Three children with Prader-Willi syndrome and chromosome abnormalities affecting chromosome 15 are described and the literature is reviewed. The usefulness of chromosome analysis in the investigation of the floppy infant is illustrated by two of the cases described. Twenty-three other children with similar clinical features had normal chromosomes.
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