Chromosomal disorders are diseases produced as a result of abnormalities in the morphology or deletion of chromosomes. Although not as prevalent as other disorders, chromosomal disorders are still encountered in daily practice and are distinctive for their characteristic clinical manifestations.
In this course, the student will be given an overview of the most relevant chromosomal disorders seen in clinical practice.
For optimal comprehension, the student should be familiar with the basic concepts of molecular and cell biology, with an emphasis on genetics.
It's well presented and relatively easy to understand. It has helped me understand various concepts
i like but the fomr like the professor express can distract a little
I use Emery’s Elements of Medical Genetics 15th edition as primary study material, which i recommend for anyone to use. I decided to take this course as a supplement and ended up confused and annoyed. Simple learning objectives of this course lectures are harder to understand due to poor explanation and as far as i can tell the professor seems stressed, disoriented and confused herself. Lectures need a rework. Despite that, the articles are pretty good and helpful, PowerPoint slides are useful to an extend.
Most of it was good and understandable but towards the end, it became quite confusing to follow along.