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  Appendix 2: Family Figures 1985-1987
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Ap1.1   Introduction  
 Ap1.2   Ar  
 Ap1.3   D  

Ap2.1

Family Information

Prenatal and Postnatal Data in the Total Series

Data were collected from mothers on the prenatal history of all pregnancies including number of miscarriages, abortions and stillbirths. In addition, information was also gathered on the number of live birth and deceased siblings.

Table Ap 2.1a  Family data: miscarriages, postnatal mortality, siblings alive, postnatal mortality and deceased affected sibling in the sibships in the survey of childhood onset blindness in the West Bank and Gaza Strip 1985-1987.
Table Ap2.1b  Gestation and birth rate in total sibships in the survey of childhood onset blindness in the West Bank and Gaza Strip 1985-1987.

 

Gestations

Live Births

Living Siblings

 

Nos.

Avg

Nos.

Avg

Nos.

Avg.

M:F

 

Rod cone dystrophies

472

7.4

390

6

402

3.6

1.06:1

 

Cone and CRD

268

6.9

247

6.5

236

6

0.86:1

 

Achromatopsia

137

7.6

130

6.5

121

6.7

0.7:1

 

Congenital Cataract

359

7.5

343

7

325

7

0.6:1

 

Congenital Glaucoma

223

6.7

220

6.7

195

6

1.25:1

 

Microphthalmos

140

7

25

1.25

113

6

1.6:1

 

Albinism

79

8.8

75

8

72

8

0.8:1

 

Other Syndromatic

171

7.4

140

6

144

6.3

5:1

 

CRD: Cone-rod dystrophies; Avg’: Average per sibship.

 

     
Ap2.2

Prenatal and Postnatal Mortality in the Clinical Conditions

Table Ap2.2  Prenatal and Postnatal Mortality in the genetic Conditions  in the survey of childhood onset blindness in the West Bank and Gaza Strip 1985-1987.
Ap2.3 Mortality in Patients in the Total Series

From the total number of 669, 4 patients died during the 2-years period of the study. Two of them died of metastatic retinoblastoma and 2 in their first two years of life from failure to thrive.

The figure gathered from the history on the number of affected patients not examined that died was 25 cases. This together with the four who died during the study, make up a 4.2% mortality rate in the blind population.

Table Ap2.3  A
 

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