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X chromosome deletion syndromes

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What is the technical name for this medical condition?

of the x chromosomes is damaged. This not only prevents child bearing but also stunts growth slightly. Is anyone aware of the name of this condition? It could possibly be a syndrome or disease, i am not sure. I ...
 

Have gonadal dysgenesis. Taking hormone replacement treatment. Endocrinologist or gynecologist required?

I don t have any indication of turners syndrome, but a few of my x chromosome have been altered. I began puberty pretty early, but never continued after I turned 11. I found out that I had gonadel ...
 

Child not having sufficient growth, chromosome analysis done. Can online doctor help?

karyotype with two cell lines, one with one X Chromosomes found in 60 % of cells and a second cell line with two X chromosomes found in 40% of cells. Can my child get more height?, if yes How much ? ...
 

Mild renal pelvic dilation during pregnancy. Have hereditary elliptocytosis. Chances of the baby having this disease?

are elliptical. My research suggests that this is carried on the X chromosome and thus I may have passed ...
 

What are the chances of pregnancy?

. The remains of the fetus were sent for testing and it was learnt that the X chromosome was missing in each ...
 

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hi. i ve taken plan b last sunday, a few days after my periods and within 24hours of having unprotected sex. since then, i ve been spotting and having light to regular flow bleeding on intermittent basis. bright red, mostly, but this morning there...
 

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What is meaning of deletions and mutations of pms2?

have not been asscoiated with know syndromes or diseases what does all that mean and rembering he has ...
 

Infant having micro or partial deletion of chromosome. Treatment?

My granddaughter is 11 months old. We have just been told she has a micro or partial deletion ... to have equal symptoms of prader willi and angelman syndromes. It will be several months before more ...
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Had missed abortion due to missing X chromosome, undergone D&C. Unable to conceive

Hi, I had a missed abortion in the month of XXXXXXX 2012 and had to undergo D &C. The reason was X chromosome missing. Since may 2012 we having been trying for a baby but no success as yet. Please guide ...
 

Is penis size genetically determined?

In humans, the AR gene located on the X chromosome at Xq11-12 which may determine the penis size and as i know that x chromosome is always dominated by mother side hence it proved that penis size usually comes ...
 

Does phalloplasty surgery help in increasing the size of penis?

. There is also In humans, the AR gene located on the X chromosome at Xq11-12 which may determine the penis size and as i know that x chromosome is always dominated by mother side hence it proved that penis size usually ...
 

Chromosome 15q,partial deletion,growth issues

my son has Chromosome 15q, partial deletion who is 6 yearsold now but i dont think he has pws but has grow issues and is behind in school what kind of life can i expect for him ...
 

What does partial chromosomal deletion of long arm of chromosome mean?

my daughter has been diagnosed as having partial chromosomal deletion of long arm of chromosome 19 - 19q.13.12. also global developmental delay - what does this mean ...
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