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Mosaic Turner syndrome

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Mosaic Turner syndrome

Turner syndrome occurs when a female's cells have one normal X chromosome and the other sex chromosome is missing or altered. Some women with Turner syndrome have a chromosomal change in only some of their cells, which is known as chromosome mosaicism.

Definition from Genetics Home Reference, US National Library of Medicine: Turner syndrome

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