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The 12q14 microdeletion syndrome is characterized by microcephaly, short stature, osteopoikilosis, weight deficiency, and learning disabilities. We report on a mother and daughter with a 12q14 microdeletion. To our knowledge these are the first reported familial cases with the syndrome. We also...
Since its first description by Vici et al. (1988), further reports have continued to broaden the clinical phenotype of this rare multisystem disorder. Main features of agenesis of corpus callosum (ACC), hypopigmentation, immunodeficiency/recurrent infections, cataracts, severe failure to thrive,...
Mutations in the CLDN14 gene are known to cause autosomal recessive (AR) non‐sydromic hearing loss (NSHL) at the DFNB29 locus on chromosome 21q22.13. As part of an ongoing study to localize and identify NSHL genes, the ARNSHL segregating in four Pakistani consanguineous families were mapped to...
We describe a newborn girl with multiple congenital anomalies and abnormal phenotype comprising underdeveloped corpus callosum with ventriculomegaly, chorioretinal atrophy, pulmonary arterial hypertension, annular pancreas, horseshoe kidney, asymmetric limb and chest anomalies, spinal...
Outcome measures are important assessment tools to evaluate clinical genetics services. Research suggests that perceived personal control (PPC) is an outcome valued by clinical genetics patients and clinicians. The PPC scale was developed in Hebrew to capture three dimensions of PPC: Cognitive,...
We report on the fifth case, and oldest reported patient, of an individual affected with mosaic tetrasomy 5p resulting from an isochromosome 5p (i(5)(p10)) marker chromosome. A syndrome of mosaic tetrasomy 5p is defined, and includes the following features seen in the reported cases:...
Interstitial deletions of the distal part of chromosome 2p are rare, with only six reported cases involving regions from 2p23 to 2pter. Most of these were cytogenetic investigations. We describe a 14‐year‐old boy with an 8.97 Mb deletion of 2p23.3–24.3 detected by array comparative genomic...
Data on birth weight for gestational age (GA) are not well described for infants with trisomy 21 (T21), trisomy 18 (T18), or trisomy 13 (T13). We report on anthropometric charts of infants with these conditions using data from the Vermont Oxford Network (VON). Data from a total of 5,147 infants...
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