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Diploid Triploid Mosaicism

What is Diploid Triploid Mosaicism?

Diploid Triploid Mosaicism is a rare chromosomal disorder in which additional chromosomes are found in a portion of cells.

 

Diploid Triploid Mosaicism is a rare chromosomal disorder in which additional chromosomes are found in a portion of cells.
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Last updated 3 Apr 2010, 08:51 PM

Posted by DiploidTriploidWarrior
3 Apr 2010, 08:51 PM

My name is Annie. I have a 15 month old daughter that was diagnosed with Diploid Triploid Mosacism when she was only two weeks old. Kileigh has had numerous medical problems, ASD, VSD, and many respiratory just to name a few. She is about five months behind in her development. She only weighs about 15lbs. She is also very short, at only 26 in. long. She just started sitting up alone and rolling over at the beginning of the year. She says mama dada, and ni ni. I think that she has overcome many obstacles and is doing very well. I am glad to see that there are other people out there with the same disorder. Please feel free to share your story or ask questions. That is why we are all here, right?

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