A very rare chromosomal disorder where the end part of the long arm (q) of chromosome 15 occurs three times in each cell instead of two. Symptoms and severity depend on the size of the chromosomal portion that is duplicated.
* Prenatal growth retardation * Postnatal growth retardation * Mental retardation * Head malformations * Facial malformations * Short neck * Finger malformations * Toe malformations * Scoliosis * Skeletal malformations * Genital abnormalities
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