Turner's syndrome


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Turner's syndrome

[′tər·nərz ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
A sex aberration in humans in which the chromosome complement includes only one sex chromosome, an X.
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This should include echocardiography and magnetic resonance imaging, looking for specific cardiac abnormalities known to affect women with Turner's syndrome.
The frequency of hypertrophic pyloric stenosis is higher in turner's syndrome.
Turner's syndrome is the result of complete or partial X chromosomal monosomy in phenotypic females and is associated with characteristic clinical features.
Indications include growth hormone deficiency, Turner's syndrome, Noonan's syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, and children born small for gestational age who fail to catch up.
Then we were told about the Turner's Syndrome which is a chromosome abnormality that only affect girls.
An XY female is phenotypically more normal that a female with Turner's syndrome (XO).
A lethal complication, acute necrotizing pancreatitis, of Turner's Syndrome with primary hyperparathyroidism.