Other Cases which are compared with BOS

Recently, some difficult questions have arisen in our Facebook group regarding the ASXL1 gene and how it affects our children. Is a micro deletion of 20q 12.21 chromosome (on which the ASXL1 gene is located) also Bohring-Opitz Syndrome (BOS)? Are any other diseases linked to BOS? As we all know, medical publications can be very difficult to understand so we thought we would try to give some explanations.

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