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Hypoplastic left heart in a patient with 45,X/46,XX/47,XXX mosaicism.

Recurrence risks for primary congenital heart lesions are well defined. An infant with hypoplastic left heart syndrome is observed to have a short neck with a full skin fold on the right side, unilateral single palmar crease, and whorls on all ten fingers. She was found to have the Ullrich-Turner syndrome with mosaicism 45,X/46,XX/47,XXX. We believe the cardiac malformation was secondary to her aneuploidy. This could have important implications for prediction of recurrence risks to the parents. Chromosomal tests may be indicated for infants were severe congenital cardiac lesions, based on subtle clinical findings.

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