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Handbook of Down Syndrome Research $195.00
Editors: Dominicus Jelinek and Gijs Dvorak
Book Description:
Down syndrome is a condition in which extra genetic material causes delays in the way a child develops, both mentally and physically. It affects about 1 in every 800 babies. The physical features and medical problems associated with Down syndrome can vary widely from child to child. In most cases, the child has short and squat body, big neck, macroglossia, hypotonia and handheld fold. While some kids with DS need a lot of medical attention, others lead healthy lives. Though Down syndrome cannot be prevented, it can be detected before a child is born. Furthermore, while some kids with DS have no significant health problems, others may experience a host of medical issues that require extra care. For example, almost half of all children born with DS will have a congenital heart defect. Kids with Down syndrome are also at an increased risk of developing pulmonary hypertension. This book examines this genetic disorder, the detection of possible causes and treatment options for the complications of the disease.

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Table of Contents:

Down Syndrome: Genetics, Screening, And Health;pp.
(Ciro Comparetto, Franco Borruto, Division of Obstetrics and Gynecology, City Hospital, Prato, Italy, and others)

Gene Expression Regulation in Down syndrome: Dosage Imbalance Effects at Transcriptome and Proteome Levels;pp. 55-87
(Mohammed Rachidi and Carmela Lopes, Molecular Genetics of Human Diseases Tahiti, French Polynesia, and others)

Total (birth + fetal) prevalence, possible causes and prevention of Down syndrome in Hungary;pp. 89-121
(Andrew E. Czeizel, and Julia Métneki, Foundation for the Community Control of Hereditary Diseases , Budapest, Hungary, and others)

Social Functioning in Down Syndrome: A Neuropsychological Perspective;pp. 123-156
(Melanie A. Porter, Clinical Neuropsychologist and Lecturer in Neuropsychology, Psychology Department, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia)

The dysfunctional Gastro-intestinal tract in Down syndrome – congenital or acquired;pp. 157-182
(Moore SW, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)

Infectious diseases of respiratory system during Pregnancy;pp. 183-206
(Andrew E. Czeizel, Nándor Ács, and Ferenc Bánhidy, Foundation for the Community Control of Hereditary Diseases, Budapest, Hungary)

Mitochondrial Function In Down Syndrome;pp. 207-229
(Anna Gvozdjáková, Jarmila Kucharská, Zuzana Sumbalová, Richard Kvetňanský, Miroslav Mikulecký, Boris Mravec, Ram B. Singh, Comenius University, Medical Faculty, Pharmacobiochemical Laboratory of Third Medical Clinic, Bratislava, Slovakia, and others)

Informed Choice In Antenatal Screening Of Down’s Syndrome;pp. 231-247
(Kleanthi Gourounti, Jane Sandall, Elena Benizelou Hospital, Departmemt of Midwifery, Technological Educational Institution of Athens, Greece, and others)

Mother-Child And Father-Child Interaction In Families Of Children With Down Syndrome;pp. 249-265
(Simona de Falco, Paola Venuti, Gianluca Esposito, and Marc H. Bornstein, Department of Cognitive Science and Education, University of Trento, Italy, and others)

Ultrasound Screening For Down Syndrome;pp. 267-283
(M. Sami Walid, Nadezhda V. Zaytseva , Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon, GA, USA, and others)

Dental Hygiene, Gingival Modified Index (GMI) and Simplified Oral Hygiene Index (OHIS) in the primary dentition of Down Syndrome children;pp. 285-303
(Marília Fernandes Mathias, Maria Teresa Botti Rodrigues Santos, Renata Oliveira Guare, School of Dentistry, University of Cruzeiro do Sul, São Paulo, Brazil, and others)

Down’s syndrome and Dysphagia;pp. 305-320
(Tracy Lazenby-Paterson, Learning Disabilities Service, NHS Lothian, Edinburgh UK)

Advances In Prenatal Screening For Down Syndrome;pp. 321-335
(Aggeliki Kolialexi, Georgia Tounta, Nikolas Papantoniou, George Th. Tsangaris and Ariadni Mavrou, Department of Medical Genetics, Athens University School of Medicine, Athens, Greece, and others)

Machine Learning applied to Second-trimester Down’s Syndrome screeni;pp. 337-352
(Vicenç Soler, Marta Prim, Biomonitorization Group of the CIBER-BBN Center (Biomedical Research Center on Network in Bioengineering, Biomaterials and Nanomedicine), and others)

The influence of oromotor functions and diet consistency on caries experience and growth rate in cerebral palsied individuals;pp. 353-376
(Maria Teresa Botti Rodrigues Santos, Maria Cristina Duarte Ferreira, Paula Celiberti, Renata Oliveira Guare, Discipline of Dentistry, Persons with Disabilities Division, Post Graduation Professor, Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul, São Paulo, Brazil, and others)

Craniofacial Growth In Patients With Down Syndrom;pp. 377-396
(José Lorenzo, Carmen Iglesias, Juan J. Alió, Partner, Prophylaxis, Odonthopediatrics and Orthodontics Department, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and others)

Hearing loss and middle ear disorders in children with Down syndrome: The need for screening and surveillance systems;pp. 397-408
(Iris Hoi-Yee Ng, Carlie Driscoll, Institute of Human Communicative Research, and
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, and others)

The Dental Evidence For Prenatal And Early Postnatal Growth Insults In Down Syndrome;pp. 409-425
(Uri Zilberman, Patricia Smith, Lab. Bioanthropology and Ancient DNA, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Isarel, and others)

Dealing With Down Syndrome Occurrence Risk;pp. 427-435
(Daniele Generali, Sara Tedoldi, Alberto Bottini, Pietro Cavalli, Centro di Medicina Molecolare, Istituti Ospitalieri di Cremona, Cremona, Italy, and others)

DYRK1A kinase and neuronal cytoskeleton: A new look at pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease dementia from the perspective of Down syndrome;pp. 437-443
(Karol Dowjat, Department of Developmental Neurobiology, New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities, Staten Island)


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   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2009 4th Quarter
   Pages: 469 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-224-8
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