Trisomy 18 mosaicism: clues to the diagnosis.

Abstract

Karyotypes of blood and skin fibroblasts at ages 3 and 8.5 years had shown non-mosaic trisomy 18 in a male now of age 19. Because of his prolonged survival and an atypical phenotype, skin fibroblast cultures from a new biopsy were established at age 18, and only normal 46,XY cells were observed, while peripheral blood lymphocytes still demonstrated 47,XY… (More)

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