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The fetal phenotype in 2p trisomy






Annales de Genetique 29(4): 269-271

The fetal phenotype in 2p trisomy

In the present report we describe the clinical and pathological findings in a 19 weeks gestational age male fetus with 2p2 trisomy as the unbalanced product of a 2p/5p translocation in the mother (karyotype: 46, XX,t(2;5) (p12;p15)).


Accession: 006677043

PMID: 3495231



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