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7q partial monosomy syndrome

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Description of 7q partial monosomy syndrome

7q partial monosomy syndrome: Deletion of the long arm of chromosome 7 with delayed mental and physical development and multiple anomalies involving the craniofacial structures, eyes, extremities (mainly split hand/split foot abnormality), and other parts.
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