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Ectrodactyly with Infant Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Associated With Very Rare translocation of t (5; 15) (p15; q11.2) : A case report
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  • Yesim Oymak,
  • Özge Ozer Kaya,
  • Nergial Moueminoglou,
  • Tuba Karapınar
Yesim Oymak
Dr. Behcet Uz Children's Hospital

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Özge Ozer Kaya
Izmir Tepecik Training and Research Hospital
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Nergial Moueminoglou
Behcet Uz Children's Hospital
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Tuba Karapınar
Dr Behcet Uz Child Disease and Surgery Training and Research Hospital
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Infant leukemias are rare in childhood leukemias and have poor prognostic features. Most infant leukemias are presented with MLL rearrangement at diagnosis. t (5; 15) has been reported very rarely in infant leukemias. In addition, the relationship between congenital anomalies and leukemia is controversial. Here we report a case with t (5; 15) (p15; q11.2) infant leukemia and ectrodactyly.