Angelman syndrome


I. noun [ mass noun]

1. a rare congenital disorder characterized by mental disability and a tendency to jerky movement, caused by the absence of certain genes normally present on the copy of chromosome 15 inherited from the mother.
– origin 1970s: named after Harold Angelman (1915–96), the British doctor who described the condition.

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