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Chromosome 3p26.3 Deletion

What is Chromosome 3p26.3 Deletion?

 

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Last updated 16 Oct 2017, 09:51 PM

Posted by cleanbandit
16 Oct 2017, 09:51 PM

Hi, I have a 7-month-old baby girl with a deletion of 3p26.3p26.1 and 3p25.3.  I am stil awaiting our appointment with the geneticist to discuss these results further.  Similar to Mangomomma above, my daughter has feeding difficulties and is small in size (although consistently on her own growth curve), hypotonia (in the neck area), and developmental delay (so far mainly in gross motor skills and communication). She also has reflux and milk protein intolerance.  Her laugh is amazing.  :-) 

Posted by imkeemons
25 Jan 2015, 11:07 PM

Hi! I'm from the Netherlands and I have a boy with 3p26.3 deletion Is here anybody who can send me more information about this? Email: imke0000@gmail.com Greetzzzz Imke

Posted by Mekak2001
12 Sep 2014, 10:08 PM

My daughter is 17 months and we just confirmed 3p26.3 deletion. Just wanted to introduce myself and see how both your children are doing ?

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