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Donaldson, M.D., Gault, E.J., Tan, K.W. and Dunger, D.B. (2006) Optimising Management in Turner Syndrome: From Infancy to Adult Transfer. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 91, 513-520.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/adc.2003.035907

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  • TITLE: A New Case of Turner Syndrome with Early Pubertal Development

    AUTHORS: Seok Ho Yoon, Dong Jun Lee, Son Moon Shin, So Young Yoon, Sung Won Park

    KEYWORDS: Turner Syndrome, Early Pubertal Development

    JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Clinical Medicine, Vol.7 No.5, May 27, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Turner syndrome (TS) is a relatively common chromosomal disorder caused by complete or partial X monosomy. The most frequently observed karyotype, 45, X, arises more often by loss of the paternal X or Y chromosome in meiosis or in early embryogenesis than by loss of the maternal X chromosome. The main clinical features of TS are short stature, gonadal dysgenesis, and not to undergo pubertal development (e.g. primary amenorrhea). However, a few rare cases of TS have shown precocious puberty. Our case of a 9-year-old girl did not have any TS-specific clinical hallmarks, with the exception of short stature. She visited our clinic because of her pubertal development and short stature. In this report, we highlight the variability that can occur in patients with TS and emphasizes the need to carefully assess unusual growth patterns in any child, regardless of other underlying conditions.