Turner's syndrome

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a chromosomal disorder in females who have only one X chromosome

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Long, named one of 2017's Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT, joins a board that includes physicians, patients, and business leaders who serve the TSSUS organization and its mission of providing health-related resources to patients, families, and physicians for the diagnosis and treatment of Turner Syndrome.
As for Turner syndrome, ophthalmoscopy is recommended prior to treatment.
Ferring is a recognised specialty player in endocrinology, with a commitment to addressing the unmet medical needs of patients with childhood growth disorders including GHD and Turner Syndrome.
Ferring is a recognised speciality player in endocrinology, with a commitment to addressing the unmet medical needs of patients with childhood growth disorders including GHD and Turner Syndrome.
There are few similar reported cases of AML associated with Turner syndrome, therefore this is a unique case presented to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, Karachi, Pakistan and further research should be done to identify more similar cases to explore the prognostic significance of this association.
Turner syndrome affects about one in every 2,000 babies and only affects females.
A new set of consensus guidelines for the management of girls and women with Turner syndrome is in the works and will recommend a more conservative clinical approach, according to Nelly Mauras, MD, chief of endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism at the Nemours Children's Health System in Jacksonville, Fla.
Care of girls and women with Turner Syndrome: A guideline of the Turner Syndrome study group.
Phenotypical abnormalities suggestive of Turner syndrome included a short neck and bilateral clinodactyly of her 4th digits.
Turner Syndrome Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2015
Vivika defied the rare condition Turner Syndrome - which her parents had feared could cause learning difficulties - to become a published author and has launched a charity to help others with genetic illnesses such as cystic fibrosis.
ANALYSIS OF PERSONALITY PROFILES IN ADULT WOMEN DIAGNOSED WITH TURNER SYNDROME
For example, "there have been fatal cases of women with Turner syndrome who received donor oocytes," the disorder posing the greatest risk to women receiving donor eggs.