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The turner phenotype and the different types of human X isochromsome

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Eleven patients were clinically studied, nine with a idic(X)(p11) karyotype, one with a idic(X)(p22) and one with a i(Xq) karyotype. The clinical findings in these patients were compared with the clinical sings of similar cases found in the literature. The relationship between these karyotypes and the Turner phenotype is discussed.

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Otto, P.G., Vianna-Morgante, A.M., Otto, P.A. et al. The turner phenotype and the different types of human X isochromsome. Hum Genet 57, 159–164 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00282013

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Keywords

  • Internal Medicine
  • Metabolic Disease
  • Clinical Finding
  • Similar Case
  • Turner Phenotype