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A small percentage of infants with cri-du-chat syndrome are born with serious organ defects (especially heart or kidney defects) or other life-threatening complications that can result in death.

Most fatal complications occur before the child’s first birthday.

The syndrome is more noticeable as the child ages, but becomes difficult to diagnose past age 2.

Cri-du-chat also carries many disabilities and abnormalities.

Most cases are thought arise from spontaneous (de novo) genetic errors very early in embryonic development.

Cri du chat (cry of the cat) is also called chromosome deletion 5p syndrome because it's a deletion syndrome and about 90% of the time, the deletion is random, not hereditary.

Children with cri-du-chat who reach age 1 generally will have a normal life expectancy.

But the child will most likely have lifelong physical or developmental complications.

Also called cat’s cry or 5P- (5P minus) syndrome, it’s a deletion on the short arm of chromosome 5.

It’s a rare condition, occurring in only about 1 in 20,000 to 1 in 50,000 newborns, according to the Genetics Home Reference.

Autosomal disorders are the result of a mutation in a single gene or DNA sequence in an automosome. It's a deletion not a gene mutation, not an allele.

We have a lot of genes located on this chromosome, a karyotype shows you that #5 is a good sized chromosome (in a karyotype the chromosome are arranged in order of size, 1-23, from largest to smallest).

Most cases are thought arise from spontaneous (de novo) genetic errors very early in embryonic development. Box 724 Boca Raton, FL 33429-0724 USA Tel: (561)395-4252 Fax: (561)395-4252 Email: [email protected]: PO Box 268 Lakewood, CA 90714 USA Tel: (562)804-4506 Fax: (562)920-5240 Tel: (888)970-0777 Email: [email protected]: of Human Genetics/Cri du Chat Medical College of Virginia P. Box 980033 Richmond, VA 23298 Tel: (804)828-8116 Fax: (804)828-8801Cri Du Chat Syndrome Support Group PO Box 3408 Norwich, NR3 3WE United Kingdom Tel: 08450942725 Fax: 01455841680 Email: [email protected] Internet: - Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group P. Box 2189 Caterham Surrey, CR3 5GN United Kingdom Tel: 4401883330766 Fax: 4401883330766 Email: [email protected]: and Rare Diseases (GARD) Information Center PO Box 8126 Gaithersburg, MD 20898-8126 Tel: (301)251-4925 Fax: (301)251-4911 Tel: (888)205-2311 TDD: (888)205-3223 Internet: Foundation PO Box 241956 Los Angeles, CA 90024 Tel: (310)264-0826 Fax: (310)264-4766 Email: [email protected]: Lip and Palate Foundation of Smiles 2044 Michael Ave SW Wyoming, MI 49509 Tel: (616)329-1335 Email: [email protected]: is an abstract of a report from the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD).

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Cri-du-chat syndrome is listed as a "rare disease" by the Office of Rare Diseases (ORD) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

This means that Cri-du-chat syndrome, or a subtype of Cri-du-chat syndrome, affects less than 200,000 people in the US population.