Chromosome 9q Deletion Syndrome

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Chromosome 9q Deletion Syndrome

Submicroscopic subtelomeric deletions of chromosome 9q are associated with a recognizable mental retardation syndrome ({1:Harada et al., 2004}; {2:Iwakoshi et al., 2004}; {7:Stewart et al., 2004}; {6:Neas et al., 2005}). Common features in patients with 9q subtelomeric deletion syndrome are severe mental retardation, hypotonia, brachy(micro)cephaly, epileptic seizures, flat face with hypertelorism, synophrys, anteverted nares, everted lower lip, carp mouth with macroglossia, and heart defects.
 

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Chromosome 9 Disorder Advocates

Changing the world one chromosome and one hope at a time. We are your voice and your direction if ever you feel speechless or lost.

Last Updated: 8 Jan 2014

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Chromosome 9 Disorder Advocates

Changing the world one chromosome and one hope at a time. We are your voice and your direction if ever you feel speechless or lost.

http://chromosome9.org

Last Updated: 8 Jan 2014

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General Resources

46,XY,del(9)(q31.2q33.1)

Single case chromosome disorder in 9

Updated 27 Nov 2013

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