The purpose of this study is to reveal the effect on the clinical phenotype of variants detected at family examination of a case of combined pogo transposable element derived with zinc finger domain (POGZ) gene, tubulin folding cofactor E (TBCE) gene, and short stature homeobox (SHOX) gene variation. A Turkish non-consanguineous family consisting of five members was investigated. Whole exome sequence analysis and chromosomal microarray analysis (CMA) were performed for a 2-year-old male patient (the proband) with global developmental delay, hypotonia, dysmorphia, and hot water epilepsy. Targeted sequence and chromosomal microarray analyses were performed for each family member. A heterozygous c.3908_3911delTCTG/p.V1303fs*6 variant was detected in the POGZ gene and a heterozygous c.626 T > G(p.L209X) variant in the TBCE gene in the proband. In addition, a gain of 0.1 MB was detected in the Xp22.33(602488-733497) × 3/Yp11.32(552488-683497) × 3 region at CMA. The SHOX (312865) gene defined in Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man is located in this region. While the proband’s father and brother had heterozygous variations only in the TBCE gene, neither TBCE nor POGZ mutations were detected in the mother or sister. A gain in Xp22.33(419224-883640) × 3 was detected in the mother at CMA. Except for short stature and Madelung deformity, no phenotypical findings were detected in the mother. Other family members were also phenotypically normal. The family screening confirmed that dysmorphic findings and global developmental delay in the proband resulted from the variation in the POGZ gene, while short stature was caused by the gain in the Xp22.33(602488-733497) × 3/Yp11.32(552488-683497) × 3 region. In addition, the pathogenic POGZ gene variation in our patient may be a possible cause of hot water epilepsy. Heterozygous variation in the TBCE gene was clinically insignificant. Hot water epilepsy has not previously been reported in the rare patients with POGZ gene mutation. Additionally, in contrast to the previous literature, the proband exhibited no features of autism. It should also be remembered that posterior fossa abnormalities are frequently seen in these patients. We think that this case and family review involving POGZ and SHOX gene mutations will make a useful contribution to the existing literature.