The associated signs and symptoms depend largely on where the breakpoint occurs on
In general, there is limited information on how
Over 100 cases have been reported on ring chromosome 22. While there is no consistent clinical picture, frequent findings of ring chromosome 22 include
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My 4-year-old son has been diagnosed with ring chromosome 22p12-q13. My son's doctors and I cannot find much information on it. I would appreciate if you could send me as much information as you might have. If there are support organizations, that would be helpful too. See answer