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This hypothesis is compelling, since it requires only one event. Our research emphasizes the need for FISH analyses, especially of interphasic nuclei, which quickly provided the right cytogenetic diagnosis of the father’s chromosomal rearrangement. Comparative genomic hybridization by way of microarray analysis would have failed to detect this balanced anomaly. Genetic compensation in the context of genomic disorders has huge scientific consequences for genetic counseling, given the 100 percent threat of unbalanced outcomes. Our case report highlights the need for performing genetic investigations in both parents of any child presenting with a genomic disorder, even if the parents have regular phenotypes.. D., Ph.D., Pascale Saugier-Veber, Pharm.D., Ph.D.D., Gabrielle Rudolf, Ph.D.D.D., Ph.D., Pierre Kuhn, M.D.S., Catherine Gilch, B.S., Evelyne Schmitt, B.S.S., Albert Schnebelen, M.D.D., Ph.D., and Elisabeth Flori, M.D.: Brief Report: Genetic Compensation in a Human being Genomic Disorder Duplications and Deletions in 22q11.2 represent canonical types of human genomic disorders, as defined by Lupski in 1998.1 Most individuals presenting with the 22q11.2 deletion syndrome , also designated the DiGeorge syndrome and the velocardiofacial syndrome , carry a hemizygous recurrent deletion of a sequence 3 Mb in length at 22q11.2.‘We are thrilled to announce this transformative mixture with Sheridan Health care,’ said Christopher A. Holden, Chief and President Executive Officer of AMSURG Corp. ‘By adding Sheridan, we will be considerably diversified and differentiated – holding leadership positions in outsourced physician services for anesthesia, children's services, emergency medicine providers and radiology while retaining our standing as a leading owner of freestanding ambulatory medical procedures centers.