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Turner Syndrome Information - X Chromosome Monosomy
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- Turner Syndrome Information
This portion of the eMedTV site features information on Turner syndrome, a condition that often results in short stature. This Web page explains who it affects, what causes it, how it is treated, and more.
- Turner Syndrome Physical Features
Short stature, low-set ears, and short fingers and toes are often seen in people with Turner syndrome. This eMedTV page highlights typical Turner syndrome physical features, which may also include a lack of breast development.
- X Chromosome Monosomy
As this eMedTV article explains, a woman with Turner syndrome may have X chromosome monosomy, which is when there is an absence of the X chromosome in all cells. This Web page explains X chromosome monosomy in detail.