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A balanced whole arm reciprocal translocation resulting in three different adverse pregnancy outcomes.
  1. P J Cooper,
  2. C Towe,
  3. J A Crolla
  1. Wessex Regional Genetics Laboratory, Salisbury District Hospital, Odstock, UK.

    Abstract

    A family with a whole arm translocation t(13;18)(13p18p;13q18q) was ascertained through a stillbirth with clinical features suggestive of trisomy 18. Two subsequent pregnancies both spontaneously aborted; one was found to have a 69,XXX,t(13;18)mat chromosome constitution while the other had a 45,XY,-13,-18, + der(18)t(13;18)mat chromosome constitution.

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