Pieter Martens

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A 16-year-old boy was admitted for anuria, ascites, and abdominal pain. The patient had undergone a laparoscopic appendectomy two days prior to admission. Initial laboratory analysis revealed a plasma creatinine level of 5,07 mg/dL and blood urea nitrogen level of 75 mg/dL. Computed tomography imaging revealed diffuse abdominal ascites with normal kidneys(More)
A newborn infant with phenotypic features of trisomy for distal 13q was found to have recombinant inversion duplication involving the (13)(q22-->qter) region. Parental karyotypes showed that the mother had a normal 46,XX complement and the father had an apparently balanced pericentric inversion of a chromosome 13. Because of the unusual nature of the(More)
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