A case of partial 14 trisomy, 47, XX,+der(14), t(9p+;14q−)

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A malformed female infant had chromosome abnormality 47,XX,+der(14),t(9p+;14q−)mat. She had mental and growth retardation, craniofacial dysmorphy and hydrocephalus.

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Tada, H., Shinohara, T. & Miyata, H. A case of partial 14 trisomy, 47, XX,+der(14), t(9p+;14q−). Jap J Human Genet 27, 283–288 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01901324

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Keywords

  • Balance Translocation
  • Partial Trisomy
  • Translocation Carrier
  • Craniofacial Dysmorphy
  • Liveborn Infant

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