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Trisomy 20p from maternal t(3;20) translocation.
  1. N Archidiacono,
  2. D Tecilazich,
  3. G Tonini,
  4. M Rocchi,
  5. G Filippi

    Abstract

    A case of trisomy 20p resulting from a maternal translocation t(3;20) is described. QM and BUdR banding techniques were used for its identification. A round face with oblique palpebral fissures, strabismus, cardiac and vertebral abnormalities, mild psychomotor retardation, together with poor coordination and speech impediment, are the most typical features of the proband.

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