and Trisomy X are known as sex chromosome aneuploidy, or variations in the typical number of chromosomes.
1) in 1960 for the first time as a rare type of Klinefelter syndrome
(47,XXY) because of presence of one more Y chromosome compared to Klinefelter syndrome
Extragonadal germ cell tumours are often associated with Klinefelter syndrome
Ventriculomegaly found in a fetus with Klinefelter syndrome
(47,XXY) was also considered to be coincidental.
Chapter 33 gives an overview of current knowledge on Klinefelter Syndrome
as a genetic cause of infertility.
Jude Medcalf, 23, who has growth disorder Klinefelter syndrome
and will get even taller, fired a BB gun at a woman through a window and stole Christmas presents and cash from an office.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Boys with Klinefelter syndrome
felt better about themselves and had a better quality of life after 2 years of low-dose androgen therapy, in a randomized placebo-controlled trial.
This year, with its chromosome-counting test, Verinata began offering a screen for Klinefelter syndrome
, in which males have an extra X chromosome.
3) Thus, you'll need to consider congenital disorders of the testes, such as Klinefelter syndrome
, as well as hypothalamic or pituitary disease, such as Kallmann syndrome, resulting in deficient
Success of testicular sperm extraction [corrected] and intracytoplasmic sperm injection in men with Klinefelter syndrome
Postnatal screening of populations for certain sex chromosome aneuploidies, such as Turner syndrome and Klinefelter syndrome
, permits early developmental intervention and reproductive counseling (2, 3).
The first one (Figures 6 and 9) with hypertelorism, broad nose of post surgical unilateral cleft lip and palate, post surgical unilateral cheiloplasty was performed with a good IQ, but an abnormal chromosomal study was reported (Figure 7) 47XXY, which corresponds to Klinefelter syndrome
, which is the most common cause of male hypogonadism.