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  1. ... Differential diagnosis for more details) • Patients with secondary sexual development should be assessed for pregnancy. • Patients diagnosed with ... results, other tests are ordered. Patients with secondary sexual development should be assessed for pregnancy. A karyotype is ...
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  2. ... Differential diagnosis for more details) • Patients with secondary sexual development should be assessed for pregnancy. • Patients diagnosed with ... results, other tests are ordered. Patients with secondary sexual development should be assessed for pregnancy. A karyotype is ...
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  3. ... increased carrying angle of arms), and lack of sexual development at puberty. Signs of adrenal insufficiency such as ... increased carrying angle of arms), and lack of sexual development at puberty (Turner syndrome). DIAGNOSIS This PDF of ...
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  4. ... body hair, decreased strength). Any history indicating abnormal sexual development, including precocious puberty, should be elicited. • General past ... 47XXY). precocious puberty (uncommon) • Any history of abnormal sexual development may be related to imbalance of the testosterone- ...
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  5. ... Yu YM, Punyasavatsu N, Elder D, et al. Sexual development in a two-year-old boy induced by ... Yu YM, Punyasavatsu N, Elder D, et al. Sexual development in a two-year-old boy induced by ...
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  6. ... body hair, decreased strength). Any history indicating abnormal sexual development, including precocious puberty, should be elicited. • General past ... 47XXY). precocious puberty (uncommon) • Any history of abnormal sexual development may be related to imbalance of the testosterone- ...
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  7. ... may be associated with short stature, lack of sexual development, webbed neck, broad flat chest, ptosis, low-set ... may be associated with short stature, lack of sexual development, webbed neck, broad flat chest, ptosis, low-set ...
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  8. ... adverse effects and, in particular, to interfere with sexual development, renders its use in children undesirable. » Over-treatment ... may also be less likely to interfere with sexual development in children. Hence, it may be particularly suited ...
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  9. ... adverse effects and, in particular, to interfere with sexual development, renders its use in children undesirable. Over-treatment ... may also be less likely to interfere with sexual development in children. Hence, it may be particularly suited ...
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  10. ... results, other tests are ordered. Patients with secondary sexual development should be assessed for pregnancy. A karyotype is ... patients with primary amenorrhoea and lack of secondary sexual development or those who are diagnosed with premature ovarian ...
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