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axillary and pubic hair absent

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related types of physicians - genetics specialist, general practitioner, internist
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia - inherited deficiency of adrenal hormones
a.k.a CAH
'congenital adrenal hyperplasia' is considered a medical emergency
Turner's Syndrome - chromosomal condition causing underdevelopment of female sex characteristics
a.k.a Turner syndrome, Ullrich-Turner syndrome
Cystinosis - accumulation of type of aminoacid in body tissues
Partial deletions of X chromosome - absence of part of X chromosome
Ataxia-telangiectasia - progressive neurological disorder with small dilated blood vessels on skin
a.k.a AT, Boder-Sedgwick syndrome, Louis-Bar syndrome

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