The 8p-syndrome.


A partial de novo deletion of 8p in a 10 1/2 month-old boy is described, the karyotype being 46,XY,del(8) (p21.3-qter:). Reduced birth weight, growth and psychomotor retardation, craniofacial dysmorphism with microcephaly and low set, deformed ears, stubby nose, wide set nipples, congenital heart defect and undescended testes were the main clinical findings… (More)