• We report a patient with a chromosomal syndrome involving trisomy for the distal three-fifths of the short arm of chromosome 3. The major clinical features include bilateral temporal indentation, prominent cheeks, a long and prominent philtrum, protruding middle portion of the upper lip, penile hypoplasia, and an increased number of whorls on digits.
(Am J Dis Child 132:30-33, 1978)
Yunis JJ. Trisomy for the Distal End of the Short Arm of Chromosome 3: A Syndrome. Am J Dis Child. 1978;132(1):30–33. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1978.02120260032004
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