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Turner's syndrome in adulthood.

Abstract:

Turner's syndrome is the most common chromosomal abnormality in females, affecting 1:2,500 live female births. It is a result of absence of an X chromosome or the presence of a structurally abnormal X chromosome. Its most consistent clinical features are short stature and ovarian failure. However, it is becoming increasingly evident that adults with Turner's syndrome are also susceptible to a range of disorders, including osteoporosis, hypothyroidism, and renal and gastrointestinal disease. W...

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10.1210/er.23.1.120

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Journal:
Endocrine reviews
Volume:
23
Issue:
1
Pages:
120-140
Publication date:
2002-02-05
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EISSN:
1945-7189
ISSN:
0163-769X
URN:
uuid:45ba4f00-4606-40e8-9716-decc88035c47
Source identifiers:
28593
Local pid:
pubs:28593

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