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Identification of a rare de novo three-way complex t(5;20;8)(q31;p11.2;p21) with microdeletions on 5q31.2, 5q31.3, and 8p23.2 in a patient with hearing loss and global developmental delay: case report

By Roland Haj, Kelly Jackson, Beth A Torchia, Lisa G Shaffer, Bassem A Bejjani, Gordon C Gowans and Michael E Ruff
Topics: Case Report
Publisher: BioMed Central
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