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CLINICAL-GENEALOGICAL ANALYSIS AS A METHOD OF STUDYING A HUMAN INHERITANCE

Since time immemorial, mankind has been using empirical observations of genealogies in which transmission of pathological signs or diseases was noted. So, already in the Talmud it is said that if the relatives of a newborn boy in the family had cases of bleeding, then such a child was exempted from the initiation rite obligatory for all other children (circumcision of the foreskin).

The use of family analysis of human pathology in the XVIII-XIX centuries. can be considered as prerequisites for the formation of the genealogical method. Its further improvement went both along the line of compilation of pedigrees, and along the line of the search for methods of statistical data analysis.

The genealogical method is a method of studying pedigrees, with the help of which the distribution of the disease (trait) in the family or in the family is traced, indicating the type of kinship between members of the genealogy.
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CLINICAL-GENEALOGICAL ANALYSIS AS A METHOD OF STUDYING A HUMAN INHERITANCE

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