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Down Syndrome – a Primary Care Perspective


Down syndrome is the most common identifiable cause of learning disability and occurs in approximately 1 in 1000 live births. Adults and children with Down syndrome are at increased risk of a wide range of medical problems which need to be identified early and treated appropriately.

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  • Authors: C McCall, A Taylor & E Marder
  • Keywords: Down Syndrome, trisomy 21
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