Adult with cri du chat
Cri du chat syndrome is a chromosome problem caused by a missing piece of chromosome 5.
The missing piece of the chromosome is the short (called 'p') arm of chromosome 5.Other features may include learning difficulties and slow growth and development. However, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, and surgical treatment for some abnormal features may be needed.Many affected children will survive well into adulthood.This is so that, when an egg and a sperm meet during conception, the child that is produced also has 46 chromosomes in each cell.New body cells are produced for growth and repair by cells dividing, producing two 'daughter' cells.
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Possible problems include too many chromosomes, too few chromosomes or damage to one or more chromosomes.