Multiple congenital anomalies associated with a ring-D chromosome.

@article{Juberg1969MultipleCA,
  title={Multiple congenital anomalies associated with a ring-D chromosome.},
  author={Richard C. Juberg and Morton S Adams and W J Venema and Michael Hart},
  journal={Journal of medical genetics},
  year={1969},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={314-21}
}
Ring chromosomes have now been observed in all except one group of the human karyotype, though, as yet, a syndrome has not been recognized which is characterized by the presence of a ring. Ring chromosomes have been observed in group A (Gordon and Cooke, 1964), in group B (Rohde and Tompkins, 1965), in group C (Lindsten and Tillinger, 1962; Turner et al… CONTINUE READING