Monogenic or monogenetic diseases are caused by mutations on a single gene of an person's DNA sequence. On the other hand, chromosomal diseases, also known as aneuploidies or chromosomopathies, are caused by alterations in the number and structure of the chromosomes, such as in the case of Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome, translocations, inversions, etc.
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