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- Further phenotypic delineation of subtelomeric (terminal) 4q deletion with emphasis on intracranial and reproductive anatomy

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Figure 1 Peripheral GTG banded metaphase karyotype for 46,XX del(4)(q32) proband indicating region of deleted chromosome 4 (arrow).

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Figure 2 Fluorescent in situ hybridization study indicating deletion of distal long arm of chromosome 4. (Green = 4p, Red = 4q [unpaired signal]; chromosome 21 = control).

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Figure 3 Vesicle-like punctations (arrow) observed on serosa of R fallopian tube (RF). RO = right ovary.

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Figure 4 Fibroadipose nodule (arrow) interposed between right round ligament (RR) and right Fallopian tube (RF). U = uterus, RO = right ovary.

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Figure 5 Brain MR demonstrating asymmetric density (arrow) at the inferior margin of L globus pallidus in 46,XX del(4)(q32).

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Figure 6 Left hand radiograph showing characteristic abnormal fifth distal phalanx (arrow) in 46,XX del(4)(q32). The defect was bilateral.

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