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A nurse comments that the only aneuploid conditions he has seen in his practice are Patau syndrome, Edwards syndrome, and Down syndrome. What rationale would the genetics specialist suggest?

▸ The diagnosis of aneuploidy is made early in the pregnancy, so women whose fetuses demonstrate other conditions are referred to high-risk providers.

▸ These are all monosomic conditions, which have a higher survival rate to delivery.

▸ The chromosomes affected are small.

▸ Spontaneous abortions are rare among fetuses with these conditions.
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