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Patient Question: How to Diagnose 46,xx gonadal dysgenesis epibulbar dermoid?

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Diagnose:

Since the streak gonads are unable to develop the hormones estrogen and androgen, it often follows that at puberty, developments are hampered. With the absence of these hormones, the sexual characteristics that are supposed to appear during puberty do now show up such as the development of female breasts, growth of pubic hair, widening of the hips and pelvis, and the occurrence of menstruation. Most medical imaging would not be able to show the gonads that cause the problem but would show, instead, the presence of a uterus without the ovaries...Read about:

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Patient Question: How to Diagnose 47 XXY Syndrome?

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Diagnose:

To confirm diagnoses of XXY syndrome, karyotypes are often used. This means that blood sample is drawn from the patient (only a small quantity is taken) then the white blood corpuscles are separated. These white blood particles are then mixed with tissue culture medium. The next step is to incubate the mixture and then to observe for an extra X chromosome...Read about:

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Patient Question: How to Diagnose 48,XXYY Syndrome?

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Diagnose:

Karyotyping is necessary to be able to diagnose xxyy. Karyotyping is done by drawing some blood and studying the blood sample to see if xxyy is present on the boy's chromosomal structure. This is the only known test that can reveal xxyy syndrome...Read about:

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Patient Question: How to Diagnose Aase Syndrome?

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Diagnose:

The disease can be diagnosed by genetic testing...Read about:

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Patient Question: How to Diagnose Abdominal Cystic Lymphangioma?

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Diagnose:

Diagnosis of abdominal cystic lymphangioma can be made with the use of ultrasonography. The more severe cases which involve intrasystic hemorrhaging are harder to diagnose. When this case presents itself, it is best to opt for celioscopy and computed tomography. It is believed that through the use of these two other techniques, a more precise analysis can be made. Once a diagnosis has been made, proper treatments follow...Read about:

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