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Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) is an autosomal recessive disease prevalent among non‐Ashkenazi Jews, Armenians, Arabs, and Turks. The Bedouin are nomad Arab tribes residing in desert margins of the Middle East and Arabia. FMF is quite rare in Bedouins, and here we report on two Bedouin...
Fragile X syndrome is the leading form of hereditary mental retardation, but the condition is still underdiagnosed in young children. Because of concern that the fragile X phenotype is subtle in young boys and therefore contributes to underdiagnosis of the disorder, we evaluated 73 boys (36 with...
In the practice of clinical genetics chromosomal aneuploidy in both mosaic and nonmosaic forms has long been recognized as a cause of abnormal prenatal and postnatal development. Traditionally, cytogenetic analysis of cultured lymphocytes has been used as a standard test for detection of...
We report on a 3.5‐year‐old girl with microcephaly, microphthalmia, coloboma of the iris, mild developmental delay, and other minor anomalies. Neuroimaging showed marked cerebellar and vermian hypoplasia. This condition has not been described previously and is discussed in the context of the...
Human pedigree studies. Proceedings of a conference organized by the Galton Institute, London, 1998. Peel RA, editor.
Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) is an autosomal recessively inherited disease affecting patients of the Mediterranean basin. FMF is characterized by recurrent episodes of fever accompanied with topical signs of inflammation. Some patients can develop a renal amyloidosis associated (AA)...
We describe a girl with a severe progressive type of osteogenesis imperfecta, in association with multisutural craniosynostosis, growth failure, and craniofacial findings including ocular proptosis, marked frontal bossing, midface hypoplasia, and micrognathia. Collagen analysis was normal. These...
We report on a 9‐year‐old boy with a rare rearranged Y chromosome and borderline short stature (−2.0 SD). Standard metaphase chromosome analysis indicated a 46,X,i(Y)(q10) karyotype, but high resolution G‐banding showed an asymmetric band pattern for the rearranged Y chromosome. FISH and...
Holt‐Oram syndrome (HOS) is an autosomal dominant syndrome that comprises upper limb and cardiac defects. The gene responsible for HOS, TBX5, was isolated and many mutations have been identified in HOS patients. We analyzed 11 Chinese HOS patients (7 from three families and 4 sporadic cases)...
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