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Pseudohermaphroditism with clinical features of trisomy 19 in an infant trisomic for parts of chromosomes 16 and 18: 47,XY,der(18),t(16;18)(p12;q11)mat.
  1. L M Stern,
  2. A R Mureh

    Abstract

    The case is presented of an infant who was diagnosed clinically as trisomy 18 with pseudohermaphroditism. Cytogenetic studies revealed an extra chromosome which represented a translocation chromosome derived from a balanced, reciprocal translocation between chromosomes 16 and 18: [der(18),t(16;18)(p12;q11)mat]. The infant's mother and a number of her relatives were found to be translocation carriers: ]46,XX,t(16;18)(p12;q11)].

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