Deletion 3q27→3qter in an infant with mild dysmorphism, parietal meningocele, and neonatal miliaria rubra-like lesions

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Deletion 3q27→3qter in an infant is described. A chromosomal abnormality was suspected because of minor facial dysmorphism and closed parietal meningocele. On the first day of life, a large exudative inflammation appeared on the skin of her back, which completely resolved after 1 week. Biopsy showed dilated sweat gland openings resembling miliaria rubra… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00285180

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