Hereditary deafness or hearing loss can be conductive

Posted by Coherent Market insights on May 23rd, 2022

For the examination of the genetic codes of patients with non-syndromic hereditary hearing loss, certain labs offer custom-designed panels. These panels are used to find copy number variants in genes that contribute to hereditary hearing loss symptoms. Multigene panels are required for hereditary hearing loss diagnosis since these variations might influence a wide variety of genes. This is because they can detect tiny copy number alterations that conventional genetic testing may miss.

Hereditary deafness loss genetics is incredibly complicated. Researchers used molecular biology to identify multiple genes that cause the disease. Deafness is classed as a recessive genetic condition, which means that those who have two copies of the defective gene are deaf. Although they are carriers of the defective copy, normal gene carriers will not go deaf.

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