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Partial trisomy 6p and partial trisomy 22 resulting from 3:1 meiotic disjunction of maternal (6p;22q) translocation.
  1. P R Scarbrough,
  2. A J Carroll,
  3. S C Finley,
  4. K Hamerick

    Abstract

    A male infant, partially trisomic for a small segment of chromosomes 6 and 22 resulting from a maternal translocation, is described. Comparison of the phenotypic features of the proband with those noted in partial 6p and partial 22 trisomies revealed some common features found in both chromosome anomalies but especially reinforced those features thought to be characteristic of 6p trisomy syndrome.

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