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A patient presents with tall stature, poorly developed secondary sexual characteristics, atropic testes and infertility:
Klinefelter syndrome (47, XXY)
Patient presents with short stature, webbed neck, shielded chest and "streaked" ovaries". They do not develop 2ndary sexual chacteristics. They have:
Turner Syndrome (45, XO)
Patient presents with amenorrhea, hirsutism and virilization are also susceptible to what electrolyte imbalances?
Hyponatremia & Hyperkalemia. 21 hydroxylase deficiency.
What karotype is not associated with amenorrhea and may only have slightly decreased IQ scores?
Diminished synthesis of gonadotropic hormones by the anterior pituitary gland resulting in primary amenorrhea and absent secondary sexual characteristics also comes with?
Anosmia (olfactory sensory defect) - Kallman syndrome
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