This short video clip published by UCD Medicine depicts the x-linked recessive inheritance pattern, wherein males typically develop symptoms of the disorder in question, and females are referred to as carriers. Contrary to the commonly held belief that females merely pass on x-linked disorders, however, in fact, many female carriers do develop physical symptoms--the extent and severity of which varies depending on the particular x-linked disorder, as set forth below.
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