X Chromosome Duplication is the duplication of chromosome X between Xq27.2 and Xq28.
My daughter was diagnosed as having a 1MB region of gain detected in Xq27.3. She also tested positive for being a gray zone female. She has significant learning disabilities, and overall developmental delays.Haven't been able to find much info, and what I have found pertains to males. Does anyone know an expert or reference for getting more information about this? I'm having a difficult time getting the school system to accommodate her special needs because they cannot look it up and read about it somewhere. Incredibly frustrating! Any help would be sincerely appreciated!
Hi Mrs Sanchez, I read that your son has a duplication of the chromosome x, could you be more specific.. because my son is 3 years 2 months and I would like to know your experience. Could you share it with me? Usted puede compartir conmigo sus experiencias con su hijo en este caso?
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My son has an X chromosome duplication q21 to q22. around this area. It looks small but as you know, in our genes everything has big consequences. I am a carrier also but I am a woman I...
Spanish married to Dublin man and living in Ireland for hte past 15 years
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