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Distal 10q trisomy syndrome with unusual cardiac and pulmonary abnormalities.
  1. J Davies,
  2. A Jaffé,
  3. A Bush
  1. Department of Respiratory Paediatrics, Royal Brompton Hospital, London, UK.


    Since its description in 1965, distal 10q trisomy has become recognised as a well defined, although rare syndrome, almost always the result of an unbalanced translocation. Typical features consist of psychomotor delay, a distinctive dysmorphic appearance, growth retardation, and, in some cases, cardiac, renal, and ocular abnormalities.

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