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s indicated by the clinical features. Turner's syndrome results from complete or partial loss of one X chromosome resulting in the karyotype 45X. It is primarily characterized by h

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2013-11-16 10:40:15
following karyotype seen nineteen year old female with short stature wide spread nipples and primary amenorrhoea XX+18b XXYc XXYd Patient described inquestionmost likelycaseTurner’s syndrome indicated byclinical features Turner's syndrome results from complete partial lossone chromosome resulting inkaryotype 45X Itprimarily characterized hypogonadismphenotypic femalesReference:Robbins Pathologic BasisDisease 6th Edition Page 174-5
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