ea0035p290 | Clinical case reports Thyroid/Others | ECE2014
, Azzoug Said
, Rabehi Leila
, Chentli Farida
Klinefelters syndrome (KS) is the most frequent form of sex chromosome aneuploidy. The classic form of KS is associated with a 47,XXY karyotype. Mosaic forms of KS are thought to occur in approximately 10% mainly in the form of 46,XX/47,XXY. Other forms of mosaicism are rare among which the 46,XX/47,XXY form is very rare and can manifest as an ambiguous genitalia at birth as reported in our case.A full term child presented at birth an hypospadias w...