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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Periodontal health in 45, X women (Turner's syndrome).
Gotic, "Cytogenetic findings in Serbian patients with Turner's syndrome stigmata," Genetics and Molecular Research, vol.
1997, Spontaneous pubertal development in Turner's syndrome. Italian Study Group for Turner's Syndrome.
Aortic tissues from patients with SAH, MV, M, Turner's syndrome, and TA showed significantly increased LPO (P [less than or equal to] 0.05), when compared to C subjects (Figure 1).
This should include echocardiography and magnetic resonance imaging, looking for specific cardiac abnormalities known to affect women with Turner's syndrome.
Turner's syndrome is one of the most common of all chromosomal abnormalities, affecting 1 in 2000 live female births.1 Turner's syndrome is best known for XO Karyotype, more accurately described as 45 X.2
Turner's syndrome is the result of complete or partial X chromosomal monosomy in phenotypic females and is associated with characteristic clinical features.
Effects of Estrogen on Nonverbal Processing Speed and Motor Function in Girls with Turner's Syndrome. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
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.
She was also suffering from a rare genetic condition called Mosaic Turner's Syndrome. It can cause restricted height, a thickened neck and eye problems.
When she gave birth, the child was found to have Turner's syndrome. She brought a claim against the Polish government that the doctors' refusal to perform prenatal genetic testing was a violation of her rights under the ECHR.