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Appearance of adult Fragile X Syndrome patients.


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Reference: The Fragile X Association of Australia

Assessment

- Copyright information supplied does not allow reuse "personal" on a website without permission, unless you can demonstrate this, the image may have to be deleted. + Figure relevant to group project. + citation and student disclaimer included. - While a good summary of anatomical changes, I would have thought that you could have found a review or research article with similar information.


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