Open Access Research Article Article ID: GJRD-7-134

    Communicative and pragmatic skills: down syndrome vs williams syndrome

    Esther Moraleda-Sepúlveda*, Patricia López-Resa, Noelia Pulido-García, Paula López-Peces, Noelia Santos-Muriel and Gabriela Gutierrez-Arce

    Down Syndrome (DS, hereinafter) is a chromosomal alteration produced by changes in the DNA sequence of chromosome 21, in addition to being the main cause of intellectual disability in the world [1]. According to the World Health Organization [2], DS has a worldwide prevalence of 1 in every 1,000 live births, but these figures vary due to different factors such as prenatal diagnosis. Others say that DS occurs in about 1 in 700 births [3].


    Published on: Oct 18, 2022 Pages: 11-16

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2640-7876.000034
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