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18p--syndrome resulting from translocation (13a;18q) in a mildly affected adult male.
  1. S J Moedjono,
  2. S J Funderburk,
  3. R S Sparkes

    Abstract

    The patient was a 27-year-old male with short stature, borderline mental deficiency, strabismus, and a short fourth metacarpal. His karyotype showed deletion of the short arm of a chromosome 18 as the result of de novo fusion centric translocation between chromosomes 13 and 18 (45,XY, --13, --18, +t(13;18) (13qter yields cen yields 18qter).

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