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In genetics, monogenic genetic disorders are hereditary diseases that result from abnormalities in one (mono) gene. Inheritance can be either autosomal dominant, X-linked or recessive, but is generally more predictable than polygenic disorders, which in turn can vary in severity through combinations of several genes.

Examples of monogenic disorders are:

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