Mild Craniosynostosis With 1p36.3 Trisomy and 1p36.3 Deletion Syndrome Caused by Familial Translocation t(Y;1)

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Abstract

We report on a 20-year-old man and a 16-year-old woman with a chromosomal imbalance derived from a balanced translocation, t(Y;1)(q12;p36.3) of the father. The man had a partial trisomy for 1p36.3-pter [46,X,der(Y)t(Y:1)(q12;p36.3)] and mild craniosynostosis of metopic and sagittal sutures as well as a borderline mental impairment, while the woman with a deletion for 1p36.3-pter [46,XX,der(1)t(Y;1)(q12;p36.3)] showed dysmorphic face with large anterior fontanel and severe developmental delay. Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) showed that his trisomy spanned the 5.3-Mb region from 1p telomere harboring the critical region for craniosynostosis. To our knowledge, the man is the first case of a pure type of simple 1p36.3 trisomy as the effect of heterochromatic Yq12-qter deletion likely does not affect phenotype.

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