Steven R. Schubert

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We describe clinically and cytogenetically a fetus with multiple congenital anomalies and partial dup(11q) born to a phenotypically normal mother with a 3:1 translocation. Fetal anomalies included complete cleft of lip and palate, small penis, myelomenigocele, and abnormal palmar creases. We think chromosome analysis should be performed when neural tube(More)
The patient's white blood cell (WBC) count was 17,000/μL (no left shift). Viral gastroenteritis was diagnosed by the ED physicians. Very mild right-sided weakness and occasional "pins and needles" sensations in the right leg were residual effects of a stroke the patient had suffered 9 years earlier. He also had hypercholesteremia, with a high low-density(More)
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