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69,XXX syndrome

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69,XXX syndrome: A frequently lethal ploidy syndrome in which three haploid sets of chromosomes (69,XXX or 69,XXY)) are present. The liveborn infants (some of whom die in infancy) are severely retarded and exhibit craniofacial abnormalities, facial clefts, eye defects, syndactyly, genital maldevelopment in males, and other anomalies.
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