Triploid syndrome is an extremely rare chromosomal disorder. Individuals with triploid syndrome have three of every chromosome for a total of sixty-nine rather than the normal forty-six chromosomes.
Fetuses with triploid syndrome usually are lost through early miscarriage. However, some infants have been born and survived as long as 10.5 months. Affected infants are usually small and have multiple birth defects. Those that survive are usually mosaic, meaning that some cells have the normal number of 46 chromosomes and some cells have 69. There are some cases of Mosaic Triploidy that are in their 30s. There are only around 60 recorded cases ever in the world.
Also known as
- 2n/3n Mixoploidy
- 3n Syndrome
- Chromosome Triploidy Syndrome
- Diploid/Triploid Mixoploidy
- Triploidy
- Triploidy Syndrome