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Chromosome 9p syndrome is a rare chromosomal abnormality caused by a partial deletion in chromosome 9. It was first described in 1973 by Alfi et al., and has since been shown to have diverse clinical phenotypes. Here, we reported a case of a male infant with joint contracture of the extremities, dysmorphic face, inguinal hernia, and testicular cystic masses. Chromosomal analysis revealed a terminal deletion at the short arm of chromosome 9. The major clinical features of the 9p deletiondoi:10.5385/nm.2017.24.2.88 fatcat:6yulus7jbjbl3hypsemda5hqli