Turner's syndrome in the male with chromosomal mosaicism
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A chromosomal mosaic XO/XY (+estra chromosome) with unequal distribution of the cells lines in blood cells and in fibroblasts is described in a boy with typical traits of Turner's syndrome.
KeywordsInternal Medicine Blood Cell Metabolic Disease Unequal Distribution Typical Trait
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