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Figure 2. From: A 4-bp Deletion in the Birt-Hogg-Dub? Gene (FLCN) Causes Dominantly Inherited Spontaneous Pneumothorax.

HRCT scan of the index patient, who experienced recurrent episodes of PSP. Numerous bullae are visible, seen as clear, black areas. The two largest bullae are indicated with arrows.

Jodie N. Painter, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2005 March;76(3):522-527.
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Figure 3. From: A 4-bp Deletion in the Birt-Hogg-Dub? Gene (FLCN) Causes Dominantly Inherited Spontaneous Pneumothorax.

A 4-bp deletion in exon 4 of the FLCN gene. A, Exon 4 sequence. The deletion is underlined. B, Unaffected control sequence. C, Affected sequence, showing the wild-type and c.733delTCGG alleles.

Jodie N. Painter, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2005 March;76(3):522-527.
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Figure 1. From: A 4-bp Deletion in the Birt-Hogg-Dub? Gene (FLCN) Causes Dominantly Inherited Spontaneous Pneumothorax.

Simplified pedigree of the Finnish family with PSP. HRCT (indicated by an asterisk [*]) was performed for all living family members except individual 25. Affected members (blackened symbols) have ⩾1 bullae on their lungs, detected by HRCT or during surgery (individual 25). Arrows indicate those who had experienced a PSP episode, and numbers indicate those from whom DNA samples were obtained. The presence of bullae could not be confirmed for two individuals who died prior to the study; hence, they were classified as unaffected, even though both had experienced PSP.

Jodie N. Painter, et al. Am J Hum Genet. 2005 March;76(3):522-527.

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