Williams syndrome

NOUN
  1. a rare congenital disorder associated with deletion of genetic material in chromosome 7; characterized by mental deficiency and some growth deficiency and elfin faces but an overly social personality and a remarkable gift for vocabulary
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How To Use Williams syndrome In A Sentence

  • The seeds of racism are planted in most everyone. Everyone, that is, except people with a rare genetic condition called Williams syndrome.
  • While Williams syndrome is relatively rare, studying it might shed more light on autism – a much more prevalent developmental disorder whose symptoms include problems in social behavior.
  • The genes that the Williams Syndrome people are missing are certainly involved in tempering friendliness. Survival of the Kindest
  • He's talking - it's gotta be Williams Syndrome - and his companion is absently nodding. Green Tea
  • Atypical social engagement is framed in terms of disorders such as autism and Williams Syndrome, as well as in the effects of adverse early rearing environments such as institutions.
  • A rare condition called Williams syndrome is caused by mutations in one or more genes that are involved in calcium metabolism. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness
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