A case of ring D13 chromosome, confirmed by trypsin banding, is described. Reviewing 21 cases from published reports, the most common features of this syndrome are microcephaly and associated mental retardation, poor uterine growth, deformed auricles, hypertelorism, epicanthus, broad nasal bridge, and genital defects in males.
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