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Velocardiofacial syndrome (VCFS) is an autosomal dominant condition which results from a deletion on the long arm of Chromosome 22 in the“q11”region (deletion22q11). It is the most common sub-microscopic deletion syndrome and is known to occur in 1 out of 2000 live births.

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