosomes are duplicated so that there is an extra genetic material.
  6. 6. • Inversion is a mutation of chromosome inversion which a portion of the chromosome is broken, upside down and back connected. Genetic material to be upside down (inverted).• Translocation is a mutation of chromosome translocation in which a portion of one chromosome is transferred to another chromosome. There are two types of translocations: reciprocal translocations and Robertsonian translocation
  7. 7. Gene and Chromosomal Abnormalities
  8. 8. Phenylketonuria• Protein metabolism incomplete• mental retardation• hyperactivity
  9. 9. Down Syndrome (45A+XY) / (45A+XX)• Down Syndrome is also called trisomy 21• Due to the excess of chromosome 21 as the result of translocation• Generally have mental retardation, asymmetrical skull, and short body.
  10. 10. Klinefelter Syndrome (44A+XXY)•Males have an extra X chromosome•Structure of the chromosomes XXY instead of XY•Big breasts
  11. 11. Turner Syndrome (44 A + X)• Women lose one X chromosome• Structure of the chromosomes into XO in exchange for XX• Physical abnormalities• Mental retardation
  12. 12. Edward Syndrome (45A+XX/XY)•addition of one chromosome on autosomal chromosomepair number 18•oval skull, a small mouth, ears and lower jaw
  13. 13. Anencephaly• A neural tube disorder that causes brain and skull defects; most of the children died at birth.
  14. 14. Spina Bifida• Neural tube abnormalities that cause abnormalities of the spine and brain.

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