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Tertiary partial 14 trisomy 47, XX, +14q-

Summary

Description is given of a female child with tertiary partial 14 trisomy (+14q-) due to non-disjunction of one of the translocation products in the mother, who presents an apparently balanced 14/19 translocation.

Zusammenfassung

Beschreibung eines weiblichen Kindes mit einer tertiären partiellen Trisomie 14 (+14q-) infolge einer Non-disjunction eines der zwei Translokationschromosome in der Mutter, Träger einer balancierten 14/19-Translokation.

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Fryns, J.P., Cassiman, J.J. & Van den Berghe, H. Tertiary partial 14 trisomy 47, XX, +14q-. Hum Genet 24, 71–77 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00281111

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Keywords

  • Internal Medicine
  • Metabolic Disease
  • Female Child
  • Translocation Product