1p36 deletion syndrome

1p36 deletion syndrome, or monosomy 1p36, is a chromosomal abnormality characterised most commonly by a deletion in the distal segment of the short arm of chromosome one 1.

The 1p36 deletion syndrome is present in approximately 1 in 5000 live births. It is the most common terminal deletion syndrome 2

There is a large spectrum of variability in the clinical presentation of monosomy 1p36. Some of the neurodevelopmental and physical abnormalities that may be present in 1p36 deletion syndrome are featured below 1,3:

Findings on antenatal ultrasound such as ventriculomegaly, cardiac malformations and midface hypoplasia, sometimes associated with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), as well as various other anomalies, should prompt suspicion for 1p36 deletion syndrome 5.

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rID: 56295
Section: Syndromes
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Monosomy 1p36
  • 1p36 deletion

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