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4q33 Deletion

What is 4q33 Deletion?

4q33 Deletion a rare disorder caused by a partial deletion of chromosome 4.

 

4q33 Deletion a rare disorder caused by a partial deletion of chromosome 4.
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Long term Prognosis - Steve is 29 ! Created by Marfar573
Last updated 19 Jun 2015, 10:31 PM

Posted by Marfar573
19 Jun 2015, 10:31 PM

My son is 29 years old this Sept. When he was born and diagnosed, we had no information on this. His deletion is also somewhere near the 33 band (4q-). He is also autistic. If anyone would like to ask questions, I would be happy to help!

Behavior Issues Created by andrew
Last updated 14 Jul 2013, 03:28 AM

Posted by andrew
14 Jul 2013, 03:28 AM

Hi I am a new member, my son is 11 years old, 4qdel, he is having a really hard time with managing his anger, any advice or experience to share with me ? I am desperate to help him and see him to be a happy boy as he used to be. Mara

4q33 deletion Created by danni1121
Last updated 22 Dec 2012, 06:30 AM

Posted by oldprune
22 Dec 2012, 06:30 AM

Hi, my grand son has also 4q33 deletion. He is now 9. It seems condition varies - he did not have any internal problem but he has cleft pallet, over wrapping toes, pointed pinkies with double joints. 3rd grade work is getting difficult and still have hard time adjusting new situations and dealing with his emotions. I would say he is emotionally immature. Since there are few of them and the condition varies so much that we have no idea what to expect. I was hoping to find older children with the same condition but so far I have not. I think we are in a same boat - lots of questions with no answers! He sees regular docs, speech therapist and in a process for behavior diagnosis.

Posted by mcclellan6
21 Dec 2012, 01:39 AM

Hi, my name is Danielle, my daughter is 8 yrs old and has a interstitial deletion occuring denovo of 4q32.2-33. I have not found many with her similiar deletion. I also have not found a doctor who will see her and just do a general workup on her. She has urological issues that we have dealt with since she was an infant and just recently have found out she has a genital malformation and thats all we were told is that it was not normal and no other information. We live in the US, not sure if any of yall do. I was wondering really if yall had any info on anything. drs, behaviors, sickness, infections, education issues. I have lots of questions with no answers.

Posted by barton2088
28 Feb 2012, 11:03 PM

Hello, my name is Barton. I am the father of 3 boys. Our youngest Michael, was born with distal 4q 32-34. He is 15 yrs. this month and we are so proud. He has fought hard and is doing great. At the time of his birth there were only 22 reported cases. 15 of those died before 15yrs. Back then the doctors gave us little hope. He was born with Pierre-Robin syndrome (Small jaw and large tounge), a hole in his heart and unclosed ductess vein in lungs. Double hernya, deformed hands, and elongated feet. So far, he has had 2 Fundo placations, Cleft palet repair, Exploratory sergery, witch they found his appendex inflamed and in the wrong location. followed by appendectomy. One sergery on his hand, with no success. He had a traciostomy for 2yrs. and we fed him with a tube. Needless to say my wife and I were devistated. (pls excuse my spelling) Now some good news. He is doing great. He is ADHD and on medication. To look at him you would never know he had a problem. Everyone in town knows Michael. He is a little behind mentaly but otherwise he's a BOY. Hope this little bit helps you some. Makes me feel better just talking some about it.. All in all just LOVE THEM...

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Behavior problems Created by oldprune
Last updated 14 Jun 2012, 02:41 PM

Posted by oldprune
14 Jun 2012, 02:41 PM

My grandson is now 9 years old. He has learning difficulty especially in math. Parenets held him back 1 year that seems to help. From beginning, he had bad temper but it is getting more obvious that he need help in managing his anger and frustration as well as care givers to deal with him. I am wondering if any of you with same situation and would like to know what helped. Thank you!

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Long term Prognosis - Steve is 29 !

Created by Marfar573 | Last updated 19 Jun 2015, 10:31 PM

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