Trisomy 14 mosaicism produces a distinct phenotype. Among the 13 reported and 2 additional patients, the following findings were present in more than 90%: growth retardation (15/15), psychomotor retardation (10/10), broad nose (13/14), "dysplastic" and/or apparently low-set ears (15/15), micrognathia (15/15), short neck (11/12), congenital heart disease (14/15), and micropenis and cryptorchidism (6/6). Other frequent findings were prominent forehead (12/14), hypertelorism (8/13), narrow palpebral fissure (7/9), large mouth (10/14), cleft or highly arched palate (10/14), body asymmetry (8/12), and abnormal skin pigmentation (6/10). Sex ratio was 6M:9F. Four patients died before age 4 months, while at least 2 patients survived through teens. One boy died at age 3 years following cardiac surgery. One girl with tetralogy of Fallot showed a remarkable improvement in health after Blalock-Taussig procedure. Although the surviving patients showed moderate growth and mental retardation, the oldest surviving woman at 29 years demonstrates functional language and appropriate self help skills.