What is 13p6 Deletion Syndrome?
13p6 Deletion Syndrome is a genetic condition that is caused by a missing portion of chromosome number one.
What are the characteristics of 13p6 Deletion Syndrome?
While individuals with this syndrome have facial features similar to their family members, they may also have the facial characteristics commonly seen in others with 13p6 Deletion Syndrome.
How is 1p36 Deletion Syndrome treated?
Currently, there is no specific treatment or cure for this condition. The approach to the management of children with chromosome 1p36 deletions is similar to all children who have a complicated medical condition.