[Trisomy 7. Internal intersexuality (masculine uterus) and severe abnormality of the anterior chamber of the eye].

Abstract

Full trisomy 7, without evidence of mosaicism, was observed in a newborn male having survived three months. Apart from facial dysmorphism, he had unusual malformations: severe anomalies of the splenomesenteric vascular system, persistence of Müllerian ducts (uterus masculinus), major anomalies of the anterior chamber of eye. 

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