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Klinefeldt syndrome

Congenital seminiferous tubule hypoplasia syndrome, also known as Klinefelter syndrome, is a common genetic disease with sex chromosome aberration. The disease is characterized by a quasi testicular figure, male breast development, small testicles, azoospermia and increased gonadotropin in urine. The sex chromosome of patients with this disease is 47, XXY, that is, one more X chromosome than normal men. Therefore, this disease is also called 47, XXY syndrome.

Symptoms

Empty sella syndrome

mycobacterium kansasii infection

Anti activated protein C syndrome

Lipidosis

mycobacterium ulcerans infection

Cough asthma

senile dementia

Lewy body dementia

Intercostal neuralgia

Skull base depression

cerebral venous sinus thrombosis

Lupus nephritis

influenza

lymphoma

Geriatric disease

Senile vaginitis

Piriformis syndrome

Epidemic hemorrhagic fever

Senile pneumonia

Lyme carditis

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