In Autosomal Dominant inheritance, only one gene from the parent needs to be functioning improperly for an individual to be affected. When an affected person has children, there is a 50% chance with each pregnancy that the parent will pass on the changed gene to his/her children. Therefore there is a 50–50 chance that the child will be affected, regardless of the sex of the child. A person who does not carry the changed gene is not affected and cannot pass the gene on to his/her children. EDS types that are inherited in the autosomal dominant fashion include the Classical Type , Hypermobility Type, Vascular (VEDS) Type and Arthrochalasia Type. Most cases of EDS seem to follow the autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance.
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