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Trisomy 22 and intersex.
  1. R M Nicholl,
  2. L Grimsley,
  3. L Butler,
  4. R W Palmer,
  5. H C Rees,
  6. M O Savage,
  7. K Costeloe
  1. Neonatal Unit, St. Bartholomew's Hospital at Homerton, Hackney, London.

    Abstract

    Complete trisomy 22, with or without mosaicism, has been reported as a distinct syndrome. In this report an infant is described who was externally male but with female rudimentary internal organs and whose karyotype was 47,XX+22.

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