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|Title:||Further clinical delineation in trisomy 1q32 syndrome|
|Abstract:||A male newborn with multiple congenital abnormalities was studied. Clinically, he showed prominent forehead, facial dysmorphism, ear malformations, congenital heart defect and limb anomalies. The cytogenetic studies demonstrated a karyotype 46,XY, der(18) t(1;18)(q32;p11.3)pat with partial trisomy 1q32-qter and a monosomy 18p. The patient displayed clinical features of trisomy 1q but not of monosomy 18p. There are around 80 reports of trisomy 1q32. The purpose of this paper is to describe the first case of a translocation involving 1q and 18p chromosome breakpoints. Additional findings detected in the propositus permit us a further delineation of the trisomy 1q syndrome. © 2001 Éditions scientifiques et médicales Elsevier SAS.|
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