A boy was referred at 8 weeks of age for failure to thrive. Cytogenetic and molecular studies showed that he had a large proximal deletion of the maternally derived chromosome 15q. He did not have Angelman syndrome, but at 2 years of age was severely globally delayed. He died at 2 1/2 years of age.
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