Turner syndrome

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Tur·ner syndrome

 (tûr′nər) also Tur·ner's syndrome (-nərz)
n.
A congenital condition of girls and women caused by complete or partial absence or deficiency of one X chromosome, characterized by short stature, a webbed neck, low-set ears, skeletal abnormalities, and infertility owing to ovarian failure.

[After Henry Hubert Turner (1892-1970), American endocrinologist.]
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Cardiovascular anomalies in children and young adults with Ullrich-Turner syndrome: the Erlangen experience.
Fernandez, "Combined trisomy 9 and Ullrich-Turner syndrome in a girl with a46,X,der(9)t(X;9)(q12;q32) karyotype," American Journal of Medical Genetics, vol.
(3.) Francois I, Proesmans W, de Zegher E Case of the month: A girl with Ullrich-Turner syndrome, nephrolithiasis and hypercalcemia.