A child is described with multiple congenital abnormalities including microcephaly, odd facies, Fallot's tetralogy, and absent parathyroids. These were associated with partial trisomy for the distal half of the long arm of chromosome 14, the extra segment being translocated to the short arms of No 10. The main clinical problems were those related to the congenital heart disease and hypocalcaemia.
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