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A family is presented in which both siblings and their father had evidence of third-fourth pharyngeal pouch syndrome (DiGeorge syndrome). All three individuals had hypocalcemia and unusual facies. Both infants had truncus arteriosus. One infant had evidence of impaired cell-mediated immunity; the father had a relatively decreased number of T-lymphocytes.(More)
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