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Reciprocal translocation 14q;21q in a patient with the Brachmann-de Lange syndrome.
  1. W G Wilson,
  2. J M Kennaugh,
  3. J P Kugler,
  4. H E Wyandt

    Abstract

    A patient with the Brachmann-de Lange syndrome was found to have an apparently balanced de novo translocation 14q; 21q. The relationship between this uncommon translocation and the patient's phenotype is unclear. Although most patients with the Brachmann-de Lange syndrome have normal chromosomes, the possibility of aetiological heterogeneity, including some rare chromosomal abnormalities, cannot be dismissed.

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