A dysmorphic newborn with 45,X,der(1)inv(1)(p13;qter)t(Y;1)(pter-->q11;p13),-Y de novo karyotype.

@article{Tatar2005ADN,
  title={A dysmorphic newborn with 45,X,der(1)inv(1)(p13;qter)t(Y;1)(pter-->q11;p13),-Y de novo karyotype.},
  author={Abdulgani Tatar and Sophie Oztas and Tahsin Yakut and Rahmi Ors},
  journal={Genetic counseling},
  year={2005},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={173-7}
}
A dysmorphic newborn with 45,x,der(1)inv(1)(p13;qter)t(y;1)(pter-->q11;p13),-Y de novo karyotype: Y/autosome translocations are very rare chromosomal rearrangements. In most cases, the long arm of the Y chromosome is translocated onto an autosome and most patients are referred because of male infertility. Y/1 translocations are very rare, and have been reported in seven patients so far. Pericentric inversions may be seen in all chromosomes and are not associated with phenotypic abnormalities… CONTINUE READING