Hemophilia

  • Hemophilia is a rare disorder in which your blood doesn't clot properly.
  • The average age of diagnosis is 36 months.
  • A blood test or a physical test it used to detect hemophilia.
  • Hemophilia is located on the X chromosome.
  • Hemophilia is a sex-linked trait.
  • A few symptoms of hemophilia are nosebleeds, bruising; usually lumpy, or bleeding for no reason.

Color Blindness

  • Color blindness is a color vision deficiency.
  • The average age of diagnosis is 5.
  • The test used to detect color blindness is a scanning test, usually Ishihra Color Vision Test.
  • Color blindness is located on the X chromosome.
  • Color blindness is a sex-linked trait.
  • Symptoms of the disease are
  • Difficulty distinguishing between colors
  • Inability to see shades or tones of the same color
  • Rapid eye movement (in rare cases)

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