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Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) is an autosomal recessive disease characterized by recurring attacks of fever and serositis. Six sequence alterations (M694V, V726A, K695R, M680I, M694I, and E148Q), in the MEFV gene, account for the majority of FMF chromosomes. Differences in the clinical...
We evaluated the prenatal diagnosis utilization patterns of advanced maternal age (AMA) patients who underwent serum screening to assess how screening results correlated with their decisions regarding amniocentesis. A 6‐year review (1994–1999) of laboratory records identified 2,456 AMA...
Schinzel‐Giedion syndrome is a rare multiple congenital malformation syndrome defined by an evocative midfacial retraction, kidney and urinary malformations and multiple skeletal abnormalities associated to a recently described neurodegenerative process. Two children with SGS are reported with...
A rec(4) dup 4p inherited from a maternal inv(4)(p15q35) was detected in a four‐year‐old girl with malformations, developmental delay, and behavioral problems that resemble those for trisomy 4p. A review of eight other liveborns with rec(4) dup 4p shows that about 40% of them also have...
Saethre‐Chotzen syndrome is an autosomal dominant disease characterized by craniosynostosis, ptosis, and limb and external ear abnormalities. Variable expressivity is a well‐known phenomenon in this disorder. A large Indian family has been recently identified as carrying a nonsense TWIST...
In the review of the literature, 71 different autosomal recessive diseases have been delineated that are relatively frequent among Palestinian Arabs. Among those, in 40 the mutation(s) responsible for the diseases are known. Fourteen of these disorders were caused by a single mutation, while the...
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