Chinese Down Syndrome (CD) is a severe mental disorder characterized by a persistent, severe and sometimes permanent impairment of one’s ability to perceive the world.
People with CD have severe problems with language, communication, social interaction, and relationships.
The disorder affects the development of speech, social skills, and mental abilities.
It affects 1 in 8,500 people in the world, and the prevalence rate is between 2% and 4% according to the World Health Organization.
Chinese Down Syndrome Characteristics In China, the prevalence of CD has increased from 0.2% in 2007 to 2.3% in 2010.
China has one of the highest rates of CD worldwide at 1 in 15,000 people, with many more Chinese living with the disease.
The disease is diagnosed at a young age, often in infancy, and is usually not diagnosed until adulthood.
Its effects on individuals range from mental problems and cognitive disabilities to learning difficulties and depression.
For those with CD, social isolation can result in an inability to express themselves, a lack of confidence in others, a sense of shame, and feelings of isolation.
Despite the symptoms, it is not uncommon for people to have positive attitudes toward others, and even to enjoy their social life.
Although the condition has many similarities to autism, there is no known cure for CD.
What to Expect from a Chinese Down syndrome Diagnosis In order to be diagnosed with CD and treated effectively, a person needs to be able to: speak Chinese The severity of the symptoms of CD vary from person to person, and often depend on the person’s age, gender, and ethnicity.
People with CD typically experience speech and communication difficulties, and have a tendency to be shy, avoid social situations, and struggle to be recognized by others.
They also struggle to understand others, as they are not able to communicate.
If they are diagnosed with a serious disability, they will be expected to work and socialize.
An examination of the individual is usually conducted to determine the cause of the condition, which may include an MRI or other tests, as well as other diagnostic tests.
There are also tests that can help identify the type of genetic disorder that is causing the condition.
Some people with CD also have an inherited genetic disorder called Down syndrome.
This condition affects about 1 in 200 people worldwide, and in the United States, it affects about 2.5% of the population.
Many Chinese people with Down syndrome have a genetic condition called Spina bifida, which occurs when the spinal cord is too narrow to allow normal movement of the bones.
This causes the spina biorrhosis, which results in the loss of nerve and nerve endings that allow the brain to communicate effectively.
Symptoms of Down syndrome are often seen in infants, children, and adults.
If someone has Down syndrome, the first sign of symptoms will be weakness in the hands and feet, and difficulty with walking.
After they have a diagnosis, the person will need to work hard to learn to communicate and use social skills.
In some cases, they may need to take medications for mental health issues, such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.
More information about the condition can be found at the following links: http://www.cdc.gov/diseases/mental-health/dysphoria/index.html http: www.chineselanguage.com/resources/courier/dises…
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