Patients with deletions of 9q22q34 do not define a syndrome: three case reports and a literature review.

@article{Farrell1991PatientsWD,
  title={Patients with deletions of 9q22q34 do not define a syndrome: three case reports and a literature review.},
  author={Sandra A Farrell and Jacqueline Siegel-Bartelt and Ikuko E. Teshima},
  journal={Clinical genetics},
  year={1991},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={207-14}
}
Three children with deletions involving the 9q22q34 region are described. A review of clinical features of these three new patients and seven previously reported ones did not demonstrate a recognizable dysmorphic pattern. Our cases illustrate the need for repeat karyotyping at higher levels of resolution when there is a suspicion of a chromosome anomaly, since each deletion was missed on initial analysis. 

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