De La Chapelle Syndrome
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- Clinical, Endocrinological, and Epigenetic Features of the 46,XX
- Jun 19, 2007 growth-related gene is discussed. (J Clin Endocrinol Metab 92: 3458–3465, 2007 ).
- Familial XX true hermaphroditism and the H-Y antigen
- In man, a similar mutation inherited as an autosomal recessive trait gives rise to the familial occurrence of the XX male syndrome (de la Chapelle et al., 1977).
- Testicular sperm recovery in nine 47,XXY Klinefelter patients
- with Klinefelter's syndrome (de la Chapelle et al, 1964;. Turner et al, 1995). The incidence of 47.
- Inheritance of Cancer
- sis colon cancer or Lynch syndrome (de la Chapelle,. 2004).
- ment of 46,XX have been reported (de la Chapelle et al. 1964, 1971
- syndrome is suggested. Phenotypical males with bilateral testes and the female chromosomal comple¬ ment of 46,XX have been reported (de la Chapelle et al.
Suggested News Resources
- Miss Universe Disqualifies Transgender Contestant
- How about people born with swyer's syndrome (XX males) or de la Chapelle's syndrome (XY females.) How about people born with CAIS who are XY, but in every other way female? You are clueless.
Suggested Web Resources
- XX male syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- XX male syndrome (also called de la Chapelle syndrome, for a researcher who characterized it in 1972) is a rare sex chromosomal disorder.
- XX male syndrome definition - Medical Dictionary definitions of
- Nov 1, 2003 The XX male syndrome is also called de la Chapelle syndrome after the Finnish physician Albert de la Chapelle who first described it.
- [De La Chapelle syndrome].
- Mar 3, 2001 OBJECTIVE: The De La Chapelle syndrome (XX male) is a peripheral hypogonadism concerning males with 46,XX karyotype.
- De la Chapelle syndrome - T-Vox
- Feb 15, 2006 XX male syndrome (also called de la Chapelle syndrome) is a rare sex chromosomal disorder in man.
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