21-Monosomy in a liveborn male infant
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A male infant with full 21-monosomy was identified by chromosome investigation. Clinical resemblance to the three former cases was obvious. Radiologic investigation showed unusual skeletal findings.
Key words21-Monosomy Chromosome abnormality Malformations
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