Sex chromosome anomalies
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Sex chromosome anomalies belong to a group of genetic conditions that are caused or affected by the loss, damage or addition of one or both sex chromosomes (also called gonosomes).
In humans this may refer to:
- 45, X, also known as Turner syndrome
- 45,X/46,XY mosaicism
- 46, XX/XY
- 47, XXX, also known as Triple X syndrome and trisomy X
- 47, XXY, also known as Klinefelter syndrome
- 47, XYY, has normal phenotype
- 48, XXXX
- 48, XXXY
- 48, XXYY
- 49, XXXXY
- 49, XXXXX
- XX gonadal dysgenesis
- XY gonadal dysgenesis
- XX male syndrome
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