A Review of Genetic Diagnosis and Screening of Hereditary Deafness

Authors

  • Mengtian Huang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/ajst.v2i3.1534

Keywords:

Hereditary deafness, Non-syndromic deafness, Genetic diagnosis, Genetic screening.

Abstract

The incidence of congenital hearing impairment in China is inching ever upwards. Deafness has always been a disabling disease that seriously affects the quality of human life. Molecular diagnostic technology is the main method to detect hereditary deafness. At present, there is no effective treatment for hereditary deafness, so the screening, early intervention and genetic diagnosis of hereditary deafness are particularly important. There are already genetic screening and genetic diagnosis methods for hereditary deafness. Through the analysis of the effectiveness of genetic screening and diagnosis of hereditary deafness, we can find an effective method to prevent hereditary deafness. The purpose of this review article is to explore effective methods to prevent hereditary deafness by analyzing the effectiveness of genetic screening and genetic diagnosis.

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Published

8 September 2022

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Huang, M. (2022). A Review of Genetic Diagnosis and Screening of Hereditary Deafness. Academic Journal of Science and Technology, 2(3), 100–103. https://doi.org/10.54097/ajst.v2i3.1534

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