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Why would embryos have different abnormalities than those found in the parent, but still on the same chromosomes?

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Let's say we have a male with infertility issues. Him and his wife get a Chromosomal Analysis that comes back with his wife being fine, but him having:

"balanced reciprocal translocation between chromosomes one and ten"


And the embryos from their first IVF round have the following abnormalities:



Why would the embryos have duplications and deletions on the same chromosome but at different locations than the abnormalities in the potential father?

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