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Down's Syndrome


Down's Syndrome

Doreen Crawford et al. Nurs Child Young People.


Down's syndrome is one of the most common congenital anomalies, affecting 1:1000 infants in the UK. It occurs in people of all races, and males and females are equally affected. It was named after a British doctor who is credited as the first person to describe the condition.

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