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Klinefelter's syndrome

[′klīn‚fel·tərz ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
A complex of symptoms associated with hypogonadism in males as an accompaniment of an anomaly of the sex chromosomes; somatic cells are found to have a Y chromosome and more than one X chromosome.
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A significant part of the group studied were relatively young men, particularly the men with Klinefelter's syndrome.
Growth and body proportions in 54 boys and men with Klinefelter's syndrome.
Patients with decreased levels of serum FSH, LH, and testosterone are likely to have hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (Sigman & Jarow, 2007), such as seen with Klinefelter's syndrome.
Twenty-seven cases were found to have 47, XXY karyotype among a total of 85 cases with azoospermia and one case of oligospermia, all of whom had been referred to the laboratory as suspected cases of Klinefelter's syndrome.
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But she said Storey suffers from a condition called Klinefelter's Syndrome and his treatment involves the administration of testosterone, which can lead to a variation of his sexuality.
Patients with high LH and FSH should be evaluated for Klinefelter's syndrome.
Potential causes include Klinefelter's syndrome and its variants; anorchia; cryptorchidism; XY gonadal dysgenesis; Noonan's syndrome; Turner's syndrome and its variants; and XX gonadal dysgenesis.
The test identified two cases of trisomy 21 and one case each of Turner's syndrome and Klinefelter's syndrome in 110 pregnancies, according to Dr.
He had Klinefelter's syndrome, born with the genetic make-up of both sexes.
Then you meet some of those who are what doctors now call 'intersexed' neither male nor female and those with the little-known Klinefelter's Syndrome who are outwardly men but inwardly women.
The author mentions four syndromes - Turner's syndrome, Klinefelter's syndrome, X double Y, and Triple X.