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A boy with a de novo translocation t(5;8)(q11;p23) and an isochromosome 5p is described. The main clinical features found in the complete trisomies 5p are reviewed and the mechanisms of the chromosomal rearrangements involving centromeric and telomeric regions are discussed.
The study was performed in six mohallahs (colonies) of Aligarh City (North India). All six mohallahs are predominantly inhabited by Qureshi (meat sellers, a highly endogamous group) Muslims. A total of 1721 infants and children up to the age of 6 years were examined to determine the incidence of...
In this report we describe a 26-year-old female with the typical clinical symptoms and signs of Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome, an autosomal dominant disorder with variable expression, and a de novo t(9;21)(p11;p11), and suggest that the “Melkersson-Rosenthal gene” is located at 9p11.
Four examples of discordance between karyotypes prepared from direct and PHA-stimulated neonatal blood samples are presented. The specimens were initially studied by direct methods to establish a neonatal karyotype rapidly. The patients are described and the significance of the findings is...
We present a female infant exhibiting congenital cutis laxa with retardation of growth and motor development, ligamentous laxity and congenital dislocation of the hips. This connective tissue disorder was associated with Dandy-Walker malformation, atrial and ventricular defect and minor bone...
In the Portuguese population the most frequent form of Gaucher disease is type 1. The N370S glucocerebrosidase gene mutation accounts for 63% of mutated alleles. The frequency of this mutation was accurately determined in the Portuguese population, which does not present an Ashkenazi Jewish...
This report concerns two patients with clinical features typical for tetrasomy 18p syndrome. Chromosomal analysis revealed a male karotype in both cases, with an additional small metacentric marker chromosome, putatively an i(18p). Fluorescent in situ hybridization with a chromosome 18-specific...
The rare apolipoprotein C-II (apoC-II) mutation, apoC-IILys19→Thr, also known as apoC-II-v, has been found previously in association with hyperlipoproteinemia. From a lipid clinic screening we identified three unrelated individuals who had the apoC-IILys19→Thr mutation. Among eight family...
A family with hereditary nephritis, sensorineural hearing loss, macrocephaly, and mental retardation is reported. X-linked recessive inheritance was suggested by the presence of two affected brothers and a maternal uncle. This association may be a previously unreported variant of Alport's syndrome.
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