Google inherited disorder and you get taught results like these:
Here again the linguistic mess is more a result of the widely elusive use of the term "disease" than of the widely elusive use of the term "inherited", see below.
Inherited Disorder Misunderstanding
Even more visible is here that we must not hijack words away from their inherent semantic meaning because that is what leads to semantic errors like inherited disorder.
And not just genome.gov, wikipedia.org, and medicinenet.com but all sources, medical or not, must stop using disorder as catch-all for elusive terms like illness, condition, sickness, ailment etc. Then they too will see the misconception of inherited disorder outright.
Like hopefully you see it now too, right?
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For more see Genetic Disorders.
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