Ullrich-Turner syndrome in monozygotic twins

American Journal of Medical Genetics
S A Al-AwadiA H Bahig

Abstract

We report on the Ullrich-Turner syndrome in monozygotic twin sisters. The first twin had the syndrome with a 45,X chromosome constitution. The second twin had only minor manifestations of the syndrome with 46,XX/45,X mosaicism. The literature on the Ullrich-Turner syndrome in twins is reviewed.

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Oct 1, 1991·American Journal of Medical Genetics·P B KaplowitzJ E Spence

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