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Korean Journal of Fertility and Sterility 1985;12(1):99-108.
A Cytogenetic Study of 82 Korean Patient with Turner's Syndrome
Shin-Yong Moon1, Young-Hoon Jung1, Sang-Heon Cha1, Tae-Dong Park1, Jin-Yong Lee1, Yoon-Seok Chang1, Jeong-Ja Song2, Gyu-Wan Choe3
1Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, College of Medicine, Seoul National University
2Internal Medicine and Institute of Reproductive Medicine and Population, Seoul National University
3Internal College of Medicine, Seoul National University
한국인(韓國人) Turner 증후군(症候群)의 세포유전학적(細胞遺傳學的) 연구(硏究)
문신용1, 정영훈1, 차상헌1, 박태동1, 이진용1, 장윤석1, 송정자2, 최규완3
1서울대학교의과대학 산부인과학교실
2서울대학교 인구의학연구소 세포유전학 연구소
3서울대학교 의과대학 내과학교실
The purpose of this study is to investigate .the cytogenetic characteristics of the Turner's syndrome in Korea. For this study selected were eighty-two patients with Turner's syndrome, who were diagnosed by the chromosomal analyses of the cultured peripheral blood lymphocytes, at the Cytogenetic Laboratory, Institute of Reproductive Medicine and Population, College of Medicine, Seoul National University, for the period of 11 years and 6 months from May 1971 through November 1982. Among the 82 patients with Turner's syndrome, 21 (25.6%) had 45,X karyotype, 57 (69.4%) had mosaicism of 45,X/46,XX (39), 45, X/46, XX/47, XXX (9), 45, X/47, XXX (5), 45, X/46, XY (4). Remaining 4 patients had 46, $XX_{p-}$, 46, $XX_{q-}$and 46,X,i($X_q$), respectively.


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