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Do you suspect someone has Klinefelter Syndrome?

What is Klinefelter Syndrome? Contents:  One child or adult.  Contains:  Have at least one extra X chromosome.  Sterility.  Small testes will produce varying amounts of insufficient testosterone.  May also contain language delay, learning disabilities, and possibly...

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  Klinefelter Syndrome Klinefelter’s Syndrome (referred to as KS) is a condition, which only occurs in males.  It is a chromosomal genetic abnormality, which affects males found in all races, ethnic groups, and socioeconomic classes.  In KS, boys have two X...

Klinefelter Syndrome Information

Information prepared by Lisa Mawhood Treatment for Klinefelter Syndrome Klinefelter Syndrome is a spontaneous genetic disorder of males caused by the attainment of an extra X chromosome at conception (genotype XXY instead of the usual XY).  It occurs in one in every...

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