Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1998;41(2):255-258.
Published online February 15, 1998.
A Case of Trisomy 9 Syndrome
yu Sik Jeon, Heung Tak Kim, Soon Hee Jeong, Kyuchul Choeh
Department of Pediatrics, Eulji Medical College, Taejon, Korea
Trisomy 9 syndrome 1예
전유식, 김흥택, 정순이, 최규철
을지의과대학 소아과학교실
yu Sik Jeon, Tel: +82.42-256-1641, Fax: +82.42-259-1253, 
Since Feingold and his collegues first describes the trisomy 9 syndrome in 1973, approximately 30 patients with trisomy of the chromsome 9 have been described. Trisomy 9 has been reported as either partial or complete. Complete trisomy is rare and incompatible with a a long life. Before this report, this syndrome has not been reported in Korea. A neonate was diagniosed trisomy 9 syndrome by clinical feature and chromosomalstudy. He had multiple anomalise such as broad-based nose, partially cleft lip, ambiguos genitalia, hypercovex nails, overriding of fingers, and ventricular septal defect. The patient died at home on the 113th day of life.
Key Words: Trisomy 9, Multiple congenital anomalies

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