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Di George Syndrome is classified as a genetic disorder that is present at birth. A child born with this disorder has circulatory system defects, a cleft palate, learning difficulties and other symptoms. However most people affected with DiGeorge have managed to live normally until adulthood. The cause of DiGeorge syndrome is a missing chromosome called the 22q11 deletion. Treatment is symptomatic and special learning or education is recommended for children to live close to normal lives.
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