Posts Tagged ‘CHD7’

Opportunities for Families

Have you or someone you know done research or exploration on health, physical activity, movement, and/or self-perceptions in CHARGE? This is a call for paper proposals for a special edition on visual impairment in the International Journal of Environment Research and Public Health. Dr. Pamela Beach and Dr. Ali Brian are accepting a wide variety of […]

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Medical Professionals

Physicians & Genetic Counselors CHARGE syndrome is an extremely complex and variable syndrome most often caused by mutations in the CHD7 gene on chromosome 8. Diagnosis relies on key clinical features as well as DNA information. The range of intellectual ability in CHARGE covers the entire spectrum, with potential routinely underestimated. The combination of complex (often […]

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