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Sex chromosomes is the X and Y chromosomes that determine a person’s gender; women normally have two X chromosomes and men normally have one X and one Y

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* antiphospholipid syndrome * attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
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* breast cancer * charcot-marie-tooth disease
* colon cancer * cri du chat syndrome
* crohn's disease * cystic fibrosis
* dercum disease * down syndrome
* duane syndrome * duchenne muscular dystrophy
* factor v leiden thrombophilia * familial hypercholesterolemia
* familial mediterranean fever * fragile x syndrome
* gaucher disease * hemochromatosis
* hemophilia * holoprosencephaly
* ​huntington's disease * inborn errors of metabolism
* klinefelter syndrome * marfan syndrome
* ​methylmalonic acidemia * myotonic dystrophy
* neurofibromatosis * noonan syndrome
* osteogenesis imperfecta * parkinson's disease
* phenylketonuria * poland anomaly
* porphyria * progeria
* prostate cancer * retinitis pigmentosa
* severe combined immunodeficiency * sickle cell disease
* skin cancer * spinal muscular atrophy
* tay-sachs disease * thalassemia
* trimethylaminuria * turner syndrome
* velocardiofacial syndrome * wilson disease

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