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Lifetime risk Lifetime risk is the average risk of developing a particular disorder at some point during a lifetime. ” It is important to remember that the risk per year or per decade is much lower than the lifetime risk. In addition, other factors may increase or decrease a person’s risk as compared with the average. Approximately 1 percent of people in the United States develop disorder D during their lifetimes. The lifetime risk of developing disorder D is 1 in 100. Naming Genetic Conditions Genetic conditions are not named in one standard way (unlike genes, which are given an official name and symbol by a formal committee).

Respect each person’s individual beliefs, traditions, and feelings. A genetics professional will NOT: • Tell a person which decision to make. • Advise a couple not to have children. 44 3-Methylcrotonyl-Coenzyme a Carboxylase Deficiency • Recommend that a woman continue or end a pregnancy. • Tell someone whether to undergo testing for a genetic disorder. How Can I Find a Genetics Professional in My Area? To find a genetics professional in your community, you may wish to ask your doctor for a referral.

Genetics Home Reference uses the nonpossessive form of eponyms. Genetics Home Reference consults with experts in the field of medical genetics to provide the current, most accurate name for each disorder. Alternate names are included as synonyms. Naming genes The HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) designates an official name and symbol (an abbreviation of the name) for each known human gene. Some official gene names include additional information in parentheses, such as related genetic conditions, subtypes of a condition, or inheritance pattern.

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