Trisomy 9 Mosaicism Syndrome in a Female Child
AbstractTrisomy 9 Mosaic syndrome is one of many rare syndromes. Less than 100 cases is known to date. Our case is the only one we’re aware of in the Panhandle region. We present this case to bring awareness of this rare syndrome to providers in how to facilitate management.
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