Miller-Dieker syndrome and monosomy 17p13:a new case
Clinical Case Reports
A 12-year-old boy is described with multiple anomalies and a de novo terminal deletion of 17p13. Based on clinical examination, the Miller-Dieker syndrome was diagnosed.
KeywordsInternal Medicine Clinical Examination Metabolic Disease Terminal Deletion Multiple Anomaly
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