Partial deletion of the long arm of chromosome 4 at q31 results in a clinical syndrome of mental retardation, characteristic ears, facial bone hypoplasia, cleft palate very prone to scarring on repair, and specific hand abnormalities. A female, aged 9 years, is described and compared with six other reported cases.
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