R van Hoestenberghe

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We report two cases with hemifacial microsomia with body asymmetry associated with mosaic trisomies. The child with mosaic trisomy 9 had skin pigmentary changes. In the boy with mosaic trisomy 22, the extra chromosome 22 originated from a maternal meiosis I error.
A submicroscopic deletion of chromosome 22q11 was demonstrated in three triplets and in their father. Two children had the typical DiGeorge sequence with at least three of the four cardinal features: conotruncal heart disease, hypoplastic thymus and typical facial features. Hypoparathyroidism was present in one of them. The third child had features of both(More)
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