familial

(fә-mil´e-әl) occurring in or affecting more members of a family than would be expected by chance. The term is often incorrectly equated with genetic.
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familial

[adj] - relating to or having the characteristics of a family 2. [adj] - tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity
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familial

genetic adjective tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity; `an inherited disease`; `familial traits`; `genetically transmitted features`
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Familial

a condition where there is a strong family history, but there is not an identified genetic cause.
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Familial

A familial condition runs in the family. This is different to an inherited condition, which is one that is definitely passed on by a particular gene. A familial condition shows up more often in a particular family, but not everyone gets it and there is no known single inherited gene.
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Familial

a term describing a disorder or characteristic (such as male pattern baldness) that occurs within a family more often than would be expected
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Familial

Familial is when a non-inherited disease or condition tends to affect more members of the same family, than other families in the general population.
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Familial

Familial: A condition that is tends to occur more often in family members than expected by chance alone. A familial disease may be genetic (such as cystic fibrosis) or environmental (such as tuberculosis).
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familial

Occurring in families. An inherited disorder or trait. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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familial

relating to a social unit living together
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FAMILIAL

Running in a family line; occurring in a family line with greater frequency than by chance alone.
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familial

Type: Term Pronunciation: fa-mil′ē-ăl Definitions: 1. Affecting more members of the same family than can be accounted for by chance, usually within a single sibship; commonly but incorrectly used to mean genetic.
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