gonadal dysgenesis


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Related to gonadal dysgenesis: gonadal agenesis, Swyer syndrome, XY gonadal dysgenesis

gonadal dysgenesis

[gō′nad·əl dis′jen·ə·səs]
(medicine)
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These disorders can result from gonadal dysgenesis due to mutations in one of the several genes that are involved in testicular development11.
1) However, the most consistent findings with this syndrome are short stature and gonadal dysgenesis.
Among DGD cases, partial gonadal dysgenesis was the most frequent, followed by mixed gonadal dysgenesis and ovotesticular DSD.
Other Conditions Associated with Gonadal Dysgenesis Ovotesticular DSD Formerly "true May present as hermaphroditism.
The other form of gonadal dysgenesis occurs in which an entire chromosome is missing; the most common is Turner's syndrome.
Gonadal dysgenesis and abnormalities of human sex chromosomes: current status of phenotypic-karyotypic correlations.
Pure, or complete, gonadal dysgenesis and mixed gonadal dysgenesis are among the most frequently occurring of these disorders.
However, Mullarian agenesis is the second commonest cause of primary amenorrhoea after gonadal dysgenesis, accounting for about 15% of cases.
Children having Gonadal dysgenesis (GD) responding to androgen therapy were also advised male gender.
This "endowment" could include recognized medical disorders such as Marfan Syndrome, which augments height, or gonadal dysgenesis or Turner Syndrome, both of which cause shortness and delay maturation.
laevis exposed to low levels of ATZ under laboratory conditions suffered gonadal dysgenesis (Hayes et al.