A male infant with partial trisomy 6q is described. This patient shares features with 12 previously reported cases including hypertelorism, cleft soft palate, bow shaped mouth, micrognathia, short, laterally webbed neck, clubbing of hands and feet, syndactyly, and growth retardation. In addition, visceral anomalies less frequently reported are described. These observations may extend the phenotypic characterisation of the trisomy 6q syndrome.
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