Turner Syndrome Disease

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About 10% of all miscarriages have this disease to blame. Turner syndrome happens when a female’s X chromosome has both X’s in one cell, but not others (called Mosaic Turner Syndrome), or entirely missing (called Monosomy). It can also happen when instead of two X chromosomes, there’s one X and a small part of a Y chromosome. The girl will still develop as a female, however. All of these forms of Turner Syndrome can result in physical problems like heart or kidney defects, a shorter than normal stature, a failure to start puberty, and infertility, and mental problems like learning disabilities and social adjustment problems, to name just a few symptoms. There are possible ways to diagnose, and then treat this disease. A test called an amniocentesis
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