Chromosomal Studies in Psychiatry

  • Jérôme Lejeune


Chromosomal anomalies in human beings unhappily produce not only somatic disturbances, but also severe mental damage. Data have been accumulated on many different syndromes, permitting a general discussion of the mechanism by which such effects occur.


Turner Syndrome Club Foot Cleft Palate Pyloric Stenosis Gonadal Dysgenesis 
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