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Paracentric inversion in a female with multiple miscarriages (7inv)(q2.13;q3.13)

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A phenotypically normal woman with a history of multiple miscarriages was found to have a paracentric inversion in the long arm of chromosome, which may be the reason for the miscarriages.

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  1. Schmid M, Haaf T, Zorn M (1986) Paracentric inversions in human chromosome 7. Hum Genet 74:197–199

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Correspondence to L. Lamberti.

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Lamberti, L., Rabino Massa, E. Paracentric inversion in a female with multiple miscarriages (7inv)(q2.13;q3.13). Hum Genet 75, 391 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00284116

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Keywords

  • Internal Medicine
  • Metabolic Disease
  • Normal Woman
  • Paracentric Inversion
  • Multiple Miscarriage