Trisomy C and cystic dysplasia of kidneys, liver and pancreas.

  • John D. Blair
  • Published 1976 in Birth defects original article series


Trisomy C is documented in a 17-hour-old full-term male infant with bilateral diffuse renal dysplasia, Potter facies, pulmonary hypoplasia and other congenital anomalies. In addition to renal dysplasia, intrahepatic bile duct and pancreatic dysplasia are demonstrated microscopically. The extra C-group autosome is morphologically consistent with a No. 11 and… (More)