[Chromosome anomalies found in a cytogenetic study of 750 healthy newborn infants].

@article{Gins1987ChromosomeAF,
  title={[Chromosome anomalies found in a cytogenetic study of 750 healthy newborn infants].},
  author={C L{\'o}pez Gin{\'e}s and R Gil Benso and M A Gregori Romero and F G{\'a}lan S{\'a}nchez and Mar{\'i}a Rosa Andr{\'e}s and M L Castell{\'o} Pomares and A Pell{\'i}n P{\'e}rez and J Colomer Sala and Antonio Llombart Bosch},
  journal={Anales espanoles de pediatria},
  year={1987},
  volume={27 6},
  pages={417-20}
}
Cytogenetic studies on newborn infants show a high incidence in chromosomal abnormalities (0.5-1% of the population). Chromosomal study is carried out on 750 children from the University Hospital of Valencia over a two-year period, chosen at random and without any clinical pathology. Five gonosomopathies and three autosomopathies were found. In the former… CONTINUE READING