Balanced de novo translocation T(6;7)(p25;q31) and cleft palate as an isolated finding

2004-01-01
Balci, S
Aypar, E
Aydın Son, Yeşim
Beksac, MS
Balanced de novo translocation t(6;7)(p25,q31) and cleft palate as an isolated finding: We report a prenatally diagnosed balanced de novo translocation t(6;7)(p25;q31). Physical examination of the baby born at term revealed only a posterior cleft palate. Laboratory examinations and radiologic investigations were found normal. Two years follow-up of the patient showed her mental and motor development was appropriate with her age. Our report is the first observation on balanced de novo translocation t(6;7)(p25;q31) and cleft palate. Association of this translocation and cleft palate has not been reported previously.

Citation Formats
S. Balci, E. Aypar, Y. Aydın Son, and M. Beksac, “Balanced de novo translocation T(6;7)(p25;q31) and cleft palate as an isolated finding,” GENETIC COUNSELING, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 317–320, 2004, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/69420.