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Ann Genet. 1995;38(1):44-8.

Renal agenesis and trisomy 22: case report and review.

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Center for Human Genetics, University Hospital, Leuven, Belgium.

Abstract

Renal agenesis has been reported in the literature in a wide variety of chromosomal abnormalities. Trisomy 22 is frequently seen in first trimester miscarriages but is extremely rare in life-borns. The authors report on a second trimester female foetus with oligohydramnios sequence secondary to bilateral renal agenesis and trisomy 22 and review the literature.

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