Chromosome 1q21.1 Duplication Community

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Chromosome 1q21.1 Duplication is a rare genetic abnormality that involves microduplication in the q21.1 area of chromosome 1. It has varying clinical presentations with children having anything from mild to severe developmental delays. It has also been associated with congenital heart defects, and macrocephaly (abnormally large head).

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Chromosome 1q21.1 Duplication Syndrome

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Simons VIP Research opportunity mwpotter 21 days ago
Speech Therapy Supersunrise 9 months ago
Chicken Pox Supersunrise over 2 years ago
New here jenvperham over 2 years ago
Child with 1q21.1 duplication CNbrownlee over 2 years ago

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