The word “down syndrome” comes from the Latin word for “dark skin”.
It was first described by Dutch physician Thomas de la Rochefoucauld in 1845.
In the last hundred years, the term has been used in connection with many different conditions, including Down syndrome, Down syndrome cataract, Down Syndrome Huntington’s Disease, Down’s syndrome, and Down syndrome brachycephaly.
As an example of a condition where it can be hard to define, Downs syndrome can be difficult to diagnose, and often has a high incidence of unknown causes.
It is also a difficult condition to treat.
Down syndrome is often described as a disorder with multiple comorbidities, including mental retardation, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy, and diabetes.
There are many different forms of Down syndrome.
Some children may have multiple comas or multiple types of disabilities.
In some cases, the condition may not even be a genetic disorder.
There is no standard definition of Down Syndrome, and there is no way to know what a person’s symptoms look like or how they relate to each other.
But many parents and other people who know someone with Down Syndrome can say that their child is “different” or “different from everybody else.”
Some people believe that their kid has Down syndrome because they think they are different from them.
Others say that they have Down syndrome just because they are a normal person.
What is Down Syndrome?
Down syndrome refers to a condition in which the body does not develop normally enough for a person to develop certain traits.
For example, a child with Down syndrome may have a brain that is not able to form the connections needed for movement.
Other symptoms of Down’s Syndrome include: abnormal heart rhythms