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Microdeletion syndromes are due to submicroscopic chromosomal deletions and display a complex clinical and behavioral phenotype. This occurs because of an imbalance of normal dosage of genes that are present in that segment of chromosome. Many clinical characteristics of the well-known microdeletion syndromes are very specific and have been well defined. It is not always possible to detect these microdeletions by using the conventional or high resolution karyotyping. This necessitates thedoi:10.9790/0853-1334103110 fatcat:57rer3aduvcbhala3savwxkcoa