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Related to gonadal dysgenesis: gonadal agenesis, Swyer syndrome, XY gonadal dysgenesis
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infertility between hybrids

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The other form of gonadal dysgenesis occurs in which an entire chromosome is missing; the most common is Turner's syndrome.
Most of the secondary sexual characteristics do not develop, and menses are absent in the majority of phenotypically female patients with pure gonadal dysgenesis.
GONADAL DYSGENESIS IN PATIENTS WITH DISORDERS OF SEX DEVELOPMENT AND FEMALE PHENOTYPE
Incomplete or defective gonadal formation, resulting from a disturbed migration process or improper organization of germ cells in the fetal gonadal ridge, is referred to as gonadal dysgenesis.
Turner syndrome is a hereditary chromosomal anomaly that leads to gonadal dysgenesis in females.
Sohval in 1963 first described mixed gonadal dysgenesis (MGD).
2002, 2003) associated hermaphrodism and gonadal dysgenesis in amphibians with very low aquatic concentrations of atrazine (0.
30) E1-Shanti et al found a new syndrome in 5 patients from two separate families who had laryngomalacia, XY gonadal dysgenesis, and alopecia universalis congenita.
Dysgenetic male pseudohermaphroditism (DMP) is a sexual differentiation disorder diagnosed on the basis of morphologic features in patients with evidence of gonadal dysgenesis.
There was no evidence of underlying mixed gonadal dysgenesis.
Furthermore, we observed gonadal dysgenesis and hermaphroditism in animals collected from atrazine-contaminated sites across the United States.